East Bengal (Bangladesh)...
Neelkanth then traveled across East Bengal (today's Bangladesh). In Sirpur, Neelkanth met King Siddhavallabh (and was served by Gopaldas), revealing to the king the nature of negative ascetics. Neelkanth left there after Diwali in 1796.
In Assam, Neelkanth arrived at the Kamakshi Devi temple. Here, Neelkanth was confronted by Pibek, who terrorized the townspeople. (Pibek was once a pious Brahmin but was misled into a life of evil practices and black magic.) Pibek's own evil powers turned agasint him, and he finally surrendered to Neelkanth. After 1 month, Neelkanth headed south towards the spiritual Navlakh Mountain.
Neelkanth reached the Navlakh Mountain on January 13, 1797 (Poshi Poonam). At the Navlakh Mountain, Neelkanth satisfied yogis waiting for liberation (navalakha literally means nine hundred thousand, referring to the large number of yogis performing penance).
Neelkanth also stopped at Gangasagar and then stayed at Kapil Muni's aashrama at Sundarvan for 1 month.