Saiyadābāda is situated in the district of Murshidābād. One can come to Kāśimbāzār station near the district town Baharampur. From there, at a distance of one and half kilometers west, one can come to this Śrīpāṭa by rickshaw-van. It is located on the bank of the Ganges at Mohanrāya road of Saiyadābāda. Presently this locality is named as Mohanrāya Pāḍā, following the name of the Deity, Mohanrāya.
The King of Manipura had built this temple in the year 1241 Baṅgābda. Now this temple is in a decaying condition. It needs to be renovated immediately. Saiyadābāda is located in the north of a congested area called Khāgḍā and on the eastern bank of the Ganges.
The Deity Śrī Mohanrāya of Rāmakṛṣṇa Ācārya, who is a disciple of Śrīla Narottama Dāsa Ṭhākura, is worshiped here. Śrīla Visvanātha Cakravartī Ṭhākura lived here for many days with his spiritual master Śrī Rāmacaraṇa Cakravartī.
There is a bhajana compiled by Śrīla Visvanātha Cakravartī Ṭhākura at the end of the note (Ṭīkā) in the book Alaṅkāra written by Kavi Karṇapura-
“saidayābāda vāsī śrī visvanāthakṣa-saramānā
cakravartī nāmnena kṛtā ṭīkā śubhadini”
In this way, the Deity Mohanrāya staying over at this Mohanarāya Pāḍā is still carrying the cultural heritage of the past.