Bathing there at the Nagatirtha one obtaineth, O king, the merit of giving away a thousand Kapila kine.
Kapila was the first to declare the divine a human and invalid conjecture.
Bathing there and worshipping one's own Pitris and the gods, a man earneth the fruit of the gift of a thousand Kapila kine.
That is Kapilavastu, the substance of Kapila, where the Buddha was born.
I can't find amongst the numerous Buddhists here, one who knows anything about "Kapila vasta," which you place near to Lucknow.
It agrees with Kapila in making all souls eternal, and distinct from body.
Therefore, should one give away a Kapila cow decked with ornaments unto Brahmanas.
Leading a Brahmacharya mode of life and with concentrated soul, one should proceed next to the tirtha called Kapila.
Whether Kapila's philosophy was really in accordance with the spirit of the Veda, is quite a different question.
And they saw the magnanimous Kapila, who looked like a perfect mass of splendour.