Śrīpāṭa of Ṭhākura Abhirāma’s disciple Yādavendra Paṇḍita
Pātunagrāma is situated in the district of Bardhamān. It is located at a distance of one and half kilometers west of Denūḍa, the Śrīpāṭa of Vṛndāvana Dāsa Ṭhākura. For road directions, Śrīpāṭa Denūḍa can be referred.
This place is the Śrīpāṭa of Ṭhākura Abhirāma’s disciple Yādavendra Paṇḍita or Śrī Vidura. Presently Śrī Rādhā-Govinda are worshiped here. The festival is celebrated on the ninth and tenth day of the waxing moon in the month of Kārtika (October-November). There is a place of Tapasyā (Severe austerity and penances) of Patañjala Ṛṣi at the road side of this village. Following the name of this Ṛṣi, the village is named as Pātuna. A large Kṣīri tree is worth seeing here. There are ten Avatāras carved in a piece of stone and they are not very prominent. Besides all these, there are many Śivaliṅga and Śiva temples here.