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Uchahatta is also called Hatta Dangagram. It is Kuruksetra within Brahma-varta. On one side is the river Saraswati, and on the other side is the river Drsavati. Lord Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, along with His associates, would come here after passing through Brahma-Push-kara while performing kirtana. At this place all the demigods assemble and engage themselves in chanting loudly the names of Mahaprabhu. They chant "Nimai! Visvambhara! Gaura! Gaurasundara! Gauranga! Gaurahari! Saci-nandana! Chaitanya! Chaitanya Mahaprabhu! Shri Krishna Chaitanya! Shri Krishna Chaitanya Mahaprabhu!" They also recite His pastimes.This place is therefore known as Uchahatta. Ucha means loud and hatta means assembly. Or it is also called Hatta Danga, the place of the assembly of the demigods. Uchahatta is non-different from Kuruksetra, and all the demigods reside here always and engage fully in Gaura bhajan. Gaura Premanandi!