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Antya 6: The Meeting of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Raghunatha dasa
Gosvami
Chapter 6:
The Meeting of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Raghunatha dasa Gosvami
A summary of this chapter is given by Bhaktivinoda Thakura in his Amrta-
pravaha-bhasya as follows. When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu went into
transcendental fits of ecstatic love, Ramananda Raya and Svarupa
Damodara Gosvami attended to Him and satisfied Him as He desired.
Raghunatha dasa Gosvami had been attempting to come to the lotus feet of
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu for a long time, and finally he left his home
and met the Lord. When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu had gone to Santipura on
His way to Vrndavana, Raghunatha dasa Gosvami had offered to dedicate
his life at the Lord's lotus feet. In the meantime, however, a Muslim
official became envious of Hiranya dasa, Raghunatha dasa Gosvami's uncle,
and induced some big official court minister to have him arrested. Thus
Hiranya dasa left his home, but by the intelligence of Raghunatha dasa
the misunderstanding was mitigated. Then Raghunatha dasa went to
Panihati, and following the order of Nityananda Prabhu, he observed a
festival (cida-dadhi-mahotsava) by distributing chipped rice mixed with
yogurt. The day after the festival, Nityananda Prabhu gave Raghunatha
dasa the blessing that he would very soon attain the shelter of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu. After this incident, Raghunatha dasa, with the help
of his priest, whose name was Yadunandana Acarya, got out of his house
by trickery and thus ran away. Not touching the general path, Raghunatha
dasa Gosvami secretly went to Jagannatha Puri. After twelve days, he
arrived in Jagannatha Puri at the lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu entrusted Raghunatha dasa Gosvami to Svarupa
Damodara Gosvami. Therefore another name for Raghunatha dasa Gosvami is
Svarupera Raghu, or the Raghunatha of Svarupa Damodara. For five days
Raghunatha dasa Gosvami took prasadam at the temple, but later he would
stand at the Simha-dvara gate and eat only whatever he could gather by
alms. Later he lived by taking alms from various chatras, or food
distributing centers. When Raghunatha's father received news of this, he
sent some men and money, but Raghunatha dasa Gosvami refused to accept
the money. Understanding that Raghunatha dasa Gosvami was living by
begging from the chatras, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu presented him with His
own gunja-mala and a stone from Govardhana Hill. Thereafter, Raghunatha
dasa Gosvami used to eat rejected food that he had collected and washed.
This renounced life greatly pleased both Svarupa Damodara Gosvami and
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. One day Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu took by force
some of the same food, thus blessing Raghunatha dasa Gosvami for his
renunciation.
Antya 6.1
TEXT 1
TEXT
krpa-gunair yah kugrhandha-kupad
uddhrtya bhangya raghunatha-dasam
nyasya svarupe vidadhe ‘ntar-angam
sri-krsna-caitanyam amum prapadye
SYNONYMS
krpa-gunaih -- by the ropes of causeless mercy; yah -- who; ku-grha --
of contemptible family life; andha-kupat -- from the blind well;
uddhrtya -- having raised; bhangya -- by a trick; raghunatha-dasam --
Raghunatha dasa Gosvami; nyasya -- giving over; svarupe -- to Svarupa
Damodara Gosvami; vidadhe -- made; antah-angam -- one of His personal
associates; sri-krsna-caitanyam -- unto Lord Sri Krsna Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; amum -- unto Him; prapadye -- I offer my obeisances.
TRANSLATION
With the ropes of His causeless mercy, Sri Krsna Caitanya Mahaprabhu
employed a trick to deliver Raghunatha dasa Gosvami from the blind well
of contemptible family life. He made Raghunatha dasa Gosvami one of His
personal associates, placing him under the charge of Svarupa Damodara
Gosvami. I offer my obeisances unto Him.
Antya 6.2
TEXT 2
TEXT
jaya jaya sri-caitanya jaya nityananda
jayadvaita-candra jaya gaura-bhakta-vrnda
SYNONYMS
jaya jaya -- all glories; sri-caitanya -- to Lord Caitanya; jaya -- all
glories; nityananda -- to Lord Nityananda; jaya -- all glories; advaita-
candra -- to Advaita Acarya; jaya -- all glories; gaura-bhakta-vrnda --
to the devotees of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
All glories to Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu! All glories to Lord Nityananda!
All glories to Sri Advaita Acarya! And all glories to all the devotees
of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu!
Antya 6.3
TEXT 3
TEXT
ei-mata gauracandra bhakta-gana-sange
nilacale nana lila kare nana-range
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; gauracandra -- Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu;
bhakta-gana-sange -- with His associates; nilacale -- at Nilacala (
Jagannatha Puri); nana -- various; lila -- pastimes; kare -- performs;
nana-range -- in varieties of transcendental pleasure.
TRANSLATION
Thus Lord Gauracandra performed various pastimes with His associates at
Jagannatha Puri in varieties of transcendental pleasure.
Antya 6.4
TEXT 4
TEXT
yadyapi antare krsna-viyoga badhaye
bahire na prakasaya bhakta-duhkha-bhaye
SYNONYMS
yadyapi -- although; antare -- within the heart; krsna-viyoga --
separation from Krsna; badhaye -- obstructs; bahire -- externally; na
prakasaya -- does not exhibit; bhakta-duhkha-bhaye -- fearing the
unhappiness of the devotees.
TRANSLATION
Although Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu felt pangs of separation from Krsna, He
did not manifest His feelings externally, for He feared the unhappiness
of His devotees.
Antya 6.5
TEXT 5
TEXT
utkata viraha-duhkha yabe bahiraya
tabe ye vaikalya prabhura varnana na yaya
SYNONYMS
utkata -- severe; viraha-duhkha -- unhappiness of separation; yabe --
when; bahiraya -- is manifested; tabe -- at that time; ye -- what;
vaikalya -- transformations; prabhura -- of the Lord; varnana na yaya --
cannot be described.
TRANSLATION
The transformations undergone by the Lord when He manifested severe
unhappiness due to separation from Krsna cannot be described.
Antya 6.6
TEXT 6
TEXT
ramanandera krsna-katha, svarupera gana
viraha-vedanaya prabhura rakhaye parana
SYNONYMS
ramanandera -- of Ramananda Raya; krsna-katha -- talks of Lord Krsna;
svarupera gana -- the songs of Svarupa Damodara; viraha-vedanaya -- at
the time of pangs of separation; prabhura -- of Lord Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; rakhaye -- keep; parana -- the life.
TRANSLATION
When the Lord acutely felt pangs of separation from Krsna, only Sri
Ramananda Raya's talks about Krsna and the sweet songs of Svarupa
Damodara kept Him alive.
Antya 6.7
TEXT 7
TEXT
dine prabhu nana-sange haya anya mana
ratri-kale bade prabhura viraha-vedana
SYNONYMS
dine -- during the daytime; prabhu -- Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; nana-
sange -- by various associations; haya -- becomes; anya -- diverted;
mana -- His mind; ratri-kale -- at night; bade -- increase; prabhura --
of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; viraha-vedana -- pangs of separation.
TRANSLATION
Because the Lord associated with various devotees during the day, His
mind was somewhat diverted, but at night the pangs of separation from
Krsna increased very rapidly.
Antya 6.8
TEXT 8
TEXT
tanra sukha-hetu sange rahe dui jana
krsna-rasa-sloka-gite karena santvana
SYNONYMS
tanra sukha-hetu -- for His happiness; sange -- in His association; rahe
-- remain; dui jana -- two personalities; krsna-rasa -- of the
transcendental mellows of Krsna; sloka -- verses; gite -- by songs;
karena santvana -- they pacified.
TRANSLATION
Two people -- Ramananda Raya and Svarupa Damodara Gosvami -- stayed with
the Lord to pacify Him by reciting various verses about Krsna's pastimes
and by singing appropriate songs for His satisfaction.
Antya 6.9
TEXT 9
TEXT
subala yaiche purve krsna-sukhera sahaya
gaura-sukha-dana-hetu taiche rama-raya
SYNONYMS
subala -- Subala, one of the cowherd boyfriends of Krsna; yaiche -- just
as; purve -- previously; krsna-sukhera -- to give happiness to Krsna;
sahaya -- helper; gaura-sukha-dana-hetu -- for giving happiness to Lord
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; taiche -- similarly; rama-raya -- Ramananda
Raya.
TRANSLATION
Previously, when Lord Krsna was personally present, Subala, one of His
cowherd boyfriends, gave Him happiness when He felt separation from
Radharani. Similarly, Ramananda Raya helped give happiness to Lord Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.10
TEXT 10
TEXT
purve yaiche radhara lalita sahaya-pradhana
taiche svarupa-gosani rakhe mahaprabhura prana
SYNONYMS
purve -- previously; yaiche -- just as; radhara -- of Srimati Radharani;
lalita -- Her companion named Lalita; sahaya-pradhana -- the best helper;
taiche -- similarly; svarupa-gosani -- Svarupa Damodara Gosvami; rakhe -
- keeps; mahaprabhura prana -- the life of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
Previously, when Srimati Radharani felt the pangs of separation from
Krsna, Her constant companion Lalita kept Her alive by helping Her in
many ways. Similarly, when Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu felt Radharani's
emotions, Svarupa Damodara Gosvami helped Him maintain His life.
Antya 6.11
TEXT 11
TEXT
ei dui janara saubhagya kahana na yaya
prabhura ‘antaranga' bali' yanre loke gaya
SYNONYMS
ei dui janara -- of these two personalities; saubhagya -- fortune;
kahana na yaya -- cannot be described; prabhura -- of Lord Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; antaranga -- very intimate and confidential associates; bali'
-- as; yanre -- whom; loke -- people; gaya -- say.
TRANSLATION
To describe the fortunate position of Ramananda Raya and Svarupa
Damodara Gosvami is extremely difficult. They were renowned as
intimately confidential friends of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.12
TEXT 12
TEXT
ei-mata vihare gaura lana bhakta-gana
raghunatha-milana ebe suna, bhakta-gana
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; vihare -- enjoys; gaura -- Lord Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; lana bhakta-gana -- keeping company with His devotees;
raghunatha-milana -- meeting with Raghunatha dasa Gosvami; ebe -- now;
suna -- hear; bhakta-gana -- O devotees.
TRANSLATION
The Lord thus enjoyed His life with His devotees. O devotees of Lord Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu, now hear how Raghunatha dasa Gosvami met the Lord.
Antya 6.13
TEXT 13
TEXT
purve santipure raghunatha yabe aila
mahaprabhu krpa kari' tanre sikhaila
SYNONYMS
purve -- previously; santipure -- to Santipura; raghunatha -- Raghunatha
dasa; yabe aila -- when he came; mahaprabhu -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu;
krpa kari' -- showing causeless mercy; tanre sikhaila -- gave him
lessons.
TRANSLATION
When Raghunatha dasa, during his family life, went to meet Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu at Santipura, the Lord gave him worthy instructions by His
causeless mercy.
Antya 6.14
TEXT 14
TEXT
prabhura siksate tenho nija-ghare yaya
markata-vairagya chadi' haila ‘visayi-praya'
SYNONYMS
prabhura siksate -- by the instruction of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; tenho
-- he; nija-ghare yaya -- returned to his home; markata-vairagya --
monkey renunciation; chadi' -- giving up; haila -- became; visayi-praya -
- like a pounds-and-shillings man.
TRANSLATION
Instead of becoming a so-called renunciant, Raghunatha dasa, following
the instructions of the Lord, returned home and played exactly like a
pounds-and-shillings man.
Antya 6.15
TEXT 15
TEXT
bhitare vairagya, bahire kare sarva-karma
dekhiya ta' mata-pitara anandita mana
SYNONYMS
bhitare -- within his heart; vairagya -- complete renunciation; bahire --
externally; kare -- does; sarva -- all; karma -- activities; dekhiya --
seeing; ta' -- certainly; mata-pitara -- of the father and mother;
anandita -- satisfied; mana -- the mind.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa was inwardly completely renounced, even in family life,
but he did not express his renunciation externally. Instead, he acted
just like an ordinary businessman. Seeing this, his father and mother
were satisfied.
Antya 6.16
TEXT 16
TEXT
'mathura haite prabhu aila', -- varta yabe paila
prabhu-pasa calibare udyoga karila
SYNONYMS
mathura haite -- from Mathura; prabhu aila -- Lord Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu has come back; varta -- message; yabe paila -- when he
received; prabhu-pasa -- to Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; calibare -- to go;
udyoga karila -- made an endeavor.
TRANSLATION
When he received a message that Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu had
returned from Mathura City, Raghunatha dasa endeavored to go to the
lotus feet of the Lord.
Antya 6.17
TEXT 17
TEXT
hena-kale mulukera eka mleccha adhikari
saptagrama-mulukera se haya ‘caudhuri'
SYNONYMS
hena-kale -- at this time; mulukera -- of the country; eka -- one;
mleccha -- Muslim; adhikari -- official; saptagrama-mulukera -- of the
place known as Saptagrama; se -- that person; haya -- is; caudhuri --
tax collector.
TRANSLATION
At that time there was a Muslim official collecting the taxes of
Saptagrama.
PURPORT
Formerly, when the Muslim government was in power, the person appointed
tax collector would collect the taxes of the local zamindars, or
landholders. He would keep one fourth of the collection for himself as a
profit, and the balance he would deliver to the treasury of the
government.
Antya 6.18
TEXT 18
TEXT
hiranya-dasa muluka nila ‘makrari' kariya
tara adhikara gela, mare se dekhiya
SYNONYMS
hiranya-dasa -- the uncle of Raghunatha dasa Gosvami; muluka nila --
took charge of the country; makrari kariya -- by some agreement; tara
adhikara gela -- the Muslim caudhuri lost his position; mare se dekhiya -
- became extremely envious of Hiranya dasa.
TRANSLATION
When Hiranya dasa, Raghunatha dasa's uncle, made an agreement with the
government to collect taxes, the Muslim caudhuri, or tax collector,
having lost his position, became extremely envious of him.
Antya 6.19
TEXT 19
TEXT
bara laksa deya rajaya, sadhe bisa laksa
se ‘turuk' kichu na pana haila pratipaksa
SYNONYMS
bara laksa -- 1,200,000 coins; deya -- delivers; rajaya -- unto the
Muslim government; sadhe -- collects; bisa laksa -- 2,000,000 coins; se
turuk -- that Turk; kichu -- anything; na pana -- not getting; haila
pratipaksa -- became his rival.
TRANSLATION
Hiranya dasa was collecting 2,000,000 coins and therefore should have
delivered 1,500,000 to the government. Instead, he was giving only 1,200,
000, thus making an extra profit of 300,000 coins. Seeing this, the
Muslim caudhuri, who was a Turk, became his rival.
Antya 6.20
TEXT 20
TEXT
raja-ghare kaiphiyat diya ujire anila
hiranya-dasa palaila, raghunathere bandhila
SYNONYMS
raja-ghare -- to the government treasury; kaiphiyat diya -- sending a
confidential account; ujire anila -- brought the minister in charge;
hiranya-dasa palaila -- Hiranya dasa fled; raghunathere bandhila -- he
arrested Raghunatha dasa.
TRANSLATION
After sending a confidential account to the government treasury, the
caudhuri brought the minister in charge. The caudhuri came, wanting to
arrest Hiranya dasa, but Hiranya dasa had left home. Therefore the
caudhuri arrested Raghunatha dasa.
Antya 6.21
TEXT 21
TEXT
prati-dina raghunathe karaye bhartsana
'bapa-jyethare ana', nahe paiba yatana
SYNONYMS
prati-dina -- daily; raghunathe -- Raghunatha dasa; karaye bhartsana --
he chastised; bapa-jyethare ana -- bring your father and his elder
brother; nahe -- otherwise; paiba yatana -- you will be punished.
TRANSLATION
Every day, the Muslim would chastise Raghunatha dasa and tell him, "
Bring your father and his elder brother. Otherwise you will be punished."
Antya 6.22
TEXT 22
TEXT
marite anaye yadi dekhe raghunathe
mana phiri' yaya, tabe na pare marite
SYNONYMS
marite -- to beat; anaye -- brings; yadi -- when; dekhe -- sees;
raghunathe -- Raghunatha dasa; mana -- his mind; phiri' yaya -- becomes
changed; tabe -- at that time; na pare marite -- he could not beat.
TRANSLATION
The caudhuri wanted to beat him, but as soon as he saw Raghunatha's face,
his mind changed, and he could not beat him.
Antya 6.23
TEXT 23
TEXT
visese kayastha-buddhye antare kare dara
mukhe tarje garje, marite sabhaya antara
SYNONYMS
visese -- specifically; kayastha-buddhye -- considering a kayastha;
antare -- within his heart; kare dara -- is afraid; mukhe -- with his
mouth; tarje garje -- threatens; marite -- to beat; sa-bhaya -- afraid;
antara -- at heart.
TRANSLATION
Indeed, the caudhuri was afraid of Raghunatha dasa because Raghunatha
dasa belonged to the kayastha community. Although the caudhuri would
chastise him with oral vibrations, he was afraid to beat him.
PURPORT
Raghunatha dasa belonged to a very aristocratic family of the kayastha
community. He had substantial influence with the local people, and
therefore the caudhuri, or minister, was afraid to beat him.
Superficially he would chastise Raghunatha dasa with threatening
vibrations, but he did not beat him. The members of the kayastha
community in India are generally very intelligent and expert in business
management. Formerly they were mostly government officers. They were
mentioned even by Yajnavalkya, as quoted by Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura
in his Amrta-pravaha-bhasya:
cata-taskara-durvrttair maha-sahasikadibhih
pidyamana praja rakset kayasthais ca visesatah
From this verse it appears that the governmental officials of the
kayastha community would sometimes chastise the citizens, and thus it
was the duty of the king to protect the people in general from the
atrocities of the kayasthas. In Bengal the kayastha community is honored
almost as much as the brahmana community, but in the up-country of India
the kayasthas are considered sudras because they generally eat meat and
drink wine. In any case, from history the kayasthas appear very
intelligent. Thus the Muslim caudhuri was afraid of Raghunatha dasa
because he belonged to the kayastha community.
Antya 6.24
TEXT 24
TEXT
tabe raghunatha kichu cintila upaya
vinati kariya kahe sei mleccha-paya
SYNONYMS
tabe -- then; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa Gosvami; kichu -- some;
cintila -- thought of; upaya -- means; vinati kariya -- in great
humility; kahe -- he says; sei mleccha -- of that Muslim caudhuri; paya -
- at the feet.
TRANSLATION
While this was going on, Raghunatha dasa thought of a tricky method of
escape. Thus he humbly submitted this plea at the feet of the Muslim
caudhuri.
Antya 6.25
TEXT 25
TEXT
"amara pita, jyetha haya tomara dui bhai
bhai-bhaiye tomara kalaha kara sarvadai
SYNONYMS
amara pita -- my father; jyetha -- and his elder brother; haya -- are;
tomara -- your; dui bhai -- two brothers; bhai-bhaiye -- between brother
and brother; tomara -- all of you; kalaha kara -- fight; sarvadai --
always.
TRANSLATION
"My dear sir, my father and his elder brother are your brothers. All
brothers always fight about something.
Antya 6.26
TEXT 26
TEXT
kabhu kalaha, kabhu priti -- ihara niscaya nai
kali punah tina bhai ha-iba eka-thani
SYNONYMS
kabhu -- sometimes; kalaha -- fight; kabhu -- sometimes; priti -- very
intimate friendly behavior; ihara -- of these things; niscaya nai --
there is no certainty; kali -- the next day; punah -- again; tina bhai --
three brothers; ha-iba -- will be; eka-thani -- at one place.
TRANSLATION
"Sometimes brothers fight among themselves, and sometimes they have very
friendly dealings. There is no certainty when such changes will take
place. Thus I am sure that although today you are fighting, tomorrow you
three brothers will be sitting together in peace.
Antya 6.27
TEXT 27
TEXT
ami yaiche pitara, taiche tomara balaka
ami tomara palya, tumi amara palaka
SYNONYMS
ami -- I; yaiche -- just like; pitara -- of my father; taiche --
similarly; tomara -- your; balaka -- son; ami -- I; tomara -- your;
palya -- person to be maintained; tumi -- you; amara -- my; palaka --
maintainer.
TRANSLATION
"Just as I am my father's son, so I am also yours. I am your dependent,
and you are my maintainer.
Antya 6.28
TEXT 28
TEXT
palaka hana palyere tadite na yuyaya
tumi sarva-sastra jana ‘jinda-pira'-praya"
SYNONYMS
palaka hana -- being a maintainer; palyere -- the person who is
maintained; tadite -- to punish; na yuyaya -- is not good; tumi -- you;
sarva-sastra -- all scriptures; jana -- know; jinda-pira -- a living
saintly person; praya -- just like.
TRANSLATION
"For a maintainer to punish the person he maintains is not good. You are
expert in all the scriptures. Indeed, you are like a living saint."
Antya 6.29
TEXT 29
TEXT
eta suni' sei mlecchera mana ardra haila
dadi vahi' asru pade, kandite lagila
SYNONYMS
eta suni' -- hearing this; sei mlecchera -- of that Muslim; mana -- mind;
ardra haila -- became softened; dadi vahi' -- flowing over his beard;
asru pade -- tears fell; kandite lagila -- began to cry.
TRANSLATION
When the Muslim heard Raghunatha dasa's appealing voice, his heart
softened. He began to cry, and tears glided down his beard.
Antya 6.30
TEXT 30
TEXT
mleccha bale, -- "aji haite tumi -- mora ‘putra'
aji chadaimu toma' kari' eka sutra"
SYNONYMS
mleccha bale -- the Muslim said; aji haite -- from this day; tumi -- you;
mora putra -- my son; aji -- today; chadaimu toma' -- I shall get you
released; kari' eka sutra -- by some means.
TRANSLATION
The Muslim caudhuri told Raghunatha dasa, "You are my son from this day
on. Today, by some means, I shall have you released."
Antya 6.31
TEXT 31
TEXT
ujire kahiya raghunathe chadaila
priti kari' raghunathe kahite lagila
SYNONYMS
ujire -- unto the minister; kahiya -- speaking; raghunathe chadaila --
released Raghunatha dasa; priti kari' -- with great affection;
raghunathe -- unto Raghunatha dasa; kahite lagila -- began to say.
TRANSLATION
After informing the minister, the caudhuri released Raghunatha dasa and
then began to speak to him with great affection.
Antya 6.32
TEXT 32
TEXT
"tomara jyetha nirbuddhi asta-laksa khaya
ami -- bhagi, amare kichu dibare yuyaya
SYNONYMS
tomara jyetha -- the elder brother of your father; nirbuddhi -- bereft
of intelligence; asta-laksa khaya -- enjoys 800,000 coins; ami -- I;
bhagi -- shareholder, amare -- unto me; kichu -- something; dibare -- to
give; yuyaya -- is proper.
TRANSLATION
"Your father's elder brother is less intelligent," he said. "He enjoys
800,000 coins, but since I am also a shareholder, he should give some
portion of it to me.
Antya 6.33
TEXT 33
TEXT
yaha tumi, tomara jyethare milaha amare
ye-mate bhala haya karuna, bhara dilun tanre
SYNONYMS
yaha -- go; tumi -- you; tomara -- your; jyethare -- the elder brother
of your father; milaha amare -- arrange to meet with me; ye-mate -- in
whatever way; bhala -- good; haya -- is; karuna -- let him do; bhara
dilun tanre -- I shall completely depend upon him.
TRANSLATION
"Now you go arrange a meeting between me and your uncle. Let him do
whatever he thinks best. I shall completely depend on his decision."
Antya 6.34
TEXT 34
TEXT
raghunatha asi' tabe jyethare milaila
mleccha-sahita vasa kaila -- saba santa haila
SYNONYMS
raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; asi' -- coming; tabe -- then; jyethare
milaila -- arranged a meeting between the caudhuri and the elder brother
of his father; mleccha-sahita -- with the Muslim; vasa kaila -- he
settled; saba -- everything; santa haila -- became peaceful.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa arranged a meeting between his uncle and the caudhuri.
The matter was settled, and everything was peaceful.
Antya 6.35
TEXT 35
TEXT
ei-mata raghunathera vatsareka gela
dvitiya vatsare palaite mana kaila
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; raghunathera -- of Raghunatha dasa; vatsareka --
one year; gela -- passed; dvitiya vatsare -- the next year; palaite --
to go away from home; mana kaila -- he decided.
TRANSLATION
In this way Raghunatha dasa passed one year exactly like a first-class
business manager, but the next year he again decided to leave home.
Antya 6.36
TEXT 36
TEXT
ratre uthi' ekela calila palana
dura haite pita tanre anila dhariya
SYNONYMS
ratre -- at night; uthi' -- getting up; ekela -- alone; calila -- left;
palana -- running away; dura haite -- from a distant place; pita -- his
father; tanre -- him; anila -- brought back; dhariya -- catching.
TRANSLATION
He got up alone one night and left, but his father caught him in a
distant place and brought him back.
Antya 6.37
TEXT 37
TEXT
ei-mate bare bare palaya, dhari' ane
tabe tanra mata kahe tanra pita sane
SYNONYMS
ei-mate -- in this way; bare bare -- again and again; palaya -- he goes
away; dhari' ane -- brings him back; tabe -- then; tanra mata -- his
mother; kahe -- speaks; tanra pita sane -- with his father.
TRANSLATION
This became almost a daily affair. Raghunatha would run away from home,
and his father would again bring him back. Then Raghunatha dasa's mother
spoke to his father as follows.
Antya 6.38
TEXT 38
TEXT
"putra ‘batula' ha-ila, ihaya rakhaha bandhiya"
tanra pita kahe tare nirvinna hana
SYNONYMS
putra -- son; batula ha-ila -- has become mad; ihaya -- him; rakhaha
bandhiya -- just keep by binding; tanra pita -- his father; kahe -- says;
tare -- to her; nirvinna hana -- being very unhappy.
TRANSLATION
"Our son has become mad," she said. "Just keep him by binding him with
ropes." His father, being very unhappy, replied to her as follows.
Antya 6.39
TEXT 39
TEXT
"indra-sama aisvarya, stri apsara-sama
e saba bandhite narileka yanra mana
SYNONYMS
indra-sama -- like the heavenly King, Indra; aisvarya -- material
opulence; stri -- wife; apsara-sama -- like an angel of heaven; e saba --
all this; bandhite -- to bind; narileka -- was not able; yanra mana --
whose mind.
TRANSLATION
"Raghunatha dasa, our son, has opulences like Indra, the heavenly King,
and his wife is as beautiful as an angel. Yet all this could not tie
down his mind.
Antya 6.40
TEXT 40
TEXT
dadira bandhane tanre rakhiba ke-mate?
janma-data pita nare ‘prarabdha' khandaite
SYNONYMS
dadira bandhane -- by bonds of ropes; tanre -- him; rakhiba -- will you
keep; ke mate -- how; janma-data pita -- the father who begets the child;
nare -- is not able; prarabdha -- the reaction of previous activities;
khandaite -- to nullify.
TRANSLATION
"How then could we keep this boy home by binding him with ropes? It is
not possible even for one's father to nullify the reactions of one's
past activities.
Antya 6.41
TEXT 41
TEXT
caitanya-candrera krpa hanache inhare
caitanya-candrera ‘batula' ke rakhite pare?"
SYNONYMS
caitanya-candrera -- of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; krpa -- mercy;
hanache inhare -- has been bestowed upon him; caitanya-candrera -- of
Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; batula -- madman; ke -- who; rakhite pare -
- can keep.
TRANSLATION
"Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu has fully bestowed His mercy on him. Who
can keep home such a madman of Caitanyacandra?"
Antya 6.42
TEXT 42
TEXT
tabe raghunatha kichu vicarila mane
nityananda-gosanira pasa calila ara dine
SYNONYMS
tabe -- thereupon; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; kichu -- something;
vicarila mane -- considered within his mind; nityananda-gosanira pasa --
unto Nityananda Gosani; calila -- went; ara dine -- the next day.
TRANSLATION
Then Raghunatha dasa considered something in his mind, and the next day
he went to Nityananda Gosani.
Antya 6.43
TEXT 43
TEXT
panihati-grame paila prabhura darasana
kirtaniya sevaka sange ara bahu-jana
SYNONYMS
panihati-grame -- in the village known as Panihati; paila -- got;
prabhura darasana -- the audience of Nityananda Prabhu; kirtaniya sevaka
-- performers of sankirtana and servants; sange -- with; ara -- and;
bahu-jana -- many other persons.
TRANSLATION
In the village of Panihati, Raghunatha dasa obtained an interview with
Nityananda Prabhu, who was accompanied by many kirtana performers,
servants and others.
Antya 6.44
TEXT 44
TEXT
ganga-tire vrksa-mule pindara upare
vasiyachena -- yena koti suryodaya kare
SYNONYMS
ganga-tire -- on the bank of the Ganges; vrksa-mule -- underneath a tree;
pindara upare -- on a rock; vasiyachena -- was sitting; yena -- as if;
koti surya -- hundreds of thousands of suns; udaya kare -- rise.
TRANSLATION
Sitting on a rock under a tree on the bank of the Ganges, Lord
Nityananda seemed as effulgent as hundreds of thousands of rising suns.
Antya 6.45
TEXT 45
TEXT
tale upare bahu-bhakta hanache vestita
dekhi' prabhura prabhava raghunatha -- vismita
SYNONYMS
tale -- the surface; upare -- upon; bahu-bhakta -- many devotees;
hanache vestita -- He was surrounded; dekhi' -- seeing; prabhura
prabhava -- the influence of Nityananda Prabhu; raghunatha -- Raghunatha
dasa; vismita -- astonished.
TRANSLATION
Many devotees sat on the ground surrounding Him. Seeing the influence of
Nityananda Prabhu, Raghunatha dasa was astonished.
Antya 6.46
TEXT 46
TEXT
dandavat hana sei padila kata-dure
sevaka kahe, -- ‘raghunatha dandavat kare'
SYNONYMS
dandavat hana -- falling flat like a rod; sei -- he; padila kata-dure --
fell down at a distant place; sevaka kahe -- the servant of Nityananda
Prabhu said; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; dandavat kare -- is offering
obeisances.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa offered his obeisances by falling prostrate at a distant
place, and the servant of Nityananda Prabhu pointed out, "There is
Raghunatha dasa, offering You obeisances."
Antya 6.47
TEXT 47
TEXT
suni' prabhu kahe, -- "cora dili darasana
aya, aya, aji tora karimu dandana"
SYNONYMS
suni' -- hearing; prabhu kahe -- Lord Nityananda Prabhu said; cora --
thief; dili darasana -- you have come to see Me; aya aya -- come here,
come here; aji -- today; tora -- your; karimu -- I shall do; dandana --
punishment.
TRANSLATION
Hearing this, Lord Nityananda Prabhu said, "You are a thief. Now you
have come to see Me. Come here, come here. Today I shall punish you!"
Antya 6.48
TEXT 48
TEXT
prabhu bolaya, tenho nikate na kare gamana
akarsiya tanra mathe prabhu dharila carana
SYNONYMS
prabhu bolaya -- the Lord calls; tenho -- he; nikate -- nearby; na kare
gamana -- does not come; akarsiya -- bringing him near; tanra mathe --
on his head; prabhu -- Nityananda Prabhu; dharila carana -- placed His
feet.
TRANSLATION
The Lord called him, but Raghunatha dasa did not go near the Lord. Then
the Lord forcibly caught him and placed His lotus feet upon Raghunatha
dasa's head.
Antya 6.49
TEXT 49
TEXT
kautuki nityananda sahaje dayamaya
raghunathe kahe kichu hana sadaya
SYNONYMS
kautuki -- very funny; nityananda -- Lord Nityananda; sahaje -- by
nature; daya-maya -- very merciful; raghunathe -- unto Raghunatha dasa;
kahe -- says; kichu -- something; hana sa-daya -- being merciful.
TRANSLATION
Lord Nityananda was by nature very merciful and funny. Being merciful,
He spoke to Raghunatha dasa as follows.
Antya 6.50
TEXT 50
TEXT
"nikate na aisa, cora, bhaga' dure dure
aji lag panachi, dandimu tomare
SYNONYMS
nikate -- nearby; na aisa -- you do not come; cora -- thief; bhaga' --
you go away; dure dure -- a long distance; aji -- today; lag panachi --
I have caught; dandimu tomare -- I shall punish you.
TRANSLATION
"You are just like a thief, for instead of coming near, you stay away at
a distant place. Now that I have captured you, I shall punish you.
Antya 6.51
TEXT 51
TEXT
dadhi, cida bhaksana karaha mora gane"
suni' anandita haila raghunatha mane
SYNONYMS
dadhi -- yogurt; cida -- chipped rice; bhaksana karaha -- feed; mora
gane -- My associates; suni' -- hearing; anandita haila -- became very
happy; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; mane -- in the mind.
TRANSLATION
"Make a festival and feed all My associates yogurt and chipped rice."
Hearing this, Raghunatha dasa was greatly pleased.
Antya 6.52
TEXT 52
TEXT
sei-ksane nija-loka pathaila grame
bhaksya-dravya loka saba grama haite ane
SYNONYMS
sei-ksane -- immediately; nija-loka -- his servants; pathaila grame --
he sent to the nearby village; bhaksya-dravya -- eatables; loka saba --
all the persons; grama haite -- from the village; ane -- bring.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa immediately sent his own men to the village to purchase
all kinds of eatables and bring them back.
Antya 6.53
TEXT 53
TEXT
cida, dadhi, dugdha, sandesa, ara cini, kala
saba dravya anana caudike dharila
SYNONYMS
cida -- chipped rice; dadhi -- yogurt; dugdha -- milk; sandesa --
sweetmeats; ara -- and; cini -- sugar; kala -- banana; saba -- all;
dravya -- materials; anana -- causing to be brought; caudike -- all
around; dharila -- kept.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa brought chipped rice, yogurt, milk, sweetmeats, sugar,
bananas and other eatables and placed them all around.
Antya 6.54
TEXT 54
TEXT
'mahotsava'-nama suni' brahmana-sajjana
asite lagila loka asankhya-ganana
SYNONYMS
mahotsava -- festival; nama -- name; suni -- hearing; brahmana-sat-jana -
- brahmanas and other gentlemen; asite lagila -- began to pour in; loka -
- people; asankhya-ganana -- innumerable.
TRANSLATION
As soon as they heard that a festival was going to be held, all kinds of
brahmanas and other gentlemen began to arrive. Thus there were
innumerable people.
Antya 6.55
TEXT 55
TEXT
ara gramantara haite samagri anila
sata dui-cari holna tanha anaila
SYNONYMS
ara -- also; grama-antara haite -- from other villages; samagri --
articles; anila -- brought; sata -- hundred; dui-cari -- two to four;
holna -- round earthen pots; tanha -- there; anaila -- caused to be
brought.
TRANSLATION
Seeing the crowd increasing, Raghunatha dasa arranged to get more
eatables from other villages. He also brought two to four hundred large,
round earthen pots.
Antya 6.56
TEXT 56
TEXT
bada bada mrt-kundika anaila panca sate
eka vipra prabhu lagi' cida bhijaya tate
SYNONYMS
bada bada -- big, big; mrt-kundika -- earthen basins; anaila -- arranged
to be brought; panca sate -- five or seven; eka vipra -- one brahmana;
prabhu lagi' -- for Nityananda Prabhu; cida -- the chipped rice; bhijaya
-- soaked; tate -- in those.
TRANSLATION
He also obtained five or seven especially large earthen pots, and in
these pots a brahmana began soaking chipped rice for the satisfaction of
Lord Nityananda.
Antya 6.57
TEXT 57
TEXT
eka-thani tapta-dugdhe cida bhijana
ardheka chanila dadhi, cini, kala diya
SYNONYMS
eka-thani -- in one place; tapta-dugdhe -- in hot milk; cida -- the
chipped rice; bhijana -- soaking; ardheka -- half of it; chanila --
mixed; dadhi -- yogurt; cini -- sugar; kala -- bananas; diya -- putting
in.
TRANSLATION
In one place, chipped rice was soaked in hot milk in each of the large
pots. Then half the rice was mixed with yogurt, sugar and bananas.
Antya 6.58
TEXT 58
TEXT
ara ardheka ghanavrta-dugdhete chanila
canpa-kala, cini, ghrta, karpura tate dila
SYNONYMS
ara ardheka -- the other half; ghana-avrta -- condensed; dugdhete -- in
milk; chanila -- mixed; canpa-kala -- a special type of banana; cini --
sugar; ghrta -- clarified butter, ghee; karpura -- camphor; tate dila --
put into that.
TRANSLATION
The other half was mixed with condensed milk and a special type of
banana known as canpa-kala. Then sugar, clarified butter and camphor
were added.
Antya 6.59
TEXT 59
TEXT
dhuti pari' prabhu yadi pindate vasila
sata-kundi vipra tanra agete dharila
SYNONYMS
dhuti pari' -- putting on a new cloth; prabhu -- Lord Nityananda; yadi --
when; pindate vasila -- sat on a high platform; sata-kundi -- the seven
big, big earthen pots; vipra -- the brahmana; tanra agete -- in front of
Him; dharila -- placed.
TRANSLATION
After Nityananda Prabhu had changed His cloth for a new one and sat on a
raised platform, the brahmana brought before Him the seven huge pots.
Antya 6.60
TEXT 60
TEXT
cabutara-upare yata prabhura nija-gane
bada bada loka vasila mandali-racane
SYNONYMS
cabutara-upare -- on the raised platform; yata -- all; prabhura nija-
gane -- very intimate associates of the Lord; bada bada loka -- big, big
people; vasila -- sat down; mandali-racane -- in a circle.
TRANSLATION
On that platform, all the most important associates of Sri Nityananda
Prabhu, as well as other important men, sat down in a circle around the
Lord.
Antya 6.61
TEXT 61
TEXT
ramadasa, sundarananda, dasa-gadadhara
murari, kamalakara, sadasiva, purandara
SYNONYMS
ramadasa -- Ramadasa; sundarananda -- Sundarananda; dasa-gadadhara --
Gadadhara dasa; murari -- Murari; kamalakara -- Kamalakara; sadasiva --
Sadasiva; purandara -- Purandara.
TRANSLATION
Among them were Ramadasa, Sundarananda, Gadadhara dasa, Murari,
Kamalakara, Sadasiva and Purandara.
Antya 6.62
TEXT 62
TEXT
dhananjaya, jagadisa, paramesvara-dasa
mahesa, gauridasa, hoda-krsnadasa
SYNONYMS
dhananjaya -- Dhananjaya; jagadisa -- Jagadisa; paramesvara-dasa --
Paramesvara dasa; mahesa -- Mahesa; gauridasa -- Gauridasa; hoda-
krsnadasa -- Hoda Krsnadasa.
TRANSLATION
Dhananjaya, Jagadisa, Paramesvara dasa, Mahesa, Gauridasa and Hoda
Krsnadasa were also there.
Antya 6.63
TEXT 63
TEXT
uddharana datta adi yata nija-gana
upare vasila saba, ke kare ganana?
SYNONYMS
uddharana datta -- Uddharana Datta; adi -- and similar, other persons;
yata nija gana -- all personal associates; upare -- above; vasila -- sat
down; saba -- all; ke -- who; kare ganana -- can count.
TRANSLATION
Similarly, Uddharana Datta Thakura and many other personal associates of
the Lord sat on the raised platform with Nityananda Prabhu. No one could
count them all.
PURPORT
The devotees mentioned herein are described by Srila Bhaktisiddhanta
Sarasvati Thakura in his Anubhasya. For further information one may
consult the following references in the Adi-lila: Ramadasa -- Chapter
Ten, texts 116–118, and Chapter Eleven, texts 13–16. Sundarananda -- 11.
23. Gadadhara dasa -- 10.53, 11.13–15 and 11.17. Murari -- The Murari
mentioned herein is different from Murari Gupta. His full name is Murari
Caitanya dasa, and he is a personal associate of Nityananda Prabhu. Thus
one should consult Chapter Eleven, text 20. Kamalakara -- 11.24.
Sadasiva -- 11.38. Purandara -- 11.28. Dhananjaya -- 11.31. Jagadisa --
11.30. Paramesvara -- 11.29. Mahesa -- 11.32. Gauridasa -- 11.26. Hoda
Krsnadasa -- 11.47. Uddharana Datta Thakura -- 11.41.
Antya 6.64
TEXT 64
TEXT
suni' pandita bhattacarya yata vipra aila
manya kari' prabhu sabare upare vasaila
SYNONYMS
suni' -- hearing; pandita bhattacarya -- learned scholars and priests;
yata -- all; vipra -- brahmanas; aila -- came; manya kari' -- giving
honor; prabhu -- Lord Nityananda Prabhu; sabare -- all of them; upare
vasaila -- seated on the top.
TRANSLATION
Hearing about the festival, all kinds of learned scholars, brahmanas and
priests went there. Lord Nityananda Prabhu honored them and made them
sit on the raised platform with Him.
Antya 6.65
TEXT 65
TEXT
dui dui mrt-kundika sabara age dila
eke dugdha-cida, are dadhi-cida kaila
SYNONYMS
dui dui -- two and two; mrt-kundika -- earthen pots; sabara age --
before everyone; dila -- offered; eke -- in one; dugdha-cida -- chipped
rice with condensed milk; are -- in the other; dadhi-cida -- chipped
rice with yogurt; kaila -- put.
TRANSLATION
Everyone was offered two earthen pots. In one was put chipped rice with
condensed milk, and in the other chipped rice with yogurt.
Antya 6.66
TEXT 66
TEXT
ara yata loka saba cautara-talane
mandali-bandhe vasila, tara na haya ganane
SYNONYMS
ara -- other; yata -- as many as; loka -- people; saba -- all; cautara-
talane -- at the base of the platform; mandali-bandhe -- in groups;
vasila -- sat down; tara -- of them; na haya ganane -- there was no
counting.
TRANSLATION
All the other people sat in groups around the platform. No one could
count how many people there were.
Antya 6.67
TEXT 67
TEXT
ekeka janare dui dui holna dila
dadhi-cida dugdha-cida, duite bhijaila
SYNONYMS
ekeka janare -- to each and every one of them; dui dui -- two and two;
holna dila -- earthen pots were supplied; dadhi-cida -- chipped rice
with yogurt; dugdha-cida -- chipped rice with condensed milk; duite --
in the two pots; bhijaila -- were soaked.
TRANSLATION
Each and every one of them was supplied two earthen pots -- one of
chipped rice soaked in yogurt and the other of chipped rice soaked in
condensed milk.
Antya 6.68
TEXT 68
TEXT
kona kona vipra upare sthana na pana
dui holnaya cida bhijaya ganga-tire giya
SYNONYMS
kona kona -- some; vipra -- brahmanas; upare -- on the platform; sthana
na pana -- not having gotten a place; dui holnaya -- in two earthen pots;
cida bhijaya -- soak chipped rice; ganga-tire -- on the bank of the
Ganges; giya -- going.
TRANSLATION
Some of the brahmanas, not having gotten a place on the platform, went
to the bank of the Ganges with their two earthen pots and soaked their
chipped rice there.
Antya 6.69
TEXT 69
TEXT
tire sthana na pana ara kata jana
jale nami' dadhi-cida karaye bhaksana
SYNONYMS
tire -- on the bank; sthana -- place; na pana -- not having gotten; ara -
- other; kata -- some; jana -- persons; jale nami' -- getting down into
the water; dadhi-cida -- yogurt and chipped rice; karaye bhaksana --
began to eat.
TRANSLATION
Others, who could not get a place even on the bank of the Ganges, got
down into the water and began eating their two kinds of chipped rice.
Antya 6.70
TEXT 70
TEXT
keha upare, keha tale, keha ganga-tire
bisa-jana tina-thani parivesana kare
SYNONYMS
keha upare -- some on the platform; keha tale -- some at the base of the
platform; keha ganga-tire -- some on the bank of the Ganges; bisa-jana --
twenty men; tina-thani -- in three places; parivesana kare --
distributed.
TRANSLATION
Thus some sat on the platform, some at the base of the platform, and
some on the bank of the Ganges, and they were all supplied two pots each
by the twenty men who distributed the food.
Antya 6.71
TEXT 71
TEXT
hena-kale aila tatha raghava pandita
hasite lagila dekhi' hana vismita
SYNONYMS
hena-kale -- at this time; aila -- arrived; tatha -- there; raghava
pandita -- the great scholar named Raghava Pandita; hasite lagila --
began to laugh; dekhi' -- seeing; hana vismita -- being astonished.
TRANSLATION
At that time, Raghava Pandita arrived there. Seeing the situation, he
began to laugh in great surprise.
Antya 6.72
TEXT 72
TEXT
ni-sakdi nana-mata prasada anila
prabhure age diya bhakta-gane banti dila
SYNONYMS
ni-sakdi -- food cooked in ghee; nana-mata -- various types; prasada --
remnants of the Lord's food; anila -- he brought; prabhure age -- in
front of Lord Nityananda; diya -- placing; bhakta-gane -- to all the
devotees; banti dila -- distributed.
TRANSLATION
He brought many kinds of food cooked in ghee and offered to the Lord.
This prasadam he first placed before Lord Nityananda and then
distributed among the devotees.
Antya 6.73
TEXT 73
TEXT
prabhure kahe, -- "toma lagi' bhoga lagaila
tumi ihan utsava kara, ghare prasada rahila"
SYNONYMS
prabhure kahe -- he said to Lord Nityananda Prabhu; toma lagi' -- for
You; bhoga lagaila -- I have offered food to the Deity; tumi -- You;
ihan -- here; utsava kara -- are engaged in a festival; ghare -- at home;
prasada -- the prasadam; rahila -- remained.
TRANSLATION
Raghava Pandita said to Lord Nityananda, "For You, Sir, I have already
offered food to the Deity, but You are engaged in a festival here, and
so the food is lying there untouched."
Antya 6.74
TEXT 74
TEXT
prabhu kahe, -- "e-dravya dine kariye bhojana
ratrye tomara ghare prasada karimu bhaksana
SYNONYMS
prabhu kahe -- Lord Nityananda Prabhu said; e-dravya -- this food; dine -
- during the daytime; kariye bhojana -- let Me eat; ratrye -- at night;
tomara ghare -- in your house; prasada -- the prasadam; karimu bhaksana -
- I shall eat.
TRANSLATION
Lord Nityananda replied, "Let Me eat all this food here during the day,
and I shall eat at your home at night.
Antya 6.75
TEXT 75
TEXT
gopa-jati ami bahu gopa-gana sange
ami sukha pai ei pulina-bhojana-range"
SYNONYMS
gopa-jati -- belonging to the community of cowherd boys; ami -- I; bahu -
- many; gopa-gana -- cowherd boys; sange -- with; ami -- I; sukha pai --
become very happy; ei -- this; pulina -- by the riverside; bhojana-range
-- in the enjoyment of eating.
TRANSLATION
"I belong to a community of cowherd boys, and therefore I generally have
many cowherd associates with Me. I am happy when we eat together in a
picnic like this by the sandy bank of the river."
Antya 6.76
TEXT 76
TEXT
raghave vasana dui kundi deoyaila
raghava dvividha cida tate bhijaila
SYNONYMS
raghave -- Raghava Pandita; vasana -- making sit down; dui -- two; kundi
-- earthen pots; deoyaila -- arranged to be delivered to him; raghava --
Raghava Pandita; dvi-vidha -- two kinds; cida -- chipped rice; tate --
in them; bhijaila -- soaked.
TRANSLATION
Lord Nityananda made Raghava Pandita sit down and had two pots delivered
to him also. There were two kinds of chipped rice soaked in them.
Antya 6.77
TEXT 77
TEXT
sakala-lokera cida purna yabe ha-ila
dhyane tabe prabhu mahaprabhure anila
SYNONYMS
sakala -- lokera -- of everyone; cida -- chipped rice; purna -- full;
yabe -- when; ha-ila -- was; dhyane -- in meditation; tabe -- at that
time; prabhu -- Lord Nityananda Prabhu; mahaprabhure anila -- brought
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
When chipped rice had been served to everyone, Lord Nityananda Prabhu,
in meditation, brought Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.78
TEXT 78
TEXT
mahaprabhu aila dekhi' nitai uthila
tanre lana sabara cida dekhite lagila
SYNONYMS
mahaprabhu -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; aila -- came; dekhi' -- seeing;
nitai -- Lord Nityananda; uthila -- stood up; tanre lana -- with Him;
sabara -- of everyone; cida -- chipped rice; dekhite lagila -- began to
see.
TRANSLATION
When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu arrived, Lord Nityananda Prabhu stood up.
They then saw how the others were enjoying the chipped rice with yogurt
and condensed milk.
Antya 6.79
TEXT 79
TEXT
sakala kundira, holnara cidara eka eka grasa
mahaprabhura mukhe dena kari' parihasa
SYNONYMS
sakala kundira -- from all the pots; holnara -- from the big pots;
cidara -- of chipped rice; eka eka grasa -- one morsel; mahaprabhura
mukhe -- into the mouth of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; dena -- puts; kari'
parihasa -- making a joke.
TRANSLATION
From each and every pot, Lord Nityananda Prabhu took one morsel of
chipped rice and pushed it into the mouth of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu as
a joke.
Antya 6.80
TEXT 80
TEXT
hasi' mahaprabhu ara eka grasa lana
tanra mukhe diya khaoyaya hasiya hasiya
SYNONYMS
hasi' -- smiling; mahaprabhu -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; ara -- another;
eka grasa -- one morsel; lana -- taking; tanra mukhe -- in the mouth of
Lord Nityananda Prabhu; diya -- putting; khaoyaya -- makes eat; hasiya
hasiya -- laughing.
TRANSLATION
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, also smiling, took a morsel of food, pushed it
into the mouth of Nityananda and laughed as He made Lord Nityananda eat
it.
Antya 6.81
TEXT 81
TEXT
ei-mata nitai bule sakala mandale
dandana ranga dekhe vaisnava sakale
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; nitai bule -- Lord Nityananda was walking;
sakala mandale -- through all the groups; dandana -- standing; ranga
dekhe -- see the fun; vaisnava sakale -- all the Vaisnavas.
TRANSLATION
In this way Lord Nityananda was walking through all the groups of eaters,
and all the Vaisnavas standing there were seeing the fun.
Antya 6.82
TEXT 82
TEXT
ki kariya bedaya, -- iha keha nahi jane
mahaprabhura darsana paya kona bhagyavane
SYNONYMS
ki kariya -- doing what; bedaya -- walks through; iha -- this; keha nahi
jane -- no one could understand; mahaprabhura darsana paya -- see Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu; kona bhagyavane -- some fortunate men.
TRANSLATION
No one could understand what Nityananda Prabhu was doing as He walked
about. Some, however, who were very fortunate, could see that Lord Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu was also present.
Antya 6.83
TEXT 83
TEXT
tabe hasi' nityananda vasila asane
cari kundi aroya cida rakhila dahine
SYNONYMS
tabe hasi' -- thereupon smiling; nityananda -- Lord Nityananda Prabhu;
vasila asane -- sat down on His seat; cari kundi -- four earthen pots;
aroya cida -- chipped rice not made from boiled paddy; rakhila dahine --
He kept on His right side.
TRANSLATION
Then Nityananda Prabhu smiled and sat down. On His right side He kept
four pots of chipped rice that had not been made from boiled paddy.
Antya 6.84
TEXT 84
TEXT
asana diya mahaprabhure tahan vasaila
dui bhai tabe cida khaite lagila
SYNONYMS
asana diya -- offering a sitting place; mahaprabhure -- unto Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu; tahan -- there; vasaila -- made sit; dui bhai --
the two brothers; tabe -- at that time; cida -- chipped rice; khaite
lagila -- began to eat.
TRANSLATION
Lord Nityananda offered Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu a place and had Him sit
down. Then together the two brothers began eating chipped rice.
Antya 6.85
TEXT 85
TEXT
dekhi' nityananda-prabhu anandita haila
kata kata bhavavesa prakasa karila
SYNONYMS
dekhi' -- seeing; nityananda-prabhu -- Lord Nityananda Prabhu; anandita
haila -- became very happy; kata kata -- so much; bhava-avesa --
ecstatic love; prakasa karila -- He manifested.
TRANSLATION
Seeing Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu eating with Him, Lord Nityananda Prabhu
became very happy and exhibited varieties of ecstatic love.
Antya 6.86
TEXT 86
TEXT
ajna dila, -- ‘hari bali' karaha bhojana'
'hari' ‘hari'-dhvani uthi' bharila bhuvana
SYNONYMS
ajna dila -- He ordered; hari bali' -- saying "Hari"; karaha bhojana --
all of you eat; hari hari-dhvani -- the resounding of "Hari, Hari"; uthi'
-- rising; bharila bhuvana -- filled the universe.
TRANSLATION
Lord Nityananda Prabhu ordered, "All of you eat, chanting the holy name
of Hari." Immediately the holy names "Hari, Hari" resounded, filling the
entire universe.
Antya 6.87
TEXT 87
TEXT
'hari' ‘hari' bali' vaisnava karaye bhojana
pulina-bhojana sabara ha-ila smarana
SYNONYMS
hari hari bali' -- chanting "Hari, Hari"; vaisnava -- all the Vaisnavas;
karaye bhojana -- eat; pulina-bhojana -- eating on the bank of the
Yamuna; sabara ha-ila smarana -- everyone could remember.
TRANSLATION
When all the Vaisnavas were chanting the holy names "Hari, Hari" and
eating, they remembered how Krsna and Balarama ate with Their companions
the cowherd boys on the bank of the Yamuna.
Antya 6.88
TEXT 88
TEXT
nityananda mahaprabhu -- krpalu, udara
raghunathera bhagye eta kaila angikara
SYNONYMS
nityananda mahaprabhu -- Lord Nityananda Prabhu and Lord Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; krpalu -- merciful; udara -- liberal; raghunathera bhagye --
by the great fortune of Raghunatha dasa; eta -- all this; kaila angikara
-- They accepted.
TRANSLATION
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Lord Nityananda Prabhu are extremely
merciful and liberal. It was Raghunatha dasa's good fortune that They
accepted all these dealings.
Antya 6.89
TEXT 89
TEXT
nityananda-prabhava-krpa janibe kon jana?
mahaprabhu ani' karaya pulina-bhojana
SYNONYMS
nityananda -- of Nityananda Prabhu; prabhava-krpa -- influence and mercy;
janibe -- can know; kon jana -- who; mahaprabhu ani' -- bringing Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu; karaya pulina-bhojana -- induces Him to eat on the
riverbank.
TRANSLATION
Who can understand the influence and mercy of Lord Nityananda Prabhu? He
is so powerful that He induced Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu to come eat
chipped rice on the bank of the Ganges.
Antya 6.90
TEXT 90
TEXT
sri-ramadasadi gopa premavista haila
ganga-tire ‘yamuna-pulina' jnana kaila
SYNONYMS
sri-ramadasa-adi -- headed by Sri Ramadasa; gopa -- the cowherd boys;
prema-avista haila -- became absorbed in ecstatic love; ganga-tire --
the bank of the Ganges River; yamuna-pulina -- the bank of the Yamuna
River; jnana kaila -- they thought.
TRANSLATION
All the confidential devotees who were cowherd boys, headed by Sri
Ramadasa, were absorbed in ecstatic love. They thought the bank of the
Ganges to be the bank of the Yamuna.
Antya 6.91
TEXT 91
TEXT
mahotsava suni' pasari nana-grama haite
cida, dadhi, sandesa, kala anila vecite
SYNONYMS
mahotsava suni' -- hearing about this festival; pasari -- the
shopkeepers; nana-grama -- various villages; haite -- from; cida --
chipped rice; dadhi -- yogurt; sandesa -- sweetmeats; kala -- bananas;
anila -- brought; vecite -- to sell.
TRANSLATION
When the shopkeepers of many other villages heard about the festival,
they arrived there to sell chipped rice, yogurt, sweetmeats and bananas.
Antya 6.92
TEXT 92
TEXT
yata dravya lana aise, saba mulya kari' laya
tara dravya mulya diya tahare khaoyaya
SYNONYMS
yata dravya -- all materials; lana -- bringing; aise -- come; saba --
all; mulya kari' laya -- Raghunatha purchased; tara dravya -- of their
goods; mulya diya -- giving the price; tahare khaoyaya -- fed them.
TRANSLATION
As they came, bringing all kinds of food, Raghunatha dasa purchased it
all. He gave them the price for their goods and later fed them the very
same food.
Antya 6.93
TEXT 93
TEXT
kautuka dekhite aila yata yata jana
sei cida, dadhi, kala karila bhaksana
SYNONYMS
kautuka -- these funny things; dekhite -- to see; aila -- arrived; yata
yata jana -- all kinds of men; sei -- they; cida -- chipped rice; dadhi -
- yogurt; kala -- bananas; karila bhaksana -- ate.
TRANSLATION
Anyone who came to see how these funny things were going on was also fed
chipped rice, yogurt and bananas.
Antya 6.94
TEXT 94
TEXT
bhojana kari' nityananda acamana kaila
cari kundira avasesa raghunathe dila
SYNONYMS
bhojana kari' -- after finishing eating; nityananda -- Nityananda Prabhu;
acamana kaila -- washing His hands and mouth; cari kundira -- of the
four pots; avasesa -- what was remaining; raghunathe dila -- delivered
to Raghunatha dasa.
TRANSLATION
After Lord Nityananda Prabhu finished eating, He washed His hands and
mouth and gave Raghunatha dasa the food remaining in the four pots.
Antya 6.95
TEXT 95
TEXT
ara tina kundikaya avasesa chila
grase-grase kari' vipra saba bhakte dila
SYNONYMS
ara -- other; tina kundikaya -- in three pots; avasesa chila -- there
was food remaining; grase-grase -- morsel by morsel; kari' -- delivering;
vipra -- a brahmana; saba bhakte -- to all the devotees; dila --
delivered.
TRANSLATION
There was food remaining in the three other big pots of Lord Nityananda,
and a brahmana distributed it to all the devotees, giving a morsel to
each.
Antya 6.96
TEXT 96
TEXT
puspa-mala vipra ani' prabhu-gale dila
candana aniya prabhura sarvange lepila
SYNONYMS
puspa-mala -- a flower garland; vipra -- a brahmana; ani' -- bringing;
prabhu-gale -- on the neck of Lord Nityananda Prabhu; dila -- placed;
candana aniya -- bringing sandalwood pulp; prabhura -- of Lord
Nityananda Prabhu; sarvange lepila -- smeared all over the body.
TRANSLATION
Then a brahmana brought a flower garland, placed the garland on
Nityananda Prabhu's neck and smeared sandalwood pulp all over His body.
Antya 6.97
TEXT 97
TEXT
sevaka tambula lana kare samarpana
hasiya hasiya prabhu karaye carvana
SYNONYMS
sevaka -- servant; tambula -- betel nuts; lana -- bringing; kare
samarpana -- offers; hasiya hasiya -- smiling; prabhu -- Lord Nityananda
Prabhu; karaye carvana -- chews.
TRANSLATION
When a servant brought betel nuts and offered them to Lord Nityananda,
the Lord smiled and chewed them.
Antya 6.98
TEXT 98
TEXT
mala-candana-tambula sesa ye achila
sri-haste prabhu taha sabakare banti' dila
SYNONYMS
mala-candana-tambula -- the flower garlands, sandalwood pulp and betel;
sesa ye achila -- whatever remained; sri-haste -- in His own hand;
prabhu -- Nityananda Prabhu; taha -- that; sabakare -- to all; banti'
dila -- distributed.
TRANSLATION
With His own hands Lord Nityananda Prabhu distributed to all the
devotees whatever flower garlands, sandalwood pulp and betel nuts
remained.
Antya 6.99
TEXT 99
TEXT
anandita raghunatha prabhura ‘sesa' pana
apanara gana-saha khaila bantiya
SYNONYMS
anandita -- being very happy; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; prabhura
sesa pana -- after getting the remnants left by Lord Nityananda Prabhu;
apanara gana -- his own associates; saha -- with; khaila -- ate; bantiya
-- distributing.
TRANSLATION
After receiving the remnants of food left by Lord Nityananda Prabhu,
Raghunatha dasa, who was greatly happy, ate some and distributed the
rest among his own associates.
Antya 6.100
TEXT 100
TEXT
ei ta' kahilun nityanandera vihara
'cida-dadhi-mahotsava'-name khyati yara
SYNONYMS
ei ta' -- in this way; kahilun -- I have described; nityanandera vihara -
- the pastimes of Lord Nityananda Prabhu; cida-dadhi-mahotsava -- the
festival of eating chipped rice and yogurt; name -- of the name; khyati -
- the fame; yara -- of which.
TRANSLATION
Thus I have described the pastimes of Lord Nityananda Prabhu in relation
to the celebrated festival of chipped rice and yogurt.
Antya 6.101
TEXT 101
TEXT
prabhu visrama kaila, yadi dina-sesa haila
raghava-mandire tabe kirtana arambhila
SYNONYMS
prabhu -- Nityananda Prabhu; visrama kaila -- took rest; yadi -- when;
dina-sesa haila -- the day was ended; raghava-mandire -- at the temple
of Raghava Pandita; tabe -- at that time; kirtana arambhila -- began
congregational chanting of the holy name.
TRANSLATION
Nityananda Prabhu rested for the day, and when the day ended He went to
the temple of Raghava Pandita and began congregational chanting of the
holy name of the Lord.
Antya 6.102
TEXT 102
TEXT
bhakta saba nacana nityananda-raya
sese nrtya kare preme jagat bhasaya
SYNONYMS
bhakta saba -- all the devotees; nacana -- making to dance; nityananda-
raya -- Lord Nityananda Prabhu; sese -- at the end; nrtya kare -- began
to dance; preme -- in ecstatic love; jagat bhasaya -- inundated the
entire world.
TRANSLATION
Lord Nityananda Prabhu first influenced all the devotees to dance, and
finally He Himself began dancing, thus inundating the entire world in
ecstatic love.
Antya 6.103
TEXT 103
TEXT
mahaprabhu tanra nrtya karena darasana
sabe nityananda dekhe, na dekhe anya-jana
SYNONYMS
mahaprabhu -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; tanra -- His; nrtya -- dancing;
karena darasana -- sees; sabe -- all; nityananda dekhe -- Nityananda
Prabhu sees; na dekhe -- do not see; anya-jana -- others.
TRANSLATION
Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu was observing the dancing of Lord
Nityananda Prabhu. Nityananda Prabhu could see this, but the others
could not.
Antya 6.104
TEXT 104
TEXT
nityanandera nrtya, -- yena tanhara nartane
upama dibara nahi e-tina bhuvane
SYNONYMS
nityanandera nrtya -- the dancing of Lord Nityananda Prabhu; yena -- as;
tanhara nartane -- with the dancing of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; upama
dibara nahi -- there cannot be any comparison; e-tina bhuvane -- within
these three worlds.
TRANSLATION
The dancing of Lord Nityananda Prabhu, like the dancing of Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu, cannot be compared to anything within these three worlds.
Antya 6.105
TEXT 105
TEXT
nrtyera madhuri keba varnibare pare
mahaprabhu aise yei nrtya dekhibare
SYNONYMS
nrtyera madhuri -- the sweetness of the dancing; keba -- who; varnibare
pare -- can describe; mahaprabhu aise -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu comes;
yei -- that; nrtya -- dancing; dekhibare -- to see.
TRANSLATION
No one can properly describe the sweetness of Lord Nityananda's dancing.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu personally comes to see it.
Antya 6.106
TEXT 106
TEXT
nrtya kari' prabhu yabe visrama karila
bhojanera lagi' pandita nivedana kaila
SYNONYMS
nrtya kari' -- after dancing; prabhu -- Lord Nityananda; yabe -- when;
visrama karila -- took rest; bhojanera lagi' -- for His eating; pandita -
- Raghava Pandita; nivedana kaila -- submitted a request.
TRANSLATION
After the dancing and after Lord Nityananda had rested, Raghava Pandita
submitted his request that the Lord take supper.
Antya 6.107
TEXT 107
TEXT
bhojane vasila prabhu nija-gana lana
mahaprabhura asana dahine patiya
SYNONYMS
bhojane -- to eat; vasila -- sat down; prabhu -- Lord Nityananda Prabhu;
nija-gana lana -- with His own personal associates; mahaprabhura -- of
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; asana -- sitting place; dahine patiya --
setting on the right side.
TRANSLATION
Lord Nityananda Prabhu sat down for supper with His personal associates
and made a sitting place on His right side for Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.108
TEXT 108
TEXT
mahaprabhu asi' sei asane vasila
dekhi' raghavera mane ananda badila
SYNONYMS
mahaprabhu -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; asi' -- coming; sei asane -- on
that seat; vasila -- sat down; dekhi' -- seeing; raghavera mane -- in
the mind of Raghava Pandita; ananda -- great happiness; badila --
increased.
TRANSLATION
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu came there and sat down at His place. Seeing
this, Raghava Pandita felt increasing happiness.
Antya 6.109
TEXT 109
TEXT
dui-bhai-age prasada aniya dharila
sakala vaisnave piche parivesana kaila
SYNONYMS
dui-bhai-age -- in front of the two brothers; prasada -- the remnants of
food offered to Lord Krsna; aniya -- bringing; dharila -- put; sakala
vaisnave -- to all the Vaisnavas; piche -- thereafter; parivesana kaila -
- distributed.
TRANSLATION
Raghava Pandita brought the prasadam before the two brothers and
thereafter distributed prasadam to all the other Vaisnavas.
Antya 6.110
TEXT 110
TEXT
nana-prakara pitha, payasa, divya salyanna
amrta nindaye aiche vividha vyanjana
SYNONYMS
nana-prakara pitha -- various types of cakes; payasa -- sweet rice;
divya salyanna -- fine cooked rice; amrta -- nectar; nindaye --
surpassed; aiche -- such; vividha vyanjana -- varieties of vegetables.
TRANSLATION
There were varieties of cakes, sweet rice and fine cooked rice that
surpassed the taste of nectar. There were also varieties of vegetables.
Antya 6.111
TEXT 111
TEXT
raghava-thakurera prasada amrtera sara
mahaprabhu yaha khaite aise bara bara
SYNONYMS
raghava-thakurera -- of Raghava Pandita; prasada -- food offered to the
Deity; amrtera sara -- the essence of nectar; mahaprabhu -- Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; yaha -- which; khaite -- to eat; aise -- came; bara bara --
again and again.
TRANSLATION
The food prepared and offered to the Deity by Raghava Pandita was like
the essence of nectar. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu came there again and
again to eat such prasadam.
Antya 6.112
TEXT 112
TEXT
paka kari' raghava yabe bhoga lagaya
mahaprabhura lagi' bhoga prthak badaya
SYNONYMS
paka kari' -- after cooking; raghava -- Raghava Pandita; yabe -- when;
bhoga lagaya -- offers food to the Deity; mahaprabhura lagi' -- for Lord
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; bhoga -- offering; prthak -- separate; badaya --
arranges.
TRANSLATION
When Raghava Pandita offered the food to the Deity after cooking, he
would make a separate offering for Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.113
TEXT 113
TEXT
prati-dina mahaprabhu karena bhojana
madhye madhye prabhu tanre dena darasana
SYNONYMS
prati-dina -- daily; mahaprabhu -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; karena
bhojana -- eats; madhye madhye -- sometimes; prabhu -- Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; tanre -- unto him; dena darasana -- gives His audience.
TRANSLATION
Every day, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu would eat at the house of Raghava
Pandita. Sometimes He would give Raghava Pandita the opportunity to see
Him.
Antya 6.114
TEXT 114
TEXT
dui bhaire raghava ani' parivese
yatna kari' khaoyaya, na rahe avasese
SYNONYMS
dui bhaire -- to the two brothers; raghava -- Raghava Pandita; ani' --
bringing; parivese -- distributed; yatna kari' -- with great attention;
khaoyaya -- fed Them; na rahe avasese -- there were no remnants.
TRANSLATION
Raghava Pandita would bring and distribute prasadam to the two brothers,
feeding Them with great attention. They ate everything, and therefore
there were no remnants left.
Antya 6.115
TEXT 115
TEXT
kata upahara ane, hena nahi jani
raghavera ghare randhe radha-thakurani
SYNONYMS
kata upahara -- many presentations; ane -- brings; hena -- such; nahi
jani -- I cannot understand; raghavera ghare -- at the house of Raghava
Pandita; randhe -- cooks; radha-thakurani -- the supreme mother, Srimati
Radharani.
TRANSLATION
He brought so many presentations that no one could know them perfectly.
Indeed, it was a fact that the supreme mother, Radharani, personally
cooked in the house of Raghava Pandita.
Antya 6.116
TEXT 116
TEXT
durvasara thani tenho panachena vara
amrta ha-ite paka tanra adhika madhura
SYNONYMS
durvasara thani -- from Durvasa Muni; tenho -- She; panachena vara --
got the benediction; amrta ha-ite -- than nectar; paka -- cooking; tanra
-- Her; adhika madhura -- more sweet.
TRANSLATION
Srimati Radharani received from Durvasa Muni the benediction that
whatever She cooked would be sweeter than nectar. That is the special
feature of Her cooking.
Antya 6.117
TEXT 117
TEXT
sugandhi sundara prasada -- madhuryera sara
dui bhai taha khana santosa apara
SYNONYMS
su-gandhi -- fragrant; sundara -- beautiful; prasada -- food; madhuryera
sara -- the essence of all sweetness; dui bhai -- the two brothers; taha
-- that; khana -- eating; santosa apara -- very, very happy.
TRANSLATION
Aromatic and pleasing to see, the food was the essence of all sweetness.
Thus the two brothers, Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Lord Nityananda
Prabhu, ate it with great satisfaction.
Antya 6.118
TEXT 118
TEXT
bhojane vasite raghunathe kahe sarva-jana
pandita kahe, -- inha pache karibe bhojana'
SYNONYMS
bhojane -- to eat; vasite -- to sit down; raghunathe -- unto Raghunatha
dasa; kahe -- requested; sarva-jana -- everyone; pandita kahe -- Raghava
Pandita said; inha -- this; pache -- later; karibe bhojana -- will take
food.
TRANSLATION
All the devotees present requested Raghunatha dasa to sit down and take
prasadam, but Raghava Pandita told them, "He will take prasadam later."
Antya 6.119
TEXT 119
TEXT
bhakta-gana akantha bhariya karila bhojana
'hari' dhvani kari' uthi' kaila acamana
SYNONYMS
bhakta-gana -- all the devotees; akantha -- up to the neck; bhariya --
filling; karila bhojana -- took prasadam; hari dhvani -- chanting of the
holy name of Hari; kari' -- doing; uthi' -- getting up; kaila acamana --
washed their mouths and hands.
TRANSLATION
All the devotees took prasadam, filling themselves to the brim.
Thereafter, chanting the holy name of Hari, they stood up and washed
their hands and mouths.
Antya 6.120
TEXT 120
TEXT
bhojana kari' dui bhai kaila acamana
raghava ani' paraila malya-candana
SYNONYMS
bhojana kari' -- after eating; dui bhai -- the two brothers; kaila
acamana -- washed Their hands and mouths; raghava -- Raghava Pandita;
ani' -- bringing; paraila -- decorated Them with; malya-candana --
flower garlands and sandalwood pulp.
TRANSLATION
After eating, the two brothers washed Their hands and mouths. Then
Raghava Pandita brought flower garlands and sandalwood pulp and
decorated Them.
Antya 6.121
TEXT 121
TEXT
bida khaoyaila, kaila carana vandana
bhakta-gane dila bida, malya-candana
SYNONYMS
bida khaoyaila -- he offered betel nuts; kaila carana vandana -- prayed
to the lotus feet; bhakta-gane -- unto the devotees; dila -- gave; bida -
- betel nuts; malya-candana -- garlands and sandalwood pulp.
TRANSLATION
Raghava Pandita offered Them betel nuts and worshiped Their lotus feet.
He also distributed betel nuts, flower garlands and sandalwood pulp to
the devotees.
Antya 6.122
TEXT 122
TEXT
raghavera krpa raghunathera upare
dui bhaiera avasista patra dila tanre
SYNONYMS
raghavera -- of Raghava Pandita; krpa -- mercy; raghunathera upare --
unto Raghunatha dasa; dui bhaiera -- of the two brothers; avasista -- of
remnants of food; patra -- the dishes; dila tanre -- offered to him.
TRANSLATION
Raghava Pandita, being very merciful toward Raghunatha dasa, offered him
the dishes with the remnants of food left by the two brothers.
Antya 6.123
TEXT 123
TEXT
kahila, -- "caitanya gosani kariyachena bhojana
tanra sesa paile, tomara khandila bandhana"
SYNONYMS
kahila -- he said; caitanya gosani -- Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu;
kariyachena bhojana -- has eaten; tanra sesa -- His remnants; paile --
if you take; tomara -- your; khandila -- will cease; bandhana -- bondage.
TRANSLATION
He said, "Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu has eaten this food. If you take
His remnants, you will be released from the bondage of your family."
Antya 6.124
TEXT 124
TEXT
bhakta-citte bhakta-grhe sada avasthana
kabhu gupta, kabhu vyakta, svatantra bhagavan
SYNONYMS
bhakta-citte -- in the heart of a devotee; bhakta-grhe -- at the house
of a devotee; sada avasthana -- always resides; kabhu gupta -- sometimes
hidden; kabhu vyakta -- sometimes manifest; svatantra -- fully
independent; bhagavan -- the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
TRANSLATION
The Supreme Personality of Godhead always resides either in the heart or
in the home of a devotee. This fact is sometimes hidden and sometimes
manifest, for the Supreme Personality of Godhead is fully independent.
Antya 6.125
TEXT 125
TEXT
sarvatra ‘vyapaka' prabhura sada sarvatra vasa
ihate samsaya yara, sei yaya nasa
SYNONYMS
sarvatra -- everywhere; vyapaka -- pervading; prabhura -- of the Supreme
Personality of Godhead; sada -- always; sarvatra -- everywhere; vasa --
residence; ihate -- about this; samsaya -- doubt; yara -- of whom; sei --
he; yaya nasa -- becomes annihilated.
TRANSLATION
The Supreme Personality of Godhead is all-pervasive, and therefore He
resides everywhere. Anyone who doubts this will be annihilated.
Antya 6.126
TEXT 126
TEXT
prate nityananda prabhu ganga-snana kariya
sei vrksa-mule vasila nija-gana lana
SYNONYMS
prate -- in the morning; nityananda prabhu -- Lord Nityananda Prabhu;
ganga snana -- bathing in the Ganges; kariya -- after doing; sei vrksa-
mule -- under that tree; vasila -- sat down; nija-gana lana -- with His
associates.
TRANSLATION
In the morning, after taking His bath in the Ganges, Nityananda Prabhu
sat down with His associates beneath the same tree under which He had
previously sat.
Antya 6.127
TEXT 127
TEXT
raghunatha asi' kaila carana vandana
raghava-pandita-dvara kaila nivedana
SYNONYMS
raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; asi' -- coming; kaila carana vandana --
worshiped His lotus feet; raghava-pandita-dvara -- through Raghava
Pandita; kaila nivedana -- submitted his desire.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa went there and worshiped Lord Nityananda's lotus feet.
Through Raghava Pandita, he submitted his desire.
Antya 6.128
TEXT 128
TEXT
"adhama, pamara mui hina jivadhama!
mora iccha haya -- pana caitanya-carana
SYNONYMS
adhama -- the most fallen; pamara -- the most sinful; mui -- I; hina --
condemned; jiva-adhama -- the lowest of all living beings; mora -- my;
iccha -- desire; haya -- is; pana -- I can get; caitanya-carana -- the
shelter of the lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
"I am the lowest of men, the most sinful, fallen and condemned.
Nevertheless, I desire to attain shelter at the lotus feet of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.129
TEXT 129
TEXT
vamana hana yena canda dharibare caya
aneka yatna kainu, tate kabhu siddha naya
SYNONYMS
vamana hana -- being a dwarf; yena -- as if; canda -- the moon;
dharibare -- to catch; caya -- wants; aneka yatna -- many attempts;
kainu -- I have made; tate -- in that; kabhu siddha naya -- I have not
been successful.
TRANSLATION
"Like a dwarf who wants to catch the moon, I have tried my best many
times, but I have never been successful.
Antya 6.130
TEXT 130
TEXT
yata-bara palai ami grhadi chadiya
pita, mata -- dui more rakhaye bandhiya
SYNONYMS
yata-bara -- as many times; palai -- go away; ami -- I; grha-adi chadiya
-- giving up my relationship with home; pita mata -- father and mother;
dui -- both of them; more -- me; rakhaye bandhiya -- keep bound.
TRANSLATION
"Every time I tried to go away and give up my home relationships, my
father and mother unfortunately kept me bound.
Antya 6.131
TEXT 131
TEXT
tomara krpa vina keha ‘caitanya' na paya
tumi krpa kaile tanre adhameha paya
SYNONYMS
tomara krpa -- Your mercy; vina -- without; keha -- anyone; caitanya --
Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; na paya -- cannot get; tumi krpa kaile --
if You are merciful; tanre -- Him; adhameha -- even the fallen soul;
paya -- can get.
TRANSLATION
"No one can attain the shelter of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu without Your
mercy, but if You are merciful, even the lowest of men can attain
shelter at His lotus feet.
Antya 6.132
TEXT 132
TEXT
ayogya mui nivedana karite kari bhaya
more ‘caitanya' deha' gosani hana sadaya
SYNONYMS
ayogya -- unfit; mui -- I; nivedana karite -- to submit my desires; kari
bhaya -- I am afraid; more -- unto me; caitanya deha' -- kindly give the
shelter of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; gosani -- O my Lord; hana sa-
daya -- being merciful.
TRANSLATION
"Although I am unfit and greatly afraid to submit this plea, I
nevertheless request You, Sir, to be especially merciful toward me by
granting me shelter at the lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.133
TEXT 133
TEXT
mora mathe pada dhari' karaha prasada
nirvighne caitanya pana -- kara asirvada"
SYNONYMS
mora mathe -- upon my head; pada dhari' -- keeping Your feet; karaha
prasada -- bless me; nirvighne -- without difficulty; caitanya pana -- I
may get the shelter of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; kara asirvada -- give
this benediction.
TRANSLATION
"Placing Your feet on my head, give me the benediction that I may
achieve the shelter of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu without difficulty. I
pray for this benediction."
Antya 6.134
TEXT 134
TEXT
suni' hasi' kahe prabhu saba bhakta-gane
"ihara visaya-sukha -- indra-sukha-sama
SYNONYMS
suni' -- hearing; hasi' -- smiling; kahe -- says; prabhu -- Lord
Nityananda Prabhu; saba bhakta-gane -- unto all the devotees; ihara --
of Raghunatha dasa; visaya sukha -- material happiness; indra-sukha --
the material happiness of the King of heaven, Indra; sama -- equal to.
TRANSLATION
After hearing this appeal by Raghunatha dasa, Lord Nityananda Prabhu
smiled and told all the devotees, "Raghunatha dasa's standard of
material happiness is equal to that of Indra, the King of heaven.
Antya 6.135
TEXT 135
TEXT
caitanya-krpate seha nahi bhaya mane
sabe asirvada kara -- pauka caitanya-carane
SYNONYMS
caitanya-krpate -- by the mercy of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; seha --
such a standard of material happiness; nahi bhaya -- he does not take as
valuable; mane -- in the mind; sabe -- all of you; asirvada kara -- give
the benediction; pauka -- let him get; caitanya-carane -- the shelter of
the lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
"Because of the mercy bestowed upon him by Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu,
Raghunatha dasa, although situated in such material happiness, does not
like it at all. Therefore let every one of you be merciful toward him
and give him the benediction that he may very soon attain shelter at the
lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.136
TEXT 136
TEXT
krsna-pada-padma-gandha yei jana paya
brahmaloka-adi-sukha tanre nahi bhaya"
SYNONYMS
krsna -- of Lord Krsna; pada-padma -- of the lotus feet; gandha -- the
fragrance; yei jana -- anyone who; paya -- gets; brahma-loka -- of
Brahmaloka; adi -- and so on; sukha -- happiness; tanre -- to him; nahi
bhaya -- does not appear valuable.
TRANSLATION
"One who experiences the fragrance of the lotus feet of Lord Krsna does
not value even the standard of happiness available in Brahmaloka, the
topmost planet. And what to speak of heavenly happiness?
Antya 6.137
TEXT 137
TEXT
yo dustyajan dara-sutan
suhrd-rajyam hrdi-sprsah
jahau yuvaiva mala-vad
uttama-sloka-lalasah
SYNONYMS
yah -- who (Bharata Maharaja); dustyajan -- difficult to give up; dara-
sutan -- wife and children; suhrt -- friends; rajyam -- kingdom; hrdi-
sprsah -- dear to the core of the heart; jahau -- gave up; yuva -- youth;
eva -- at that time; mala-vat -- like stool; uttama-sloka-lalasah --
being captivated by the transcendental qualities, pastimes and
association of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
TRANSLATION
"‘Lord Krsna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, is offered sublime,
poetic prayers by those trying to attain His favor. Thus He is known as
Uttamasloka. Being very eager to gain the association of Lord Krsna,
King Bharata, although in the prime of youth, gave up his very
attractive wife, affectionate children, most beloved friends and opulent
kingdom, exactly as one gives up stool after excreting it.'"
PURPORT
This verse is from Srimad-Bhagavatam (5.14.43).
Antya 6.138
TEXT 138
TEXT
tabe raghunathe prabhu nikate bolaila
tanra mathe pada dhari' kahite lagila
SYNONYMS
tabe -- then; raghunathe -- Raghunatha dasa; prabhu -- Lord Nityananda
Prabhu; nikate bolaila -- called nearby; tanra mathe -- on his head;
pada dhari' -- keeping His feet; kahite lagila -- began to speak.
TRANSLATION
Then Lord Nityananda Prabhu called Raghunatha dasa near Him, placed His
lotus feet upon Raghunatha dasa's head and began to speak.
Antya 6.139
TEXT 139
TEXT
"tumi ye karaila ei pulina-bhojana
tomaya krpa kari' gaura kaila agamana
SYNONYMS
tumi -- you; ye -- that; karaila -- caused to do; ei -- this; pulina-
bhojana -- picnic on the bank of the Ganges; tomaya -- unto you; krpa
kari' -- being merciful; gaura -- Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; kaila
agamana -- came.
TRANSLATION
"My dear Raghunatha dasa," He said, "since you arranged the feast on the
bank of the Ganges, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu came here just to show you
His mercy.
Antya 6.140
TEXT 140
TEXT
krpa kari' kaila cida-dugdha bhojana
nrtya dekhi' ratrye kaila prasada bhaksana
SYNONYMS
krpa kari' -- by His causeless mercy; kaila -- did; cida-dugdha bhojana -
- eating of the chipped rice and milk; nrtya dekhi' -- after seeing the
dancing; ratrye -- at night; kaila prasada bhaksana -- ate the prasadam.
TRANSLATION
"By His causeless mercy He ate the chipped rice and milk. Then, after
seeing the dancing of the devotees at night, He took His supper.
Antya 6.141
TEXT 141
TEXT
toma uddharite gaura aila apane
chutila tomara yata vighnadi-bandhane
SYNONYMS
toma -- you; uddharite -- to deliver; gaura -- Lord Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu, Gaurahari; aila apane -- came personally; chutila -- have
gone; tomara -- your; yata -- all kinds of; vighna-adi-bandhane --
impediments for bondage.
TRANSLATION
"Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Gaurahari, came here personally to
deliver you. Now rest assured that all the impediments meant for your
bondage are gone.
Antya 6.142
TEXT 142
TEXT
svarupera sthane toma karibe samarpane
'antaranga' bhrtya bali' rakhibe carane
SYNONYMS
svarupera sthane -- unto Svarupa Damodara; toma -- you; karibe samarpane
-- He will give; antaranga -- very confidential; bhrtya -- servant; bali'
-- as; rakhibe carane -- will keep under His lotus feet.
TRANSLATION
"Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu will accept you and place you under the charge
of His secretary, Svarupa Damodara. You will thus become one of the most
confidential internal servants and will attain shelter at the lotus feet
of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.143
TEXT 143
TEXT
niscinta hana yaha apana-bhavana
acire nirvighne pabe caitanya-carana"
SYNONYMS
niscinta -- without anxiety; hana -- being; yaha -- go; apana-bhavana --
to your own place; acire -- very soon; nirvighne -- without impediments;
pabe -- you will get; caitanya-carana -- the shelter of the lotus feet
of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
"Being assured of all this, return to your own home. Very soon, without
impediments, you will attain shelter at the lotus feet of Lord Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu."
Antya 6.144
TEXT 144
TEXT
saba bhakta-dvare tanre asirvada karaila
tan-sabara carana raghunatha vandila
SYNONYMS
saba -- all; bhakta-dvare -- by the devotees; tanre asirvada karaila --
had him blessed; tan-sabara -- of all of them; carana -- the lotus feet;
raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; vandila -- worshiped.
TRANSLATION
Lord Nityananda had Raghunatha dasa blessed by all the devotees, and
Raghunatha dasa offered his respects to their lotus feet.
Antya 6.145
TEXT 145
TEXT
prabhu-ajna lana vaisnavera ajna la-ila
raghava-sahite nibhrte yukti karila
SYNONYMS
prabhu-ajna -- the order of Lord Nityananda Prabhu; lana -- taking;
vaisnavera ajna -- the permission of all the Vaisnavas; la-ila -- he
took; raghava-sahite -- with Raghava Pandita; nibhrte -- in a solitary
place; yukti karila -- he consulted.
TRANSLATION
After taking leave of Lord Nityananda Prabhu and then all the other
Vaisnavas, Sri Raghunatha dasa consulted secretly with Raghava Pandita.
Antya 6.146
TEXT 146
TEXT
yukti kari' sata mudra, sona tola-sate
nibhrte dila prabhura bhandarira hate
SYNONYMS
yukti kari' -- after consultation; sata mudra -- one hundred coins; sona
-- in gold pieces; tola-sate -- about seven tolas (about two and a half
ounces); nibhrte -- secretly; dila -- delivered; prabhura -- of Lord
Nityananda Prabhu; bhandarira -- of the treasurer; hate -- into the hand.
TRANSLATION
After consulting with Raghava Pandita, he secretly delivered one hundred
gold coins and about seven tolas of gold into the hand of Nityananda
Prabhu's treasurer.
Antya 6.147
TEXT 147
TEXT
tanre nisedhila, -- "prabhure ebe na kahiba
nija-ghare yabena yabe tabe nivediba"
SYNONYMS
tanre -- him; nisedhila -- he forbade; prabhure -- unto Lord Nityananda
Prabhu; ebe -- now; na kahiba -- do not speak; nija-ghare -- to His home;
yabena -- will return; yabe -- when; tabe -- then; nivediba -- kindly
inform Him.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa admonished the treasurer, "Do not speak about this to
Lord Nityananda Prabhu now, but when He returns home, kindly inform Him
about this presentation."
Antya 6.148
TEXT 148
TEXT
tabe raghava-pandita tanre ghare lana gela
thakura darsana karana mala-candana dila
SYNONYMS
tabe -- thereupon; raghava-pandita -- Raghava Pandita; tanre -- him;
ghare lana gela -- took to his home; thakura darsana karana -- after
inducing him to see the Deity; mala-candana -- a garland and sandalwood
pulp; dila -- delivered.
TRANSLATION
Thereupon, Raghava Pandita took Raghunatha dasa to his home. After
inducing him to see the Deity, he gave Raghunatha dasa a garland and
sandalwood pulp.
Antya 6.149
TEXT 149
TEXT
aneka ‘prasada' dila pathe khaibare
tabe punah raghunatha kahe panditere
SYNONYMS
aneka prasada -- much prasadam; dila -- delivered; pathe khaibare -- to
eat on his way; tabe -- then; punah -- again; raghunatha kahe --
Raghunatha dasa said; panditere -- to Raghava Pandita.
TRANSLATION
He gave Raghunatha dasa a large quantity of prasadam to eat on his way
home. Then Raghunatha dasa again spoke to Raghava Pandita.
Antya 6.150
TEXT 150
TEXT
"prabhura sange yata mahanta, bhrtya, asrita jana
pujite cahiye ami sabara carana
SYNONYMS
prabhura sange -- with Lord Nityananda Prabhu; yata -- all; mahanta --
great devotees; bhrtya -- servants; asrita jana -- subservient people;
pujite -- to worship; cahiye -- want; ami -- I; sabara carana -- the
lotus feet of all of them.
TRANSLATION
"I want to give money," he said, "just to worship the lotus feet of all
the great devotees, servants and subservants of Lord Nityananda Prabhu.
Antya 6.151
TEXT 151
TEXT
bisa, panca-dasa, bara, dasa, panca haya
mudra deha' vicari' yara yata yogya haya
SYNONYMS
bisa -- twenty; panca-dasa -- fifteen; bara -- twelve; dasa -- ten;
panca -- five; haya -- are; mudra -- coins; deha' -- give; vicari' --
considering; yara -- of whom; yata -- as much; yogya haya -- is fit.
TRANSLATION
"As you think fit, give twenty, fifteen, twelve, ten or five coins to
each of them."
Antya 6.152
TEXT 152
TEXT
saba lekha kariya raghava-pasa dila
yanra name yata raghava cithi lekhaila
SYNONYMS
saba -- all; lekha kariya -- writing; raghava-pasa dila -- delivered to
Raghava Pandita; yanra name -- in whose name; yata -- as much; raghava --
Raghava Pandita; cithi -- a list; lekhaila -- had written.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa drew up an account of the amount to be given and
submitted it to Raghava Pandita, who then made up a list showing how
much money was to be paid to each and every devotee.
Antya 6.153
TEXT 153
TEXT
eka-sata mudra ara sona tola-dvaya
panditera age dila kariya vinaya
SYNONYMS
eka-sata mudra -- one hundred coins; ara -- and; sona -- gold; tola-
dvaya -- two tolas; panditera age -- before Raghava Pandita; dila --
presented; kariya vinaya -- with great humility.
TRANSLATION
With great humility, Raghunatha dasa placed one hundred gold coins and
about two tolas of gold before Raghava Pandita for all the other
devotees.
Antya 6.154
TEXT 154
TEXT
tanra pada-dhuli lana svagrhe aila
nityananda-krpa pana krtartha manila
SYNONYMS
tanra -- his; pada-dhuli -- the dust of the feet; lana -- taking; sva-
grhe aila -- returned to his home; nityananda-krpa -- the mercy of Lord
Nityananda Prabhu; pana -- getting; krtartha manila -- he felt greatly
obligated.
TRANSLATION
After taking dust from the feet of Raghava Pandita, Raghunatha dasa
returned to his home, feeling greatly obligated to Lord Nityananda
Prabhu because of having received His merciful benediction.
Antya 6.155
TEXT 155
TEXT
sei haite abhyantare na karena gamana
bahire durga-mandape yana karena sayana
SYNONYMS
sei haite -- from that day; abhyantare -- in the interior rooms; na
karena gamana -- did not go; bahire -- outside; durga-mandape -- to the
place where Durga worship was performed; yana -- going; karena sayana --
he sleeps.
TRANSLATION
From that day on, he did not go into the interior section of the house.
Instead, he would sleep on the Durga-mandapa [the place where mother
Durga was worshiped].
Antya 6.156
TEXT 156
TEXT
tanha jagi' rahe saba raksaka-gana
palaite karena nana upaya cintana
SYNONYMS
tanha -- there; jagi' -- keeping awake; rahe -- stay; saba -- all;
raksaka-gana -- the watch men; palaite -- to go away; karena -- does;
nana -- various; upaya -- means; cintana -- thinking of.
TRANSLATION
There, however, the watchmen alertly kept guard. Raghunatha dasa was
thinking of various means by which to escape their vigilance.
Antya 6.157
TEXT 157
TEXT
hena-kale gauda-desera saba bhakta-gana
prabhure dekhite nilacale karila gamana
SYNONYMS
hena-kale -- at this time; gauda-desera -- of Bengal; saba -- all;
bhakta-gana -- devotees; prabhure -- Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu;
dekhite -- to see; nilacale -- to Jagannatha Puri; karila gamana -- went.
TRANSLATION
At that time, all the devotees of Bengal were going to Jagannatha Puri
to see Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.158
TEXT 158
TEXT
tan-sabara sange raghunatha yaite na pare
prasiddha prakata sanga, tabahin dhara pade
SYNONYMS
tan-sabara -- all of them; sange -- with; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa;
yaite na pare -- could not go; prasiddha -- famous; prakata -- known;
sanga -- group; tabahin -- immediately; dhara pade -- he would be caught.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa could not accompany them, for they were so famous that
he would have been caught immediately.
Antya 6.159–160
TEXTS 159–160
TEXT
ei-mata cintite daive eka-dine
bahire devi-mandape kariyachena sayane
danda-cari ratri yabe ache avasesa
yadunandana-acarya tabe karila pravesa
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; cintite -- while he was thinking; daive -- by
chance; eka dine -- one day; bahire -- outside the house; devi-mandape --
on the Durga platform; kariyachena sayane -- was sleeping; danda-cari --
four dandas (ninety-six minutes); ratri -- night; yabe -- when; ache
avasesa -- there remained; yadunandana-acarya -- the priest of the name
Yadunandana Acarya; tabe -- then; karila pravesa -- entered.
TRANSLATION
Thus Raghunatha dasa thought deeply about how to escape, and one night
while he was sleeping on the Durga-mandapa, the priest Yadunandana
Acarya entered the house when only four dandas remained until the end of
the night.
Antya 6.161
TEXT 161
TEXT
vasudeva-dattera tenha haya ‘anugrhita'
raghunathera ‘guru' tenho haya ‘purohita'
SYNONYMS
vasudeva-dattera -- of Vasudeva Datta; tenha -- he; haya anugrhita --
was given the mercy; raghunathera -- of Raghunatha dasa; guru -- the
spiritual master; tenho -- he; haya -- was; purohita -- the priest.
TRANSLATION
Yadunandana Acarya was the priest and spiritual master of Raghunatha
dasa. Although born in a brahmana family, he had accepted the mercy of
Vasudeva Datta.
Antya 6.162
TEXT 162
TEXT
advaita-acaryera tenha ‘sisya antaranga'
acarya-ajnate mane -- caitanya ‘prana-dhana'
SYNONYMS
advaita-acaryera -- of Advaita Acarya; tenha -- Yadunandana Acarya;
sisya -- disciple; antaranga -- very confidential; acarya-ajnate -- by
the order of Advaita Acarya; mane -- he accepted; caitanya prana-dhana --
Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu as his life and soul.
TRANSLATION
Yadunandana Acarya had been officially initiated by Advaita Acarya. Thus
he considered Lord Caitanya his life and soul.
PURPORT
Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura comments that although the
atheists who have deviated from the order of Sri Advaita Acarya
introduce themselves as followers of Advaita Acarya, they do not accept
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu as the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krsna.
Yadunandana Acarya, one of the most confidential followers of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu, was the initiated disciple of Advaita Acarya. He
was not polluted by sentimental distinctions classifying Vaisnavas
according to birth. Therefore, although Vasudeva Datta had not been born
in a brahmana family, Yadunandana Acarya also accepted him as his
spiritual master.
Antya 6.163
TEXT 163
TEXT
angane asiya tenho yabe dandaila
raghunatha asi' tabe dandavat kaila
SYNONYMS
angane -- in the courtyard; asiya -- entering; tenho -- Yadunandana
Acarya; yabe -- when; dandaila -- stood up; raghunatha -- Raghunatha
dasa; asi' -- coming; tabe -- at that time; dandavat kaila -- offered
his respects, falling down.
TRANSLATION
When Yadunandana Acarya entered the house of Raghunatha dasa and stood
in the courtyard, Raghunatha dasa went there and fell down to offer his
obeisances.
Antya 6.164
TEXT 164
TEXT
tanra eka sisya tanra thakurera seva kare
seva chadiyache, tare sadhibara tare
SYNONYMS
tanra -- his; eka -- one; sisya -- disciple; tanra -- his; thakurera --
of the Deity; seva -- service; kare -- does; seva chadiyache -- he has
left that service; tare -- him; sadhibara tare -- to induce.
TRANSLATION
One of Yadunandana Acarya's disciples had been worshiping the Deity but
had left that service. Yadunandana Acarya wanted Raghunatha dasa to
induce the disciple to take up that service again.
Antya 6.165
TEXT 165
TEXT
raghunathe kahe, -- "tare karaha sadhana
seva yena kare, ara nahika brahmana"
SYNONYMS
raghunathe kahe -- he said to Raghunatha dasa; tare -- him; karaha
sadhana -- induce to accept the service; seva -- service; yena -- that;
kare -- he does; ara -- other; nahika -- there is no; brahmana --
brahmana.
TRANSLATION
Yadunandana Acarya requested Raghunatha dasa, "Please induce the
brahmana to resume the service, for there is no other brahmana to do it."
Antya 6.166
TEXT 166
TEXT
eta kahi' raghunathe lana calila
raksaka saba sesa-ratre nidraya padila
SYNONYMS
eta kahi' -- saying this; raghunathe lana -- taking Raghunatha dasa;
calila -- he went out; raksaka saba -- all the watchmen; sesa-ratre --
at the end of night; nidraya padila -- fell asleep.
TRANSLATION
After saying this, Yadunandana Acarya took Raghunatha dasa with him and
went out. By that time all the watchmen were deeply asleep because it
was the end of the night.
Antya 6.167
TEXT 167
TEXT
acaryera ghara ihara purva-disate
kahite sunite dunhe cale sei pathe
SYNONYMS
acaryera ghara -- the house of Yadunandana Acarya; ihara -- of this;
purva-disate -- to the east; kahite -- talking; sunite -- listening;
dunhe -- both of them; cale -- go; sei pathe -- on that path.
TRANSLATION
East of the house of Raghunatha dasa was the house of Yadunandana Acarya.
Yadunandana Acarya and Raghunatha dasa talked together as they went
toward that house.
Antya 6.168
TEXT 168
TEXT
ardha-pathe raghunatha kahe gurura carane
"ami sei vipre sadhi' pathaimu toma sthane
SYNONYMS
ardha-pathe -- halfway along the path; raghunatha kahe -- Raghunatha
dasa said; gurura carane -- unto the lotus feet of his spiritual master;
ami -- I; sei -- that; vipre -- brahmana; sadhi' -- inducing; pathaimu --
shall send; toma sthane -- to your place.
TRANSLATION
Halfway along the path, Raghunatha dasa submitted at the lotus feet of
his spiritual master, "I shall go to the home of that brahmana, induce
him to return, and send him to your home.
Antya 6.169
TEXT 169
TEXT
tumi sukhe ghare yaha -- more ajna haya"
ei chale ajna magi' karila niscaya
SYNONYMS
tumi -- you; sukhe -- in happiness; ghare yaha -- go to your place; more
-- to me; ajna -- order; haya -- is; ei chale -- on this plea; ajna magi'
-asking permission; karila niscaya -- decided.
TRANSLATION
"You may go home without anxiety. Following your order, I shall persuade
the brahmana." On this plea, after asking permission, Raghunatha dasa
decided to go away.
Antya 6.170
TEXT 170
TEXT
"sevaka raksaka ara keha nahi sange
palaite amara bhala eita prasange"
SYNONYMS
sevaka -- servant; raksaka -- watchman; ara -- and; keha nahi -- there
is no one; sange -- along; palaite -- to go away; amara -- my; bhala --
good; eita -- this; prasange -- opportunity.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa thought, "This is the greatest opportunity to go away
because this time there are no servants or watchmen with me."
Antya 6.171
TEXT 171
TEXT
eta cinti' purva-mukhe karila gamana
ulatiya cahe pache, -- nahi kona jana
SYNONYMS
eta cinti' -- thinking this; purva-mukhe -- toward the east; karila
gamana -- began to proceed; ulatiya -- turning around; cahe -- looks;
pache -- behind; nahi kona jana -- there was no one.
TRANSLATION
Thinking in this way, he quickly proceeded toward the east. Sometimes he
turned around and looked back, but no one was following him.
Antya 6.172
TEXT 172
TEXT
sri-caitanya-nityananda-carana cintiya
patha chadi' upapathe yayena dhana
SYNONYMS
sri-caitanya -- of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; nityananda -- of Lord
Nityananda Prabhu; carana -- the lotus feet; cintiya -- thinking of;
patha chadi' -- giving up the general pathway; upapathe -- by the path
not generally used; yayena dhana -- he went very swiftly.
TRANSLATION
Thinking of the lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Lord
Nityananda Prabhu, he left the general path and proceeded with great
haste on the one not generally used.
Antya 6.173
TEXT 173
TEXT
grame-gramera patha chadi' yaya vane vane
kaya-mano-vakye cinte caitanya-carane
SYNONYMS
grame-gramera -- from village to village; patha -- the general path;
chadi' -- giving up; yaya -- goes; vane vane -- through the jungles;
kaya-manah-vakye -- with body, mind and words; cinte -- thinks; caitanya
carane -- of the lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
Giving up the general path from village to village, he passed through
the jungles, thinking with heart and soul about the lotus feet of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.174
TEXT 174
TEXT
panca-dasa-krosa-patha cali' gela eka-dine
sandhya-kale rahila eka gopera bathane
SYNONYMS
panca-dasa-krosa -- about thirty miles; patha cali' -- walking on the
path; gela -- went; eka-dine -- in one day; sandhya-kale -- in the
evening; rahila -- remained; eka gopera -- of a milkman; bathane -- in
the cowshed.
TRANSLATION
He walked about thirty miles in one day, and in the evening he took rest
in the cowshed of a milkman.
Antya 6.175
TEXT 175
TEXT
upavasi dekhi' gopa dugdha ani' dila
sei dugdha pana kari' padiya rahila
SYNONYMS
upavasi -- fasting; dekhi' -- seeing; gopa -- the milkman; dugdha --
milk; ani' -- bringing; dila -- gave; sei dugdha -- that milk; pana kari'
-- drinking; padiya -- lying down; rahila -- he remained.
TRANSLATION
When the milkman saw that Raghunatha dasa was fasting, he gave him some
milk. Raghunatha dasa drank the milk and lay down to rest there for the
night.
Antya 6.176
TEXT 176
TEXT
etha tanra sevaka raksaka tanre na dekhiya
tanra guru-pase varta puchilena giya
SYNONYMS
etha -- here, at his home; tanra -- his; sevaka -- servant; raksaka --
watchman; tanre -- him; na dekhiya -- not seeing; tanra guru-pase --
from his spiritual master; varta -- news; puchilena -- inquired; giya --
going.
TRANSLATION
At the house of Raghunatha dasa, the servant and watchman, not seeing
him there, immediately went to inquire about him from his spiritual
master, Yadunandana Acarya.
Antya 6.177
TEXT 177
TEXT
tenha kahe, ‘ajna magi' gela nija-ghara'
'palaila raghunatha' -- uthila kolahala
SYNONYMS
tenha kahe -- he said; ajna magi' -- asking my permission; gela -- went;
nija ghara -- to his home; palaila raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa has
gone away; uthila -- arose; kolahala -- a tumultuous sound.
TRANSLATION
Yadunandana Acarya said, "He has already asked my permission and
returned home." Thus there arose a tumultuous sound, as everyone cried, "
Now Raghunatha has gone away!"
Antya 6.178
TEXT 178
TEXT
tanra pita kahe, -- "gaudera saba bhakta-gana
prabhu-sthane nilacale karila gamana
SYNONYMS
tanra -- his; pita -- father; kahe -- said; gaudera -- of Bengal; saba --
all; bhakta gana -- the devotees; prabhu-sthane -- to the place of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu; nilacale -- at Jagannatha Puri; karila gamana --
have gone.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa's father said, "Now all the devotees from Bengal have
gone to Jagannatha Puri to see Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.179
TEXT 179
TEXT
sei-sange raghunatha gela palana
dasa jana yaha, tare anaha dhariya"
SYNONYMS
sei-sange -- with them; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; gela palana --
has fled; dasa jana -- ten men; yaha -- go; tare -- him; anaha -- bring;
dhariya -- catching.
TRANSLATION
"Raghunatha dasa has fled with them. Ten men should immediately go catch
him and bring him back."
Antya 6.180
TEXT 180
TEXT
sivanande patri dila vinaya kariya
'amara putrere tumi diba bahudiya'
SYNONYMS
sivanande -- unto Sivananda Sena; patri -- a letter; dila -- sent;
vinaya kariya -- with great humility; amara putrere -- my son; tumi --
you; diba -- please give; bahudiya -- returning.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa's father wrote a letter to Sivananda Sena, asking him
with great humility, "Please return my son."
Antya 6.181
TEXT 181
TEXT
jhankara paryanta gela sei dasa jane
jhankarate paila giya vaisnavera gane
SYNONYMS
jhankara paryanta -- to the place known as Jhankara; gela -- went; sei
dasa jane -- those ten men; jhankarate -- at Jhankara; paila -- caught
up to; giya -- going; vaisnavera gane -- the group of Vaisnavas.
TRANSLATION
In Jhankara, the ten men caught up with the group of Vaisnavas going to
Nilacala.
Antya 6.182
TEXT 182
TEXT
patri diya sivanande varta puchila
sivananda kahe, -- ‘tenha etha na aila'
SYNONYMS
patri -- letter; diya -- delivering; sivanande -- unto Sivananda Sena;
varta -- news; puchila -- inquired; sivananda kahe -- Sivananda said;
tenha -- he; etha -- here; na aila -- did not come.
TRANSLATION
After delivering the letter, the men inquired from Sivananda Sena about
Raghunatha dasa, but Sivananda Sena replied, "He did not come here."
Antya 6.183
TEXT 183
TEXT
bahudiya sei dasa jana aila ghara
tanra mata-pita ha-ila cintita antara
SYNONYMS
bahudiya -- returning; sei -- those; dasa jana -- ten men; aila ghara --
came back home; tanra -- his; mata-pita -- mother and father; ha-ila --
became; cintita -- full of anxiety; antara -- within themselves.
TRANSLATION
The ten men returned home, and Raghunatha dasa's father and mother were
filled with anxiety.
Antya 6.184
TEXT 184
TEXT
etha raghunatha-dasa prabhate uthiya
purva-mukha chadi' cale daksina-mukha hana
SYNONYMS
etha -- here; raghunatha-dasa -- Raghunatha dasa; prabhate -- early in
the morning; uthiya -- rising; purva-mukha -- facing the east; chadi' --
giving up; cale -- began to proceed; daksina-mukha -- facing south; hana
-- being.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa, who had been resting at the milkman's house, got up
early in the morning. Instead of going to the east, he turned his face
south and proceeded.
Antya 6.185
TEXT 185
TEXT
chatrabhoga para hana chadiya sarana
kugrama diya diya karila prayana
SYNONYMS
chatra-bhoga -- the place named Chatrabhoga; para hana -- crossing;
chadiya -- giving up; sarana -- the royal road; kugrama diya diya --
going through village pathways; karila prayana -- proceeded.
TRANSLATION
He crossed Chatrabhoga, but instead of going on the general path, he
proceeded on the path that went from village to village.
PURPORT
Chatrabhoga, known now as Chada-khadi, is in the district of Twenty-four
Parganas in West Bengal. It is situated near the celebrated village
Jayanagara-majilapura. Formerly the Ganges or some of its branches
flowed through this region. Sometimes Chatrabhoga is misunderstood to
have been a village on the river Kansai-nadi in Benapola.
Antya 6.186
TEXT 186
TEXT
bhaksana apeksa nahi, samasta divasa gamana
ksudha nahi badhe, caitanya-carana-praptye mana
SYNONYMS
bhaksana apeksa nahi -- did not care for eating; samasta divasa -- all
day; gamana -- traveling; ksudha -- hunger; nahi badhe -- did not become
an impediment; caitanya-carana -- the lotus feet of Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; praptye -- on obtaining; mana -- mind.
TRANSLATION
Not caring about eating, he traveled all day. Hunger was not an
impediment, for his mind was concentrated upon obtaining shelter at the
lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.187
TEXT 187
TEXT
kabhu carvana, kabhu randhana, kabhu dugdha-pana
yabe yei mile, tahe rakhe nija prana
SYNONYMS
kabhu carvana -- sometimes chewing; kabhu randhana -- sometimes cooking;
kabhu dugdha-pana -- sometimes drinking milk; yabe -- when; yei --
whoever; mile -- meets; tahe -- in that way; rakhe -- keeps; nija prana -
- his life.
TRANSLATION
Sometimes he chewed fried grains, sometimes he cooked, and sometimes he
drank milk. In this way he kept his life and soul together with whatever
was available wherever he went.
Antya 6.188
TEXT 188
TEXT
bara dine cali' gela sri-purusottama
pathe tina-dina matra karila bhojana
SYNONYMS
bara dine -- for twelve days; cali' -- traveling; gela -- reached; sri-
purusottama -- Jagannatha Puri, or Nilacala, the place of Purusottama;
pathe -- on the path; tina-dina -- on three days; matra -- only; karila
bhojana -- he ate.
TRANSLATION
He reached Jagannatha Puri in twelve days but could eat only for three
days on the way.
Antya 6.189
TEXT 189
TEXT
svarupadi-saha gosani achena vasiya
hena-kale raghunatha milila asiya
SYNONYMS
svarupa-adi-saha -- in the company of devotees, headed by Svarupa
Damodara; gosani -- Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; achena vasiya -- was
sitting; hena-kale -- at this time; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa;
milila -- met; asiya -- coming.
TRANSLATION
When Raghunatha dasa met Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, the Lord was sitting
with His companions, headed by Svarupa Damodara.
Antya 6.190
TEXT 190
TEXT
anganete dure rahi' karena pranipata
mukunda-datta kahe, -- ‘ei aila raghunatha'
SYNONYMS
anganete -- in the courtyard; dure rahi' -- keeping himself at a distant
place; karena pranipata -- offered his obeisances; mukunda-datta kahe --
Mukunda Datta said; ei -- this; aila -- has come; raghunatha --
Raghunatha dasa.
TRANSLATION
Staying at a distant place in the courtyard, he fell down to offer
obeisances. Then Mukunda Datta said, "Here is Raghunatha."
Antya 6.191
TEXT 191
TEXT
prabhu kahena, -- ‘aisa', tenho dharila carana
uthi' prabhu krpaya tanre kaila alingana
SYNONYMS
prabhu kahena -- the Lord said; aisa -- come here; tenho -- he; dharila
carana -- caught His lotus feet; uthi' -- standing up; prabhu -- the
Lord; krpaya -- out of mercy; tanre -- him; kaila alingana -- embraced.
TRANSLATION
As soon as Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu heard these words, He immediately
welcomed Raghunatha dasa. "Come here," He said. Raghunatha dasa then
clasped the lotus feet of the Lord, but the Lord stood up and embraced
him out of His causeless mercy.
Antya 6.192
TEXT 192
TEXT
svarupadi saba bhaktera carana vandila
prabhu-krpa dekhi' sabe alingana kaila
SYNONYMS
svarupa-adi -- headed by Svarupa Damodara; saba bhaktera -- of all the
devotees; carana vandila -- offered prayers to the lotus feet; prabhu-
krpa -- the mercy of Lord Caitanya; dekhi' -- seeing; sabe -- all of
them; alingana kaila -- embraced.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa offered prayers at the lotus feet of all the devotees,
headed by Svarupa Damodara Gosvami. Seeing the special mercy Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu had bestowed upon Raghunatha dasa, they embraced him
also.
Antya 6.193
TEXT 193
TEXT
prabhu kahe, -- "krsna-krpa balistha saba haite
tomare kadila visaya-vistha-garta haite"
SYNONYMS
prabhu kahe -- Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu said; krsna-krpa -- the
mercy of Lord Krsna; balistha -- more powerful; saba haite -- than
anything; tomare -- you; kadila -- He has delivered; visaya -- of
material enjoyment; vistha -- of stool; garta -- the ditch; haite --
from.
TRANSLATION
Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu said, "The mercy of Lord Krsna is stronger
than anything else. Therefore the Lord has delivered you from the ditch
of materialistic life, which is like a hole into which people pass stool.
"
PURPORT
According to the law of karma, everyone is destined to suffer or enjoy
according to a certain material standard, but the mercy of Lord Krsna is
so powerful that the Lord can change all the reactions of one's past
karma, or fruitive activities. Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu specifically
drew attention to the mercy of Lord Krsna. That mercy is more powerful
than anything else, for it had saved Raghunatha dasa from the strong
bondage of materialistic life, which the Lord compared to a hole where
people pass stool. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu gave His verdict that those
addicted to the materialistic way of life are like worms that are living
in stool but cannot give it up. A grha-vrata, one who has decided to
live in a comfortable home although it is actually miserable, is in a
condemned position. Only the mercy of Krsna can save one from such
misery. Without Krsna's mercy, one cannot get out of the filthy
entanglement of materialistic life. The poor living entity cannot give
up his materialistic position on his own; only when granted the special
mercy of Krsna can he give it up. Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu knew very
well that Raghunatha dasa was already liberated. Nevertheless He
emphasized that Raghunatha dasa's life of material comfort as a very
rich man's son with a very beautiful wife and many servants to attend
him was like a ditch of stool. The Lord thus specifically indicated that
ordinary men who are very happy with material comforts and family life
are in no better position than worms in stool.
Antya 6.194
TEXT 194
TEXT
raghunatha mane kahe, -- ‘krsna nahi jani
tava krpa kadila ama, -- ei ami mani'
SYNONYMS
raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; mane kahe -- answered within his mind;
krsna -- Lord Krsna; nahi jani -- I do not know; tava -- Your; krpa --
mercy; kadila -- has delivered; ama -- me; ei -- this; ami mani -- I
accept.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa answered within his mind, "I do not know who Krsna is. I
simply know that Your mercy, O my Lord, has saved me from my family life.
"
Antya 6.195
TEXT 195
TEXT
prabhu kahena, -- "tomara pita-jyetha dui jane
cakravarti-sambandhe hama ‘aja' kari' mane
SYNONYMS
prabhu kahena -- Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu said; tomara -- your; pita-
jyetha -- father and his elder brother; dui jane -- both of them;
cakravarti-sambandhe -- because of a relationship with Nilambara
Cakravarti; hama -- I; aja kari' -- as My grandfathers; mane -- consider.
TRANSLATION
The Lord continued, "Your father and his elder brother are both related
as brothers to My grandfather, Nilambara Cakravarti. Therefore I
consider them My grandfathers.
PURPORT
Nilambara Cakravarti, the grandfather of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, was
very intimately related to Raghunatha dasa's father and uncle. Nilambara
Cakravarti used to call them his younger brothers because both of them
were very much devoted to the brahmanas and were very respectable
gentlemen. Similarly, they used to call him Dada Cakravarti, addressing
him as an elder brother brahmana. Raghunatha dasa, however, was almost
the same age as Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Generally a grandchild may
joke about his grandfather. Therefore Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu took
advantage of the relationship between His grandfather and Raghunatha
dasa's father and uncle to speak in a joking way.
Antya 6.196
TEXT 196
TEXT
cakravartira duhe haya bhratr-rupa dasa
ataeva tare ami kari parihasa
SYNONYMS
cakravartira -- of Nilambara Cakravarti; duhe -- both; haya -- are;
bhratr-rupa dasa -- servants as younger brothers; ataeva -- therefore;
tare -- unto them; ami -- I; kari parihasa -- say something jokingly.
TRANSLATION
"Since your father and his elder brother are younger brothers of
Nilambara Cakravarti, I may joke about them in this way.
Antya 6.197
TEXT 197
TEXT
tomara bapa-jyetha -- visaya-vistha-gartera kida
sukha kari' mane visaya-visera maha-pida
SYNONYMS
tomara -- your; bapa -- father; jyetha -- his elder brother; visaya --
of material enjoyment; vistha -- stool; gartera -- of the ditch; kida --
worms; sukha kari' -- as happiness; mane -- they consider; visaya -- of
material enjoyment; visera -- of the poison; maha-pida -- the great
disease.
TRANSLATION
"My dear Raghunatha dasa, your father and his elder brother are just
like worms in stool in the ditch of material enjoyment, for the great
disease of the poison of material enjoyment is what they consider
happiness.
PURPORT
When a man is attached to material enjoyment, he is attached to many
miserable conditions, but nevertheless he accepts his condemned position
as one of happiness. Sense enjoyment is so strong for such a person that
he cannot give it up, exactly as a worm in stool cannot give up the
stool. From the spiritual point of view, when a person is too absorbed
in material enjoyment, he is exactly like a worm in stool. Although such
a position is utterly miserable to the eyes of liberated souls, the
materialistic enjoyer is greatly attached to it.
Antya 6.198
TEXT 198
TEXT
yadyadi brahmanya kare brahmanera sahaya
'suddha-vaisnava' nahe, haye ‘vaisnavera praya'
SYNONYMS
yadyapi -- although; brahmanya kare -- give charity to the brahmanas;
brahmanera sahaya -- great helpers to the brahmanas; suddha-vaisnava --
pure Vaisnavas; nahe -- not; haye -- they are; vaisnavera praya --
almost like Vaisnavas.
TRANSLATION
"Although your father and uncle are charitable to brahmanas and greatly
help them, they are nevertheless not pure Vaisnavas. However, they are
almost like Vaisnavas.
PURPORT
As stated by Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura in his Amrta-pravaha-bhasya,
some people, usually very rich men, dress like Vaisnavas and give
charity to brahmanas. They are also attached to Deity worship, but
because of their attachment to material enjoyment, they cannot be pure
Vaisnavas. Anyabhilasita-sunyam jnana-karmady-anavrtam [Bhakti-rasamrta-
sindhu anyabhilasita-sunyam
jnana-karmady-anavrtam
anukulyena krsnanu-
silanam bhaktir uttama
"One should render transcendental loving service to the Supreme Lord
Krsna favorably and without desire for material profit or gain through
fruitive activities or philosophical speculation. That is called pure
devotional service." Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu 1.1.111.1.11]. The pure
Vaisnava has no desire for material enjoyment. That is the basic
qualification of a pure Vaisnava. There are men, especially rich men,
who regularly worship the Deity, give charity to brahmanas and are pious
in every respect, but they cannot be pure Vaisnavas. Despite their
outward show of Vaisnavism and charity, their inner desire is to enjoy a
higher standard of material life. Raghunatha dasa's father, Govardhana,
and uncle, Hiranya dasa, were both very charitable to brahmanas. Indeed,
the brahmanas from the Gaudiya district were practically dependent upon
them. Thus they were accepted as very pious gentlemen. However, they
presented themselves as Vaisnavas to the eyes of people in general,
although from a purely spiritual point of view they were ordinary human
beings, not pure Vaisnavas. Actual Vaisnavas considered them almost
Vaisnavas, not pure Vaisnavas. In other words, they were kanistha-
adhikaris, for they were ignorant of higher Vaisnava regulative
principles. Nevertheless, they could not be called visayis, or blind
materialistic enjoyers.
Antya 6.199
TEXT 199
TEXT
tathapi visayera svabhava -- kare maha-andha
sei karma karaya, yate haya bhava-bandha
SYNONYMS
tathapi -- still; visayera svabhava -- the potency of material enjoyment;
kare maha-andha -- makes one completely blind; sei karma karaya --
causes one to act in that way; yate -- by which; haya -- there is; bhava-
bandha -- the bondage of birth and death.
TRANSLATION
"Those who are attached to materialistic life and are blind to spiritual
life must act in such a way that they are bound to repeated birth and
death by the actions and reactions of their activities.
PURPORT
As clearly stated in the Bhagavad-gita (3.9), yajnarthat karmano ‘nyatra
loko ‘yam karma-bandhanah: if one does not act as a pure devotee,
whatever acts he performs will produce reactions of fruitive bondage (
karma-bandhanah). Similarly, in Srimad-Bhagavatam (5.5.4) it is said:
nunam pramattah kurute vikarma
yad indriya-pritaya aprnoti
na sadhu manye yata atmano ‘yam
asann api klesa-da asa dehah
"A materialistic person, madly engaged in activities for sense enjoyment,
does not know that he is entangling himself in repeated birth and death
and that his body, although temporary, is full of miseries." A visayi, a
person blindly caught in a web of materialistic life, remains in the
cycle of birth and death perpetually. Such a person cannot understand
how to execute pure devotional service, and therefore he acts as a karmi,
jnani, yogi or something else, according to his desire, but he does not
know that the activities of karma, jnana and yoga simply bind one to the
cycle of birth and death.
Antya 6.200
TEXT 200
TEXT
hena ‘visaya' haite krsna uddharila toma'
kahana na yaya krsna-krpara mahima"
SYNONYMS
hena visaya -- such a fallen condition of material enjoyment; haite --
from; krsna -- Lord Krsna; uddharila toma' -- has delivered you; kahana
na yaya -- cannot be described; krsna-krpara -- of the mercy of Lord
Krsna; mahima -- the glories.
TRANSLATION
"By His own free will, Lord Krsna has delivered you from such a
condemned materialistic life. Therefore the glories of Lord Krsna's
causeless mercy cannot be expressed."
PURPORT
In the Brahma-samhita (5.54) it is said, karmani nirdahati kintu ca
bhakti-bhajam. Lord Krsna is so merciful that He can stop the reactions
of karma for His devotee. Everyone -- from the small insect called indra-
gopa up to Indra, the King of heaven -- is bound by the reactions of
fruitive activities.
yas tv indra-gopam atha vendram aho sva-karma-
bandhanurupa-phala-bhajanam atanoti
karmani nirdahati kintu ca bhakti-bhajam
govindam adi-purusam tam aham bhajami
[Bs. 5.54]
Everyone, whether an insect or the King of heaven, is entangled and
bound by the actions and reactions of his karma. However, when one
becomes a pure devotee, free from material desires and from bondage to
karma, jnana and yoga, one is freed from material actions and reactions
by the causeless mercy of Krsna. One cannot express sufficient gratitude
to Krsna for being freed from the materialistic way of life.
Antya 6.201
TEXT 201
TEXT
raghunathera ksinata-malinya dekhiya
svarupere kahena prabhu krpardra-citta hana
SYNONYMS
raghunathera -- of Raghunatha dasa; ksinata -- thinness; malinya --
dirty condition of the body; dekhiya -- seeing; svarupere kahena -- said
to Svarupa Damodara Gosvami; prabhu -- Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu; krpa --
out of mercy; ardra -- melted; citta -- heart; hana -- being.
TRANSLATION
Seeing Raghunatha dasa skinny and dirty because of having traveled for
twelve days and fasted, Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, His heart melting
due to causeless mercy, spoke to Svarupa Damodara.
Antya 6.202
TEXT 202
TEXT
"ei raghunathe ami sanpinu tomare
putra-bhrtya-rupe tumi kara angikare
SYNONYMS
ei raghunathe -- this Raghunatha dasa; ami -- I; sanpinu tomare -- am
entrusting to you; putra -- son; bhrtya -- servant; rupe -- as; tumi --
you (Svarupa Damodara Gosvami); kara angikare -- please accept.
TRANSLATION
"My dear Svarupa," He said, "I entrust this Raghunatha dasa to you.
Please accept him as your son or servant.
Antya 6.203
TEXT 203
TEXT
tina ‘raghunatha'-nama haya amara gane
'svarupera raghu' -- aji haite ihara name"
SYNONYMS
tina raghunatha -- three Raghunathas; nama -- named; haya -- are; amara
gane -- among My associates; svarupera raghu -- the Raghunatha of
Svarupa Damodara; aji haite -- from this day; ihara -- of this one; name
-- the name.
TRANSLATION
"There are now three Raghunathas among My associates. From this day
forward, this Raghunatha should be known as the Raghu of Svarupa
Damodara."
PURPORT
Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu had three Raghus among His associates --
Vaidya Raghunatha (vide Adi-lila 11.22), Bhatta Raghunatha and Dasa
Raghunatha. Dasa Raghunatha became celebrated as the Raghunatha of
Svarupa.
Antya 6.204
TEXT 204
TEXT
eta kahi' raghunathera hasta dharila
svarupera haste tanre samarpana kaila
SYNONYMS
eta kahi' -- saying this; raghunathera -- of Raghunatha dasa; hasta
dharila -- caught the hand; svarupera haste -- in the hands of Svarupa
Damodara; tanre -- him; samarpana kaila -- entrusted.
TRANSLATION
Saying this, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu grasped the hand of Raghunatha dasa
and entrusted him to the hands of Svarupa Damodara Gosvami.
Antya 6.205
TEXT 205
TEXT
svarupa kahe, -- ‘mahaprabhura ye ajna haila'
eta kahi' raghunathe punah alingila
SYNONYMS
svarupa kahe -- Svarupa Damodara said; mahaprabhura -- of Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; ye -- whatever; ajna -- order; haila -- there is; eta kahi' -
- saying this; raghunathe -- Raghunatha dasa; punah -- again; alingila --
he embraced.
TRANSLATION
Svarupa Damodara Gosvami accepted Raghunatha dasa, saying, "Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu, whatever You order is accepted." He then embraced Raghunatha
dasa again.
Antya 6.206
TEXT 206
TEXT
caitanyera bhakta-vatsalya kahite na pari
govindere kahe raghunathe daya kari'
SYNONYMS
caitanyera -- of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; bhakta-vatsalya --
affection for devotees; kahite na pari -- I cannot express properly;
govindere -- to Govinda; kahe -- He said; raghunathe -- upon Raghunatha;
daya kari' -- being very merciful.
TRANSLATION
I cannot properly express the affection of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu for
His devotees. Being merciful toward Raghunatha dasa, the Lord spoke as
follows to Govinda.
Antya 6.207
TEXT 207
TEXT
"pathe inha kariyache bahuta langhana
kata-dina kara ihara bhala santarpana"
SYNONYMS
pathe -- on the way; inha -- this Raghunatha dasa; kariyache -- has done;
bahuta -- much; langhana -- fasting and difficult endeavor; kata-dina --
for some days; kara -- do; ihara -- of him; bhala -- good; santarpana --
attention.
TRANSLATION
"On the way, Raghunatha dasa has fasted and undergone hardships for many
days. Therefore, take good care of him for some days so that he may eat
to his satisfaction."
Antya 6.208
TEXT 208
TEXT
raghunathe kahe -- "yana, kara sindhu-snana
jagannatha dekhi' asi' karaha bhojana"
SYNONYMS
raghunathe kahe -- He said to Raghunatha dasa; yana -- going; kara
sindhu-snana -- bathe in the sea; jagannatha dekhi' -- after seeing Lord
Jagannatha; asi' -- after coming; karaha bhojana -- take your meal.
TRANSLATION
Then Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu told Raghunatha dasa, "Go bathe in the sea.
Then see Lord Jagannatha in the temple and return here to take your meal.
"
Antya 6.209
TEXT 209
TEXT
eta bali' prabhu madhyahna karite uthila
raghunatha-dasa saba bhaktere milila
SYNONYMS
eta bali' -- after saying this; prabhu -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu;
madhyahna karite -- for performing His midday duties; uthila -- got up;
raghunatha-dasa -- Raghunatha dasa; saba -- all; bhaktere -- devotees;
milila -- met.
TRANSLATION
After saying this, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu got up and went to perform
His midday duties, and Raghunatha met all the devotees present.
Antya 6.210
TEXT 210
TEXT
raghunathe prabhura krpa dekhi, bhakta-gana
vismita hana kare tanra bhagya-prasamsana
SYNONYMS
raghunathe -- unto Raghunatha dasa; prabhura -- of Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; krpa -- mercy; dekhi -- seeing; bhakta-gana -- all the
devotees; vismita -- struck with wonder; hana -- being; kare -- do;
tanra -- his; bhagya -- fortune; prasamsana -- praise.
TRANSLATION
Having seen the causeless mercy of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu upon
Raghunatha dasa, all the devotees, struck with wonder, praised his good
fortune.
Antya 6.211
TEXT 211
TEXT
raghunatha samudre yana snana karila
jagannatha dekhi' punah govinda-pasa aila
SYNONYMS
raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; samudre -- to the sea; yana -- going;
snana karila -- took a bath; jagannatha dekhi' -- after seeing Lord
Jagannatha; punah -- again; govinda-pasa aila -- came to Govinda.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa took his bath in the sea and saw Lord Jagannatha. Then
he returned to Govinda, the personal servant of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.212
TEXT 212
TEXT
prabhura avasista patra govinda tanre dila
anandita hana raghunatha prasada paila
SYNONYMS
prabhura -- of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; avasista patra -- a plate of
remnants of food; govinda -- the personal servant of the Lord; tanre --
to him; dila -- offered; anandita hana -- becoming very happy;
raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; prasada paila -- accepted the prasadam.
TRANSLATION
Govinda offered him a plate with the remnants of food left by Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu, and Raghunatha dasa accepted the prasadam with
great happiness.
Antya 6.213
TEXT 213
TEXT
ei-mata rahe tenha svarupa-carane
govinda prasada tanre dila panca dine
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; rahe -- remained; tenha -- he; svarupa-carane --
under the shelter of Svarupa Damodara Gosvami; govinda -- the personal
servant of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; prasada -- the remnants of the food
of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; tanre -- unto him; dila -- gave; panca dine -
- for five days.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa stayed under the care of Svarupa Damodara Gosvami, and
Govinda supplied him remnants of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu's food for five
days.
Antya 6.214
TEXT 214
TEXT
ara dina haite ‘puspa-anjali' dekhiya
simha-dvare khada rahe bhiksara lagiya
SYNONYMS
ara dina -- the next day; haite -- from; puspa-anjali -- the ceremony of
offering flowers to the Lord; dekhiya -- after seeing; simha-dvare -- at
the main gate; khada rahe -- remains standing; bhiksara lagiya -- for
begging some alms.
TRANSLATION
Beginning from the sixth day, Raghunatha dasa would stand at the gate
known as Simha-dvara to beg alms after the puspa-anjali ceremony, in
which flowers were offered to the Lord.
Antya 6.215
TEXT 215
TEXT
jagannathera sevaka yata -- ‘visayira gana'
seva sari' ratrye kare grhete gamana
SYNONYMS
jagannathera -- of Lord Jagannatha; sevaka -- servants; yata -- all;
visayira gana -- generally known as visayis; seva sari' -- after
finishing their service; ratrye -- at night; kare -- do; grhete gamana --
returning home.
TRANSLATION
After finishing their prescribed duties, the many servants of Lord
Jagannatha, who are known as visayis, return home at night.
Antya 6.216
TEXT 216
TEXT
simha-dvare annarthi vaisnave dekhiya
pasarira thani anna dena krpa ta' kariya
SYNONYMS
simha-dvare -- at the Simha gate; anna-arthi -- in need of some eatables;
vaisnave -- Vaisnavas; dekhiya -- seeing; pasarira thani -- from the
shopkeepers; anna dena -- deliver some eatables; krpa ta' kariya -- out
of mercy.
TRANSLATION
If they see a Vaisnava standing at the Simha-dvara begging alms, out of
mercy they arrange with the shopkeepers to give him something to eat.
Antya 6.217
TEXT 217
TEXT
ei-mata sarva-kala ache vyavahara
niskincana bhakta khada haya simha-dvara
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; sarva-kala -- for all time; ache -- is;
vyavahara -- the etiquette; niskincana bhakta -- a devotee who has no
other support; khada haya -- stands; simha-dvara -- at the gate known as
Simha-dvara.
TRANSLATION
Thus it is a custom for all time that a devotee who has no other means
of support stands at the Simha-dvara gate to receive alms from the
servants.
Antya 6.218
TEXT 218
TEXT
sarva-dina karena vaisnava nama-sankirtana
svacchande karena jagannatha darasana
SYNONYMS
sarva-dina -- the whole day; karena -- performs; vaisnava -- a Vaisnava;
nama-sankirtana -- chanting of the holy name of the Lord; svacchande --
with full freedom; karena -- does; jagannatha darasana -- seeing Lord
Jagannatha.
TRANSLATION
A completely dependent Vaisnava thus chants the holy name of the Lord
all day and sees Lord Jagannatha with full freedom.
Antya 6.219
TEXT 219
TEXT
keha chatre magi' khaya, yeba kichu paya
keha ratre bhiksa lagi' simha-dvare raya
SYNONYMS
keha -- some; chatre -- at the almshouse; magi' -- begging; khaya -- eat;
yeba -- whatever; kichu -- little; paya -- they receive; keha -- some;
ratre -- at night; bhiksa lagi' -- for begging alms; simha-dvare raya --
stand at the gate known as Simha-dvara.
TRANSLATION
It is a custom for some Vaisnavas to beg from the charity booths and eat
whatever they obtain, whereas others stand at night at the Simha-dvara
gate, begging alms from the servants.
Antya 6.220
TEXT 220
TEXT
mahaprabhura bhakta-ganera vairagya pradhana
yaha dekhi' prita hana gaura-bhagavan
SYNONYMS
mahaprabhura -- of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; bhakta-ganera -- of the
devotees; vairagya -- renunciation; pradhana -- the basic principle;
yaha dekhi' -- seeing which; prita hana -- becomes satisfied; gaura-
bhagavan -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
TRANSLATION
Renunciation is the basic principle sustaining the lives of Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu's devotees. Seeing this renunciation, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu,
the Supreme Personality of Godhead, is extremely satisfied.
PURPORT
Anyone, whether an ordinary materialistic person or a pure devotee, can
understand the behavior of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu's devotees if he
studies it minutely. One will thus find that the devotees of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu are not at all attached to any kind of material
enjoyment. They have completely given up sense enjoyment to engage fully
in the service of Lord Sri Krsna and dedicate their lives and souls to
serving Krsna without material desires. Because their devotional service
is free from material desires, it is unimpeded by material circumstances.
Although ordinary men have great difficulty understanding this attitude
of the devotees, it is greatly appreciated by the Supreme Personality of
Godhead, Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.221
TEXT 221
TEXT
prabhure govinda kahe, -- "raghunatha ‘prasada' na laya
ratrye simha-dvare khada hana magi' khaya"
SYNONYMS
prabhure -- unto Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; govinda kahe -- Govinda
said; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; prasada na laya -- does not take
prasadam; ratrye -- at night; simha-dvare -- at the Simha-dvara gate;
khada hana -- standing; magi' -- begging; khaya -- he eats.
TRANSLATION
Govinda said to Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, "Raghunatha dasa no longer
takes prasadam here. Now he stands at the Simha-dvara, where he begs
some alms to eat."
Antya 6.222
TEXT 222
TEXT
suni' tusta hana prabhu kahite lagila
"bhala kaila, vairagira dharma acarila
SYNONYMS
suni' -- hearing; tusta hana -- being very satisfied; prabhu -- Lord Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu; kahite lagila -- began to say; bhala kaila -- he
has done well; vairagira -- of a person in the renounced order; dharma --
the principles; acarila -- he has performed.
TRANSLATION
When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu heard this, He was greatly satisfied. "
Raghunatha dasa has done well," He said. "He has acted suitably for a
person in the renounced order.
Antya 6.223
TEXT 223
TEXT
vairagi karibe sada nama-sankirtana
magiya khana kare jivana raksana
SYNONYMS
vairagi -- a person in the renounced order; karibe -- will do; sada --
always; nama-sankirtana -- chanting of the holy name of the Lord; magiya
-- by begging; khana -- eating; kare jivana raksana -- he sustains his
life.
TRANSLATION
"A person in the renounced order should always chant the holy name of
the Lord. He should beg some alms to eat, and he should sustain his life
in this way.
PURPORT
As stated in the Hari-bhakti-vilasa at the end of the Twentieth Vilasa (
20.366, 379, 382):
krtyany etani tu prayo grhinam dhaninam satam
likhitani na tu tyakta-parigraha-mahatmanam
prabhate cardha-ratre ca madhyahne divasa-ksaye
kirtayanti harim ye vai te taranti bhavarnavam
evam ekantinam prayah kirtanam smaranam prabhoh
kurvatam parama-pritya krtyam anyan na rocate
A well-to-do householder Vaisnava cannot live like a person in the
renounced order who completely takes shelter of the holy name. Such a
householder should chant the holy name of Krsna in the morning, at
midday and in the evening. Then he will be able to cross beyond
nescience. Pure devotees in the renounced order, however, who fully
surrender to the lotus feet of Krsna, should chant the holy name of the
Lord with great love and faith, always thinking of Krsna's lotus feet.
They should have no occupation other than chanting the holy name of the
Lord. In the Bhakti-sandarbha (283), Srila Jiva Gosvami says:
yady api sri-bhagavata-mate panca-ratradi-vad-arcana-margasyavasyakatvam
nasti, tad vinapi saranapatty-adinam ekatarenapi purusartha-siddher
abhihitatvat.
"It is Srimad-Bhagavatam's opinion that the process of Deity worship is
not actually necessary, just as the specific prescriptions of the
Pancaratra and other scriptures do not have to be followed. The
Bhagavatam enjoins that even without practicing Deity worship one can
achieve the complete success of human life by any of the other
devotional processes, such as simply offering oneself at the Lord's feet
for His protection."
Antya 6.224
TEXT 224
TEXT
vairagi hana yeba kare parapeksa
karya-siddhi nahe, krsna karena upeksa
SYNONYMS
vairagi hana -- being in the renounced order; yeba -- anyone who; kare --
does; para-apeksa -- dependence on others; karya-siddhi nahe -- he does
not become successful; krsna -- Lord Krsna; karena upeksa -- neglects.
TRANSLATION
"A vairagi [a person in the renounced order] should not depend on others.
If he does so, he will be unsuccessful, and he will be neglected by
Krsna.
Antya 6.225
TEXT 225
TEXT
vairagi hana kare jihvara lalasa
paramartha yaya, ara haya rasera vasa
SYNONYMS
vairagi hana -- being in the renounced order; kare -- does; jihvara --
of the tongue; lalasa -- lust; parama-artha -- the goal of life; yaya --
goes; ara -- and; haya -- becomes; rasera vasa -- dependent on taste.
TRANSLATION
"If a renunciant is eager for his tongue to taste different foods, his
spiritual life will be lost, and he will be subservient to the tastes of
his tongue.
Antya 6.226
TEXT 226
TEXT
vairagira krtya -- sada nama-sankirtana
saka-patra-phala-mule udara-bharana
SYNONYMS
vairagira -- of a person in the renounced order; krtya -- duty; sada --
always; nama-sankirtana -- chanting the holy name of the Lord; saka --
vegetables; patra -- leaves; phala -- fruit; mule -- by roots; udara-
bharana -- filling the belly.
TRANSLATION
"The duty of a person in the renounced order is to chant the Hare Krsna
mantra always. He should satisfy his belly with whatever vegetables,
leaves, fruits and roots are available.
Antya 6.227
TEXT 227
TEXT
jihvara lalase yei iti-uti dhaya
sisnodara-parayana krsna nahi paya"
SYNONYMS
jihvara -- of the tongue; lalase -- because of greed; yei -- anyone who;
iti-uti -- here and there; dhaya -- goes; sisna -- genitals; udara --
belly; parayana -- devoted to; krsna -- Lord Krsna; nahi paya -- does
not get.
TRANSLATION
"One who is subservient to the tongue and who thus goes here and there,
devoted to the genitals and the belly, cannot attain Krsna."
Antya 6.228
TEXT 228
TEXT
ara dina raghunatha svarupa-carane
apanara krtya lagi' kaila nivedane
SYNONYMS
ara dina -- the next day; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; svarupa-carane -
- unto the lotus feet of Svarupa Damodara Gosvami; apanara -- his; krtya
-- duty; lagi' -- for; kaila nivedane -- submitted.
TRANSLATION
The next day, Raghunatha dasa inquired at the lotus feet of Svarupa
Damodara about his duty.
Antya 6.229
TEXT 229
TEXT
"ki lagi' chadaila ghara, na jani uddesa
ki mora kartavya, prabhu kara upadesa"
SYNONYMS
ki lagi' -- for what reason; chadaila ghara -- have I been obliged to
give up my household life; na jani -- I do not know; uddesa -- the
purpose; ki -- what; mora kartavya -- my duty; prabhu -- my dear Lord;
kara upadesa -- please give instruction.
TRANSLATION
"I do not know why I have given up household life," he said. "What is my
duty? Kindly give me instructions."
Antya 6.230
TEXT 230
TEXT
prabhura age katha-matra na kahe raghunatha
svarupa-govinda-dvara kahaya nija-bat
SYNONYMS
prabhura age -- in front of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; katha-matra -- any
speaking; na kahe -- does not say; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa;
svarupa-govinda-dvara -- through Govinda and Svarupa Damodara Gosvami;
kahaya -- he informs; nija-bat -- his intention.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa never even spoke a word before the Lord. Instead, he
informed the Lord of his desires through Svarupa Damodara Gosvami and
Govinda.
Antya 6.231
TEXT 231
TEXT
prabhura age svarupa nivedila ara dine
raghunatha nivedaya prabhura carane
SYNONYMS
prabhura age -- in front of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; svarupa -- Svarupa
Damodara Gosvami; nivedila -- submitted; ara dine -- on the next day;
raghunatha nivedaya -- Raghunatha dasa inquires; prabhura carane -- at
the lotus feet of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
The next day, Svarupa Damodara Gosvami submitted to Lord Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu, "Raghunatha dasa has this to say at Your lotus feet.
Antya 6.232
TEXT 232
TEXT
"ki mora kartavya, muni na jani uddesa
apani sri-mukhe more kara upadesa"
SYNONYMS
ki -- what; mora kartavya -- my duty; muni -- I; na jani -- do not know;
uddesa -- the goal of my life; apani -- personally; sri-mukhe -- through
Your transcendental mouth; more -- unto me; kara upadesa -- please give
instructions.
TRANSLATION
"‘I do not know my duty or the goal of my life. Therefore, please
personally give me instructions from Your transcendental mouth.'"
Antya 6.233
TEXT 233
TEXT
hasi' mahaprabhu raghunathere kahila
"tomara upadesta kari' svarupere dila
SYNONYMS
hasi' -- smiling; mahaprabhu -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; raghunathere --
to Raghunatha dasa; kahila -- said; tomara -- your; upadesta --
instructor; kari' -- as; svarupere dila -- I have appointed Svarupa
Damodara Gosvami.
TRANSLATION
Smiling, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu told Raghunatha dasa, "I have already
appointed Svarupa Damodara Gosvami as your instructor.
Antya 6.234
TEXT 234
TEXT
'sadhya'-‘sadhana'-tattva sikha inhara sthane
ami tata nahi jani, inho yata jane
SYNONYMS
sadhya -- duty; sadhana -- how to execute it; tattva -- truth; sikha --
learn; inhara sthane -- from him; ami -- I; tata -- so much; nahi jani --
do not know; inho -- he; yata -- as much as; jane -- knows.
TRANSLATION
"You may learn from him what your duty is and how to discharge it. I do
not know as much as he.
Antya 6.235
TEXT 235
TEXT
tathapi amara ajnaya sraddha yadi haya
amara ei vakye tabe kariha niscaya
SYNONYMS
tathapi -- still; amara ajnaya -- in My instruction; sraddha -- faith;
yadi -- if; haya -- there is; amara -- My; ei -- these; vakye -- by
words; tabe -- then; kariha niscaya -- you can ascertain.
TRANSLATION
"Nevertheless, if you want to take instructions from Me with faith and
love, you may ascertain your duties from the following words.
Antya 6.236
TEXT 236
TEXT
gramya-katha na sunibe, gramya-varta na kahibe
bhala na khaibe ara bhala na paribe
SYNONYMS
gramya-katha -- ordinary talks of common men; na sunibe -- never hear;
gramya-varta -- ordinary news; na kahibe -- do not speak; bhala -- well;
na khaibe -- do not eat; ara -- and; bhala -- nicely; na paribe -- do
not dress.
TRANSLATION
"Do not talk like people in general or hear what they say. You should
not eat very palatable food, nor should you dress very nicely.
Antya 6.237
TEXT 237
TEXT
amani manada hana krsna-nama sada la'be
vraje radha-krsna-seva manase karibe
SYNONYMS
amani -- not expecting any respect; mana-da -- offering respect to
others; hana -- becoming; krsna-nama -- the holy name of the Lord; sada -
- always; la'be -- you should chant; vraje -- in Vrndavana; radha-krsna-
seva -- service to Radha and Krsna; manase -- within the mind; karibe --
you should do.
TRANSLATION
"Do not expect honor, but offer all respect to others. Always chant the
holy name of Lord Krsna, and within your mind render service to Radha
and Krsna in Vrndavana.
PURPORT
Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura says in his Amrta-pravaha-bhasya that when a
man and woman are married, they beget children and are thus entangled in
family life. Talk concerning such family life is called gramya-katha. A
person in the renounced order never indulges in either hearing or
talking about such subjects. He should not eat palatable dishes, since
that is unfit for a person in the renounced order. He should show all
respect to others, but should not expect respect for himself. In this
way, one should chant the holy name of the Lord and think of how to
serve Radha and Krsna in Vrndavana.
Antya 6.238
TEXT 238
TEXT
ei ta' sanksepe ami kailun upadesa
svarupera thani ihara paibe visesa
SYNONYMS
ei -- this; ta' -- certainly; sanksepe -- in brief; ami -- I; kailun
upadesa -- have given instruction; svarupera thani -- from Svarupa
Damodara; ihara -- of this instruction; paibe -- you will get; visesa --
all details.
TRANSLATION
"I have briefly given you My instructions. Now you will get all details
about them from Svarupa Damodara.
Antya 6.239
TEXT 239
TEXT
trnad api su-nicena
taror iva sahisnuna
amanina mana-dena
kirtaniyah sada harih"
SYNONYMS
trnad api -- than downtrodden grass; su-nicena -- being lower; taroh
-- than a tree; iva -- indeed; sahisnuna -- with more tolerance; amanina
-- without being puffed up by false pride; mana-dena -- giving respect
to all; kirtaniyah -- to be chanted; sada -- always; harih -- the holy
name of the Lord.
TRANSLATION
"One who thinks himself lower than grass, who is more tolerant than a
tree, and who does not expect personal honor but is always prepared to
give respect to others can very easily always chant the holy name of the
Lord."
Antya 6.240
TEXT 240
TEXT
eta suni' raghunatha vandila carana
mahaprabhu kaila tanre krpa-alingana
SYNONYMS
eta suni' -- hearing this; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; vandila carana
-- offered prayers to the lotus feet; mahaprabhu -- Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; kaila -- did; tanre -- him; krpa-alingana -- embracing out
of mercy.
TRANSLATION
Having heard this, Raghunatha dasa offered prayers at the lotus feet of
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, and the Lord, out of great mercy, embraced him.
Antya 6.241
TEXT 241
TEXT
punah samarpila tanre svarupera sthane
'antaranga-seva' kare svarupera sane
SYNONYMS
punah -- again; samarpila -- handed over; tanre -- him; svarupera sthane
-- to Svarupa Damodara; antaranga-seva -- very confidential service;
kare -- he renders; svarupera sane -- with Svarupa Damodara.
TRANSLATION
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu again entrusted him to Svarupa Damodara. Thus
Raghunatha dasa rendered very confidential service with Svarupa Damodara
Gosvami.
PURPORT
Antaranga-seva refers to service performed in one's spiritual body.
Svarupa Damodara Gosvami was formerly Lalitadevi. Raghunatha dasa
Gosvami, who was among his assistants, now also began to serve Radha and
Krsna within his mind.
Antya 6.242
TEXT 242
TEXT
hena-kale aila saba gaudera bhakta-gana
purvavat prabhu sabaya karila milana
SYNONYMS
hena-kale -- at this time; aila -- came; saba -- all; gaudera bhakta-
gana -- devotees from Bengal; purva-vat -- as formerly; prabhu -- Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu; sabaya -- every one of them; karila milana -- met.
TRANSLATION
At this time, all the devotees from Bengal arrived, and, as previously,
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu met them with great feeling.
Antya 6.243
TEXT 243
TEXT
saba lana kaila prabhu gundica-marjana
saba lana kaila prabhu vanya-bhojana
SYNONYMS
saba lana -- taking all of them; kaila -- performed; prabhu -- Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu; gundica-marjana -- washing of the Gundica temple;
saba lana -- with all of them; kaila -- performed; prabhu -- Sri
Caitanya; vanya-bhojana -- eating in the garden.
TRANSLATION
As He had previously done, He cleansed the Gundica temple and held a
picnic feast in the garden with the devotees.
Antya 6.244
TEXT 244
TEXT
ratha-yatraya saba lana karila nartana
dekhi' raghunathera camatkara haila mana
SYNONYMS
ratha-yatraya -- during the Ratha-yatra performance; saba lana -- taking
all of them; karila nartana -- danced; dekhi' -- seeing; raghunathera --
of Raghunatha dasa; camatkara -- struck with wonder; haila -- became;
mana -- the mind.
TRANSLATION
The Lord again danced with the devotees during the Ratha-yatra festival.
Seeing this, Raghunatha dasa was struck with wonder.
Antya 6.245
TEXT 245
TEXT
raghunatha-dasa yabe sabare milila
advaita-acarya tanre bahu krpa kaila
SYNONYMS
raghunatha-dasa -- Raghunatha dasa; yabe -- when; sabare milila -- met
all the devotees; advaita-acarya -- Advaita Acarya; tanre -- unto him;
bahu -- much; krpa -- mercy; kaila -- did.
TRANSLATION
When Raghunatha dasa met all the devotees, Advaita Acarya showed him
great mercy.
Antya 6.246
TEXT 246
TEXT
sivananda-sena tanre kahena vivarana
toma laite tomara pita pathaila dasa jana
SYNONYMS
sivananda-sena -- Sivananda Sena; tanre -- unto him; kahena -- says;
vivarana -- description; toma laite -- to take you; tomara pita -- your
father; pathaila -- sent; dasa jana -- ten men.
TRANSLATION
He also met Sivananda Sena, who informed him, "Your father sent ten men
to take you away.
Antya 6.247
TEXT 247
TEXT
tomare pathaite patri pathaila more
jhankara ha-ite toma na pana gela ghare
SYNONYMS
tomare -- you; pathaite -- to send back; patri -- letter; pathaila more -
- sent to me; jhankara ha-ite -- from Jhankara; toma -- you; na pana --
not getting; gela ghare -- returned home.
TRANSLATION
"He wrote me a letter asking me to send you back, but when those ten men
received no information about you, they returned home from Jhankara."
Antya 6.248
TEXT 248
TEXT
cari masa rahi' bhakta-gana gaude gela
suni' raghunathera pita manusya pathaila
SYNONYMS
cari masa -- for four months; rahi' -- remaining; bhakta-gana -- all the
devotees; gaude gela -- returned to Bengal; suni' -- hearing;
raghunathera pita -- the father of Raghunatha dasa; manusya -- a man;
pathaila -- sent.
TRANSLATION
When all the devotees from Bengal returned home after staying at
Jagannatha Puri for four months, Raghunatha dasa's father heard about
their arrival and therefore sent a man to Sivananda Sena.
Antya 6.249
TEXT 249
TEXT
se manusya sivananda-senere puchila
"mahaprabhura sthane eka ‘vairagi' dekhila
SYNONYMS
se manusya -- that messenger; sivananda-senere -- from Sivananda Sena;
puchila -- inquired; mahaprabhura sthane -- at the place of Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; eka vairagi -- a person in the renounced order; dekhila --
did you see.
TRANSLATION
That man inquired from Sivananda Sena, "Did you see anyone in the
renounced order at the residence of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu?
Antya 6.250
TEXT 250
TEXT
govardhanera putra tenho, nama -- ‘raghunatha'
nilacale paricaya ache tomara satha?"
SYNONYMS
govardhanera -- of Govardhana; putra -- the son; tenho -- he; nama --
named; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; nilacale -- in Nilacala; paricaya
ache -- is there acquaintance; tomara satha -- with you.
TRANSLATION
"That person is Raghunatha dasa, the son of Govardhana Majumadara. Did
you meet him in Nilacala?"
Antya 6.251
TEXT 251
TEXT
sivananda kahe, -- "tenho haya prabhura sthane
parama vikhyata tenho, keba nahi jane
SYNONYMS
sivananda kahe -- Sivananda Sena replied; tenho -- he; haya -- is;
prabhura sthane -- with Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; parama vikhyata --
very famous; tenho -- he; keba -- who; nahi jane -- does not know.
TRANSLATION
Sivananda Sena replied, "Yes, sir. Raghunatha dasa is with Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu and is a very famous man. Who does not know him?
Antya 6.252
TEXT 252
TEXT
svarupera sthane tare kariyachena samarpana
prabhura bhakta-ganera tenho haya prana-sama
SYNONYMS
svarupera sthane -- to Svarupa Damodara; tare -- him; kariyachena
samarpana -- Lord Caitanya has given charge of; prabhura -- of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu; bhakta-ganera -- of all the devotees; tenho -- he;
haya -- is; prana -- the life; sama -- like.
TRANSLATION
"Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu has placed him under the charge of Svarupa
Damodara. Raghunatha dasa has become just like the life of all the Lord'
s devotees.
Antya 6.253
TEXT 253
TEXT
ratri-dina kare tenho nama-sankirtana
ksana-matra nahi chade prabhura carana
SYNONYMS
ratri-dina -- all day and night; kare -- performs; tenho -- he; nama-
sankirtana -- chanting of the Hare Krsna mantra; ksana-matra -- even for
a moment; nahi chade -- does not give up; prabhura carana -- the lotus
feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
"He chants the Hare Krsna maha-mantra all day and night. He never gives
up the shelter of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, not even for a moment.
Antya 6.254
TEXT 254
TEXT
parama vairagya tara, nahi bhaksya-paridhana
yaiche taiche ahara kari' rakhaye parana
SYNONYMS
parama -- supreme; vairagya -- renunciation; tara -- his; nahi -- not;
bhaksya -- eating; paridhana -- dressing; yaiche taiche -- somehow or
other; ahara kari' -- eating; rakhaye parana -- keeps life.
TRANSLATION
"He is in the supreme order of renounced life. Indeed, he does not care
about eating or dressing. Somehow or other he eats and maintains his
life.
Antya 6.255
TEXT 255
TEXT
dasa-danda ratri gele ‘puspanjali' dekhiya
simha-dvare khada haya ahara lagiya
SYNONYMS
dasa-danda -- ten dandas (240 minutes); ratri -- night; gele -- having
gone; puspanjali -- the puspanjali performance; dekhiya -- after seeing;
simha-dvare -- at the Simha-dvara gate; khada haya -- stands; ahara
lagiya -- to get some alms for eating.
TRANSLATION
"After ten dandas [four hours] of the night have passed and Raghunatha
dasa has seen the performance of puspanjali, he stands at the Simha-
dvara gate to beg some alms to eat.
Antya 6.256
TEXT 256
TEXT
keha yadi deya, tabe karaye bhaksana
kabhu upavasa, kabhu karaye carvana"
SYNONYMS
keha -- someone; yadi -- if; deya -- offers; tabe -- then; karaye
bhaksana -- he eats; kabhu -- sometimes; upavasa -- fasting; kabhu --
sometimes; karaye carvana -- he chews.
TRANSLATION
"He eats if someone gives him something to eat. Sometimes he fasts, and
sometimes he chews fried grains."
Antya 6.257
TEXT 257
TEXT
eta suni' sei manusya govardhana-sthane
kahila giya saba raghunatha-vivarane
SYNONYMS
eta suni' -- hearing this; sei manusya -- that messenger; govardhana-
sthane -- to Govardhana Majumadara; kahila -- spoke; giya -- going; saba
-- everything; raghunatha-vivarane -- the description of Raghunatha dasa.
TRANSLATION
After hearing this, the messenger returned to Govardhana Majumadara and
informed him all about Raghunatha dasa.
Antya 6.258
TEXT 258
TEXT
suni' tanra mata pita duhkhita ha-ila
putra-thani dravya-manusya pathaite mana kaila
SYNONYMS
suni' -- hearing; tanra -- his; mata pita -- father and mother; duhkhita
ha-ila -- became very unhappy; putra-thani -- to their son; dravya-
manusya -- articles and men; pathaite -- to send; mana kaila -- decided.
TRANSLATION
Hearing the description of Raghunatha dasa's behavior in the renounced
order, his father and mother were very unhappy. Therefore they decided
to send Raghunatha some men with goods for his comfort.
Antya 6.259
TEXT 259
TEXT
cari-sata mudra, dui bhrtya, eka brahmana
sivanandera thani pathaila tata-ksana
SYNONYMS
cari-sata mudra -- four hundred coins; dui bhrtya -- two servants; eka
brahmana -- one brahmana; sivanandera thani -- to Sivananda Sena;
pathaila -- sent; tata-ksana -- immediately.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa's father immediately sent four hundred coins, two
servants and one brahmana to Sivananda Sena.
Antya 6.260
TEXT 260
TEXT
sivananda kahe, -- "tumi saba yaite nariba
ami yai yabe, amara sange yaiba
SYNONYMS
sivananda kahe -- Sivananda Sena said; tumi -- you; saba -- all; yaite
nariba -- cannot go; ami yai -- I go; yabe -- when; amara sange -- with
me; yaiba -- you will go.
TRANSLATION
Sivananda Sena informed them, "You cannot go to Jagannatha Puri directly.
When I go there, you may accompany me.
Antya 6.261
TEXT 261
TEXT
ebe ghara yaha, yabe ami saba calimu
tabe toma sabakare sange lana yamu
SYNONYMS
ebe -- now; ghara yaha -- go home; yabe -- when; ami -- we; saba -- all;
calimu -- will go; tabe -- then; toma sabakare -- all of you; sange --
with; lana -- taking; yamu -- I shall go.
TRANSLATION
"Now go home. When all of us go, I shall take all of you with me."
Antya 6.262
TEXT 262
TEXT
ei ta' prastave sri-kavi-karnapura
raghunatha-mahima granthe likhila pracura
SYNONYMS
ei ta' prastave -- in this connection; sri-kavi-karnapura -- the poet
named Kavi-karnapura; raghunatha-mahima -- the glories of Raghunatha
dasa; granthe -- in his book (Sri Caitanya-candrodaya-nataka); likhila --
wrote; pracura -- much.
TRANSLATION
Describing this incident, the great poet Sri Kavi-karnapura has written
extensively about the glorious activities of Raghunatha dasa in his Sri
Caitanya-candrodaya-nataka.
Antya 6.263
TEXT 263
TEXT
acaryo yadunandanah su-madhurah sri-vasudeva-priyas
tac-chisyo raghunatha ity adhigunah pranadhiko madrsam
sri-caitanya-krpatireka-satata-snigdhah svarupanugo
vairagyaika-nidhir na kasya vidito nilacale tisthatam
SYNONYMS
acaryah yadunandanah -- Yadunandana Acarya; su-madhurah -- very well
behaved; sri-vasudeva-priyah -- very dear to Sri Vasudeva Datta Thakura;
tat-sisyah -- his disciple; raghunathah -- Raghunatha dasa; iti -- thus;
adhigunah -- so qualified; prana-adhikah -- more dear than life; madrsam
-- of all the devotees of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu like me; sri-caitanya-
krpa -- by the mercy of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; atireka -- excess;
satata-snigdhah -- always pleasing; svarupa-anugah -- following in the
footsteps of Svarupa Damodara; vairagya -- of renunciation; eka-nidhih --
the ocean; na -- not; kasya -- by whom; viditah -- known; nilacale --
at Jagannatha Puri; tisthatam -- of those who were staying.
TRANSLATION
"Raghunatha dasa is a disciple of Yadunandana Acarya, who is very gentle
and is extremely dear to Vasudeva Datta, a resident of Kancanapalli.
Because of Raghunatha dasa's transcendental qualities, he is always more
dear than life for all of us devotees of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Since
he has been favored by the abundant mercy of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, he
is always pleasing. Vividly providing a superior example for the
renounced order, this very dear follower of Svarupa Damodara Gosvami is
the ocean of renunciation. Who among the residents of Nilacala [
Jagannatha Puri] does not know him very well?
PURPORT
This verse is from Sri Caitanya-candrodaya-nataka (10.3) of Kavi-
karnapura.
Antya 6.264
TEXT 264
TEXT
yah sarva-lokaika-mano-‘bhirucya
saubhagya-bhuh kacid akrsta-pacya
yatrayam aropana-tulya-kalam
tat-prema-sakhi phalavan atulyah
SYNONYMS
yah -- who; sarva-loka -- of all the devotees in Puri; eka -- foremost;
manah -- of the minds; abhirucya -- by the affection; saubhagya-bhuh --
the ground of good fortune; kacit -- indescribable; akrsta-pacya --
perfect without tilling or perfect without practice; yatra -- in which;
ayam -- this; aropana-tulya-kalam -- at the same time as the sowing of
the seed; tat-prema-sakhi -- a tree of the love of Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; phala-van -- fruitful; atulyah -- the matchless.
TRANSLATION
"Because he is very pleasing to all the devotees, Raghunatha dasa
Gosvami easily became like the fertile earth of good fortune in which it
was suitable for the seed of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu to be sown. At the
same time that the seed was sown, it grew into a matchless tree of the
love of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and produced fruit."
PURPORT
This is the next verse from Sri Caitanya-candrodaya-nataka (10.4).
Antya 6.265
TEXT 265
TEXT
sivananda yaiche sei manusye kahila
karnapura sei-rupe sloka varnila
SYNONYMS
sivananda -- Sivananda Sena; yaiche -- as; sei -- unto the; manusye --
messenger; kahila -- said; karnapura -- the great poet Kavi-karnapura;
sei rupe -- in that way; sloka varnila -- composed verses.
TRANSLATION
In these verses, the great poet Kavi-karnapura gives the same
information that Sivananda Sena conveyed to the messenger from
Raghunatha dasa's father.
Antya 6.266
TEXT 266
TEXT
varsantare sivananda cale nilacale
raghunathera sevaka, vipra tanra sange cale
SYNONYMS
varsa-antare -- the next year; sivananda -- Sivananda Sena; cale
nilacale -- was going to Jagannatha Puri; raghunathera -- of Raghunatha
dasa; sevaka -- the servants; vipra -- and the brahmana; tanra sange --
with him; cale -- go.
TRANSLATION
The next year, when Sivananda Sena was going to Jagannatha Puri as usual,
the servants and the brahmana, who was a cook, went with him.
Antya 6.267
TEXT 267
TEXT
sei vipra bhrtya, cari-sata mudra lana
nilacale raghunathe milila asiya
SYNONYMS
sei vipra -- that brahmana; bhrtya -- the servants; cari-sata mudra --
four hundred coins; lana -- bringing; nilacale -- at Jagannatha Puri;
raghunathe -- with Raghunatha dasa; milila -- met; asiya -- coming.
TRANSLATION
The servants and brahmana brought four hundred coins to Jagannatha Puri,
and there they met Raghunatha dasa.
Antya 6.268
TEXT 268
TEXT
raghunatha-dasa angikara na karila
dravya lana dui-jana tahani rahila
SYNONYMS
raghunatha-dasa -- Raghunatha dasa; angikara na karila -- did not accept;
dravya lana -- taking the wealth; dui-jana -- two persons; tahani
rahila -- remained there.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa did not accept the money and men sent by his father.
Therefore the brahmana and one of the servants stayed there with the
money.
Antya 6.269
TEXT 269
TEXT
tabe raghunatha kari' aneka yatana
mase dui-dina kaila prabhura nimantrana
SYNONYMS
tabe -- at that time; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; kari' aneka yatana -
- with great attention; mase -- every month; dui-dina -- two days; kaila
-- he made; prabhura nimantrana -- invitation to Lord Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
At that time, Raghunatha dasa began inviting Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu to
his house with great attention for two days every month.
Antya 6.270
TEXT 270
TEXT
dui nimantrane lage kaudi asta-pana
brahmana-bhrtya-thani karena eteka grahana
SYNONYMS
dui nimantrane -- these two invitations; lage -- cost; kaudi asta-pana --
640 kaudis; brahmana-bhrtya-thani -- from the brahmana and the servant;
karena -- does; eteka -- so much; grahana -- accepting.
TRANSLATION
The cost for these two occasions was 640 kaudis. Therefore he would take
that much from the servant and the brahmana.
Antya 6.271
TEXT 271
TEXT
ei-mata nimantrana varsa dui kaila
pache raghunatha nimantrana chadi' dila
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; nimantrana -- invitation; varsa dui -- for two
years; kaila -- continued; pache -- at the end; raghunatha -- Raghunatha
dasa; nimantrana -- invitation; chadi' dila -- gave up.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa continued to invite Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu in this way
for two years, but at the end of the second year he stopped.
Antya 6.272
TEXT 272
TEXT
masa-dui yabe raghunatha na kare nimantrana
svarupe puchila tabe sacira nandana
SYNONYMS
masa-dui -- for two months; yabe -- when; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa;
na kare nimantrana -- does not invite; svarupe puchila -- inquired from
Svarupa Damodara; tabe -- at that time; sacira nandana -- the son of
mother Saci, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
When Raghunatha dasa neglected to invite Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu
for two consecutive months, the Lord, the son of Saci, questioned
Svarupa Damodara.
Antya 6.273
TEXT 273
TEXT
'raghu kene amaya nimantrana chadi' dila?'
svarupa kahe, -- "mane kichu vicara karila
SYNONYMS
raghu -- Raghunatha dasa; kene -- why; amaya -- to Me; nimantrana --
invitation; chadi' dila -- has stopped; svarupa kahe -- Svarupa Damodara
replied; mane -- within his mind; kichu -- something; vicara karila --
he has thought.
TRANSLATION
The Lord asked, "Why has Raghunatha dasa stopped inviting Me?"
Svarupa Damodara replied, "He must have reconsidered something in his
mind.
Antya 6.274
TEXT 274
TEXT
visayira dravya lana kari nimantrana
prasanna na haya ihaya jani prabhura mana
SYNONYMS
visayira dravya -- things supplied by materialistic men; lana --
accepting; kari nimantrana -- I invite; prasanna -- satisfied; na haya --
is not; ihaya -- in this connection; jani -- I can understand; prabhura
mana -- the mind of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
"‘I invite Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu by accepting goods from materialistic
people. I know that the Lord's mind is not satisfied by this.
Antya 6.275
TEXT 275
TEXT
mora citta dravya la-ite na haya nirmala
ei nimantrane dekhi, -- ‘pratistha'-matra phala
SYNONYMS
mora citta -- my consciousness; dravya la-ite -- to accept the goods; na
haya -- is not; nirmala -- pure; ei nimantrane -- by this invitation;
dekhi -- I see; pratistha -- reputation; matra -- only; phala -- the
result.
TRANSLATION
"‘My consciousness is impure because I accept all these goods from
people who are interested only in pounds, shillings and pence. Therefore
by this kind of invitation I get only some material reputation.
PURPORT
Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura remarks that people who are
under the bodily conception of life are called materialists. If we
accept the offerings of such people, place them before the Lord and
invite Vaisnavas to partake of the prasadam, that attempt will gain us
only a material reputation, not the actual benefit of service to a pure
Vaisnava. One should therefore try to serve the Supreme Personality of
Godhead by fully surrendering at His lotus feet. If one engages for the
service of the Lord whatever money one has honestly earned, that is
spiritual service to the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the spiritual
master and the Vaisnavas.
Antya 6.276
TEXT 276
TEXT
uparodhe prabhu mora manena nimantrana
na manile duhkhi ha-ibeka murkha jana
SYNONYMS
uparodhe -- by my request; prabhu -- Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; mora -
- my; manena -- accepts; nimantrana -- invitation; na manile -- if He
does not accept; duhkhi -- unhappy; ha-ibeka -- will become; murkha jana
-- foolish person.
TRANSLATION
"‘At my request Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu accepts the invitations because
He knows that a foolish person like me would be unhappy if He did not
accept them.'
PURPORT
Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura says that people who are
advanced in learning but attached to material enjoyment, who are puffed
up by material possessions, by birth in an elevated aristocratic family
or by education, may offer showbottle devotional service to the Deity
and also offer prasadam to Vaisnavas. Because of their ignorance,
however, they cannot understand that since their minds are materially
polluted, neither the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Krsna, nor
the Vaisnavas accept their offerings. If one accepts money from such
materialistic persons to offer food to the Deity and Vaisnavas, a pure
Vaisnava does not accept it. This causes unhappiness for the
materialists because they are fully absorbed in the bodily conception of
life. Therefore they sometimes turn against the Vaisnavas.
Antya 6.277
TEXT 277
TEXT
eta vicariya nimantrana chadi' dila"
suni' mahaprabhu hasi' balite lagila
SYNONYMS
eta vicariya -- considering this; nimantrana -- invitation; chadi' dila -
- he has stopped; suni' -- hearing; mahaprabhu -- Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; hasi' -- smiling; balite lagila -- began to say.
TRANSLATION
"Considering all these points," Svarupa Damodara concluded, "he has
stopped inviting You." Hearing this, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu smiled and
spoke as follows.
Antya 6.278
TEXT 278
TEXT
"visayira anna khaile malina haya mana
malina mana haile nahe krsnera smarana
SYNONYMS
visayira -- of materialistic persons; anna -- food; khaile -- if one
eats; malina -- contaminated; haya mana -- the mind becomes; malina --
contaminated; mana haile -- when the mind becomes; nahe -- is not;
krsnera -- of Lord Krsna; smarana -- remembrance.
TRANSLATION
"When one eats food offered by a materialistic man, one's mind becomes
contaminated, and when the mind is contaminated, one is unable to think
of Krsna properly.
PURPORT
Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura suggests that people who are
materialistically inclined and sahajiyas, or so-called Vaisnavas who
take everything very casually, are both visayis, or materialists. Eating
food offered by them causes contamination, and as a result of such
contamination, even a serious devotee becomes like a materialistic man.
There are six kinds of association -- giving charity, accepting charity,
accepting food, offering food, talking confidentially and inquiring
confidentially. One should very carefully avoid associating with both
the sahajiyas, who are sometimes known as Vaisnavas, and the non-
Vaisnavas, or avaisnavas. Their association changes the transcendental
devotional service of Lord Krsna into sense gratification, and when
sense gratification enters the mind of a devotee, he is contaminated.
The materialistic person who aspires after sense gratification cannot
properly think of Krsna.
Antya 6.279
TEXT 279
TEXT
visayira anna haya ‘rajasa' nimantrana
data, bhokta -- dunhara malina haya mana
SYNONYMS
visayira -- offered by materialistic men; anna -- food; haya -- is;
rajasa -- in the mode of passion; nimantrana -- invitation; data -- the
person who offers; bhokta -- the person who accepts such an offering;
dunhara -- of both of them; malina -- contaminated; haya mana -- the
mind becomes.
TRANSLATION
"When one accepts an invitation from a person contaminated by the
material mode of passion, the person who offers the food and the person
who accepts it are both mentally contaminated.
PURPORT
Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura says that there are three varieties of
invitations -- those in the mode of goodness, those in passion and those
in ignorance. An invitation accepted from a pure devotee is in the mode
of goodness, an invitation accepted from a person who is pious but
materially attached is in the mode of passion, and an invitation
accepted from a person who is materially very sinful is in the mode of
ignorance.
Antya 6.280
TEXT 280
TEXT
inhara sankoce ami eta dina nila
bhala haila -- janiya apani chadi dila"
SYNONYMS
inhara sankoce -- because of his eagerness; ami -- I; eta dina -- for so
many days; nila -- I accepted; bhala haila -- it is very good; janiya --
knowing; apani -- automatically; chadi dila -- he has given up.
TRANSLATION
"Because of Raghunatha dasa's eagerness, I accepted his invitation for
many days. It is very good that Raghunatha dasa, knowing this, has now
automatically given up this practice."
Antya 6.281
TEXT 281
TEXT
kata dine raghunatha simha-dvara chadila
chatre yai' magiya khaite arambha karila
SYNONYMS
kata dine -- after some days; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; simha-dvara
chadila -- gave up standing at the gate known as Simha-dvara; chatre yai'
-- going to an alms booth; magiya -- begging; khaite -- to eat; arambha
karila -- he began.
TRANSLATION
After some days, Raghunatha dasa gave up standing near the Simha-dvara
gate and instead began eating by begging alms from a booth for free
distribution of food.
Antya 6.282
TEXT 282
TEXT
govinda-pasa suni' prabhu puchena svarupere
'raghu bhiksa lagi' thada kene nahe simha-dvare'?
SYNONYMS
govinda-pasa -- from Govinda; suni' -- hearing; prabhu -- Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; puchena svarupere -- inquired from Svarupa Damodara Gosvami;
raghu -- Raghunatha dasa; bhiksa lagi' -- for begging; thada kene nahe --
why does he not stand; simha-dvare -- at the Simha-dvara gate.
TRANSLATION
When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu heard this news from Govinda, He inquired
from Svarupa Damodara, "Why does Raghunatha dasa no longer stand at the
Simha-dvara gate to beg alms?"
Antya 6.283
TEXT 283
TEXT
svarupa kahe, -- "simha-dvare duhkha anubhaviya
chatre magi' khaya madhyahna-kale giya"
SYNONYMS
svarupa kahe -- Svarupa Damodara replied; simha-dvare -- at the Simha-
dvara gate; duhkha anubhaviya -- feeling unhappy; chatre -- at the
charity booth; magi' -- begging; khaya -- he eats; madhyahna-kale -- at
midday; giya -- going.
TRANSLATION
Svarupa Damodara replied, "Raghunatha dasa felt unhappy standing at the
Simha-dvara. Therefore he is now going at midday to beg alms from the
charity booth."
Antya 6.284
TEXT 284
TEXT
prabhu kahe, -- "bhala kaila, chadila simha-dvara
simha-dvare bhiksa-vrtti -- vesyara acara
SYNONYMS
prabhu kahe -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu said; bhala kaila -- he has done
well; chadila simha-dvara -- he has given up standing at the Simha-dvara;
simha-dvare bhiksa-vrtti -- to beg alms standing at the Simha-dvara;
vesyara acara -- the behavior of a prostitute.
TRANSLATION
Hearing this news, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu said, "He has done very well
by no longer standing at the Simha-dvara gate. Such begging of alms
resembles the behavior of a prostitute.
Antya 6.285
TEXT 285
TEXT
tatha hi-kim artham ayam agacchati, ayam dasyati, anena dattam ayam
aparah. samety ayam dasyati, anenapi na dattam anyah samesyati, sa
dasyati ity-adi.
SYNONYMS
tatha hi -- thus; kim artham -- why; ayam -- this person; agacchati --
is coming; ayam -- this person; dasyati -- will give; anena -- by this
person; dattam -- given; ayam -- this; aparah -- other; sameti -- comes
near; ayam -- this person; dasyati -- will give; anena -- by this person;
api -- also; na -- not; dattam -- given; anyah -- another; samesyati --
will come near; sah -- he; dasyati -- will give; iti -- thus; adi -- and
so on.
TRANSLATION
"‘Here is a person coming near. He will give me something. This person
gave me something last night. Now another person is coming near. He may
give me something. The person who just passed did not give me anything,
but another person will come, and he will give me something.' Thus a
person in the renounced order gives up his neutrality and depends on the
charity of this person or that. Thinking in this way, he adopts the
occupation of a prostitute.
Antya 6.286
TEXT 286
TEXT
chatre yai yatha-labha udara-bharana
anya katha nahi, sukhe krsna-sankirtana"
SYNONYMS
chatre yai -- going to the booth for free food distribution; yatha-labha
-- with whatever is obtained; udara-bharana -- filling the belly; anya --
other; katha -- talk; nahi -- there is not; sukhe -- happily; krsna-
sankirtana -- chanting the Hare Krsna maha-mantra.
TRANSLATION
"If one goes to the booth where free food is distributed and fills his
belly with whatever he obtains, there is no chance of further unwanted
talk, and one can very peacefully chant the Hare Krsna maha-mantra."
Antya 6.287
TEXT 287
TEXT
eta bali' tanre punah prasada karila
'govardhanera sila', ‘gunja-mala' tanre dila
SYNONYMS
eta bali' -- saying this; tanre -- unto him; punah -- again; prasada
karila -- gave something in mercy; govardhanera sila -- a stone from
Govardhana Hill; gunja-mala -- a garland of small conchshells; tanre
dila -- delivered to him.
TRANSLATION
After saying this, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu again bestowed His mercy upon
Raghunatha dasa by giving him a stone from Govardhana Hill and a garland
of small conchshells.
Antya 6.288
TEXT 288
TEXT
sankarananda-sarasvati vrndavana haite aila
tenha sei sila-gunja-mala lana gela
SYNONYMS
sankarananda-sarasvati -- one of the devotees of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu;
vrndavana haite -- from Vrndavana; aila -- came; tenha -- he; sei --
that; sila-gunja-mala -- stone and the garland of small conchshells;
lana -- taking; gela -- went.
TRANSLATION
Previously, when Sankarananda Sarasvati had returned from Vrndavana, he
had brought the stone from Govardhana Hill and also the garland of
conchshells.
Antya 6.289
TEXT 289
TEXT
parsve gantha gunja-mala, govardhana-sila
dui vastu mahaprabhura age ani' dila
SYNONYMS
parsve -- on one side; gantha -- strung together; gunja-mala -- the
garland of small conchshells; govardhana-sila -- the stone from
Govardhana; dui vastu -- two things; mahaprabhura age -- in front of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu; ani' dila -- presented.
TRANSLATION
He presented Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu with these two items -- the garland
of conchshells and the stone from Govardhana Hill.
Antya 6.290
TEXT 290
TEXT
dui apurva-vastu pana prabhu tusta haila
smaranera kale gale pare gunja-mala
SYNONYMS
dui -- two; apurva-vastu -- uncommon things; pana -- getting; prabhu --
Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; tusta haila -- became very happy;
smaranera kale -- at the time of remembering (when He was chanting Hare
Krsna); gale -- on the neck; pare -- wears; gunja-mala -- the garland of
small conchshells.
TRANSLATION
Upon receiving these two uncommon items, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu was
extremely happy. While chanting, He would put the garland around His
neck.
Antya 6.291
TEXT 291
TEXT
govardhana-sila prabhu hrdaye-netre dhare
kabhu nasaya ghrana laya, kabhu sire kare
SYNONYMS
govardhana-sila -- the stone from Govardhana Hill; prabhu -- Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu; hrdaye -- on the heart; netre -- on the eyes; dhare
-- puts; kabhu -- sometimes; nasaya -- with the nose; ghrana laya --
smells; kabhu -- sometimes; sire kare -- He puts on His head.
TRANSLATION
The Lord would put the stone to His heart or sometimes to His eyes.
Sometimes He would smell it with His nose and sometimes place it on His
head.
Antya 6.292
TEXT 292
TEXT
netra-jale sei sila bhije nirantara
silare kahena prabhu -- ‘krsna-kalevara'
SYNONYMS
netra-jale -- by the tears of His eyes; sei -- that; sila -- stone;
bhije -- remains wet; nirantara -- always; silare -- the stone; kahena --
says; prabhu -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; krsna-kalevara -- the body of
Lord Krsna.
TRANSLATION
The stone from Govardhana was always moist with tears from His eyes. Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu would say, "This stone is directly the body of Lord
Krsna."
Antya 6.293
TEXT 293
TEXT
ei-mata tina-vatsara sila-mala dharila
tusta hana sila-mala raghunathe dila
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; tina-vatsara -- for three years; sila-mala --
the stone and the garland of conchshells; dharila -- He kept; tusta hana
-- when He became very happy; sila-mala -- the stone and the garland;
raghunathe -- to Raghunatha dasa; dila -- He delivered.
TRANSLATION
For three years He kept the stone and garland. Then, greatly satisfied
by the behavior of Raghunatha dasa, the Lord delivered both of them to
him.
Antya 6.294
TEXT 294
TEXT
prabhu kahe, -- "ei sila krsnera vigraha
inhara seva kara tumi kariya agraha
SYNONYMS
prabhu kahe -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu said; ei sila -- this stone;
krsnera vigraha -- the form of Lord Krsna; inhara -- of this; seva --
worship; kara -- do; tumi -- you; kariya agraha -- with great eagerness.
TRANSLATION
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu instructed Raghunatha dasa, "This stone is the
transcendental form of Lord Krsna. Worship the stone with great
eagerness."
PURPORT
Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura writes in his Anubhasya that in
the opinion of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, the govardhana-sila, the stone
from Govardhana Hill, was directly the form of Krsna, the son of
Maharaja Nanda. The Lord used the stone for three years, and then in the
heart of Raghunatha dasa the Lord awakened devotional service to the
stone. The Lord then gave the stone to Raghunatha dasa, accepting him as
one of His most confidential servants. However, some envious people
conclude that because Raghunatha dasa had not taken birth in the family
of a brahmana, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu did not give him the right to
worship the Deity directly but instead gave him a stone from Govardhana.
This kind of thought is naraki, or hellish. As stated in the Padma
Purana, arcye visnau sila-dhir gurusu nara-matir vaisnave jati-buddhih .
. . yasya va naraki sah. If one thinks that the worshipable salagrama-
sila is a mere stone, that the spiritual master is an ordinary human
being or that a pure Vaisnava preaching the bhakti cult all over the
world is a member of a particular caste or material division of society,
he is considered a naraki, a candidate for hellish life. When Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu instructed that the govardhana-sila, the stone taken
from Govardhana, is nondifferent from the body of Sri Krsna, the Supreme
Personality of Godhead, He indirectly advised such foolish persons that
one should not be envious of a Vaisnava who belongs to a different caste
or sect. One should accept a Vaisnava as transcendental. In this way one
can be saved; otherwise, one is surely awaiting a hellish life.
Antya 6.295
TEXT 295
TEXT
ei silara kara tumi sattvika pujana
acirat pabe tumi krsna-prema-dhana
SYNONYMS
ei silara -- of this stone; kara -- do; tumi -- you; sattvika pujana --
worshiping like a perfect brahmana, or in the mode of goodness; acirat --
very soon; pabe tumi -- you will get; krsna-prema -- ecstatic love of
Krsna; dhana -- wealth.
TRANSLATION
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu continued, "Worship this stone in the mode of
goodness like a perfect brahmana, for by such worship you will surely
attain ecstatic love of Krsna without delay.
Antya 6.296
TEXT 296
TEXT
eka kunja jala ara tulasi-manjari
sattvika-seva ei -- suddha-bhave kari
SYNONYMS
eka -- one; kunja -- jug; jala -- water; ara -- and; tulasi-manjari --
flowers of the tulasi tree; sattvika-seva -- worship in goodness; ei --
this; suddha-bhave -- in complete purity; kari -- performing.
TRANSLATION
"For such worship, one needs a jug of water and a few flowers from a
tulasi tree. This is worship in complete goodness when performed in
complete purity.
Antya 6.297
TEXT 297
TEXT
dui-dike dui-patra madhye komala manjari
ei-mata asta-manjari dibe sraddha kari'"
SYNONYMS
dui-dike -- on two sides; dui-patra -- two tulasi leaves; madhye --
within; komala manjari -- very soft tulasi flowers; ei-mata -- in this
way; asta-manjari -- eight tulasi flowers; dibe -- you should offer;
sraddha kari' -- with faith and love.
TRANSLATION
"With faith and love, you should offer eight soft tulasi flowers, each
with two tulasi leaves, one on each side of each flower."
Antya 6.298
TEXT 298
TEXT
sri-haste sila diya ei ajna dila
anande raghunatha seva karite lagila
SYNONYMS
sri-haste -- by His own transcendental hand; sila -- the stone from
Govardhana Hill; diya -- delivering; ei ajna -- this order; dila -- He
gave; anande -- in great happiness; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; seva
karite lagila -- began to worship.
TRANSLATION
After thus advising him how to worship, Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu
personally offered Raghunatha dasa the govardhana-sila with His
transcendental hand. As advised by the Lord, Raghunatha dasa worshiped
the sila in great transcendental jubilation.
Antya 6.299
TEXT 299
TEXT
eka-vitasti dui-vastra, pinda eka-khani
svarupa dilena kunja anibare pani
SYNONYMS
eka-vitasti -- about six inches long; dui-vastra -- two cloths; pinda
eka-khani -- one wooden platform; svarupa dilena -- Svarupa Damodara
Gosvami delivered; kunja -- a jug; anibare pani -- for bringing water.
TRANSLATION
Svarupa Damodara gave Raghunatha dasa two cloths, each about six inches
long, a wooden platform and a jug in which to keep water.
Antya 6.300
TEXT 300
TEXT
ei-mata raghunatha karena pujana
puja-kale dekhe silaya ‘vrajendra-nandana'
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa Gosvami; karena
pujana -- worships; puja-kale -- while worshiping; dekhe -- he sees;
silaya -- in the stone from Govardhana; vrajendra-nandana -- the son of
Nanda Maharaja.
TRANSLATION
Thus Raghunatha dasa began worshiping the stone from Govardhana, and as
he worshiped he saw the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krsna, the son
of Nanda Maharaja, directly in the stone.
Antya 6.301
TEXT 301
TEXT
'prabhura svahasta-datta govardhana-sila'
ei cinti' raghunatha preme bhasi' gela
SYNONYMS
prabhura -- of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; sva-hasta -- own hand; datta --
handed over by; govardhana-sila -- the stone from Govardhana Hill; ei
cinti' -- thinking this; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; preme -- in
ecstatic love; bhasi' gela -- became overflooded.
TRANSLATION
Thinking of how he had received the govardhana-sila directly from the
hands of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Raghunatha dasa was always overflooded
with ecstatic love.
Antya 6.302
TEXT 302
TEXT
jala-tulasira sevaya tanra yata sukhodaya
sodasopacara-pujaya tata sukha naya
SYNONYMS
jala-tulasira sevaya -- by worshiping with water and tulasi; tanra --
his; yata -- as much as; sukha-udaya -- rise of transcendental happiness;
sodasa-upacara-pujaya -- by worshiping with sixteen kinds of
paraphernalia; tata -- so much; sukha -- happiness; naya -- is not.
TRANSLATION
The amount of transcendental bliss that Raghunatha dasa enjoyed simply
by offering water and tulasi is impossible to achieve even if one
worships the Deity with sixteen kinds of paraphernalia.
Antya 6.303
TEXT 303
TEXT
ei-mata kata dina karena pujana
tabe svarupa-gosani tanre kahila vacana
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; kata dina -- for some days; karena pujana -- he
worshiped; tabe -- at that time; svarupa-gosani -- Svarupa Damodara
Gosvami; tanre -- to him; kahila vacana -- said some words.
TRANSLATION
After Raghunatha dasa had thus worshiped the govardhana-sila for some
time, Svarupa Damodara one day spoke to him as follows.
Antya 6.304
TEXT 304
TEXT
"asta-kaudira khaja-sandesa kara samarpana
sraddha kari' dile, sei amrtera sama"
SYNONYMS
asta-kaudira -- costing eight kaudis; khaja-sandesa -- khaja and sandesa
sweetmeats; kara samarpana -- offer; sraddha kari' -- with love and
faith; dile -- if you offer; sei -- that; amrtera sama -- just like
nectar.
TRANSLATION
"Offer the Govardhana stone eight kaudis worth of the first-class
sweetmeats known as khaja and sandesa. If you offer them with faith and
love, they will be just like nectar."
Antya 6.305
TEXT 305
TEXT
tabe asta-kaudira khaja kare samarpana
svarupa-ajnaya govinda taha kare samadhana
SYNONYMS
tabe -- then; asta-kaudira -- costing eight kaudis; khaja -- the
sweetmeat named khaja; kare samarpana -- offers; svarupa-ajnaya -- by
the order of Svarupa Damodara; govinda -- the personal servant of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu; taha -- that; kare samadhana -- arranges.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa then began offering the costly sweetmeats known as khaja,
which Govinda, following the order of Svarupa Damodara, would supply.
Antya 6.306
TEXT 306
TEXT
raghunatha sei sila-mala yabe paila
gosanira abhipraya ei bhavana karila
SYNONYMS
raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa Gosvami; sei sila -- that stone; mala --
garland; yabe -- when; paila -- he got; gosanira -- of Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; abhipraya -- intention; ei -- this; bhavana karila -- he
thought.
TRANSLATION
When Raghunatha dasa received from Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu the stone and
the garland of conchshells, he could understand the Lord's intention.
Thus he thought as follows.
Antya 6.307
TEXT 307
TEXT
"sila diya gosani samarpila ‘govardhane'
gunja-mala diya dila ‘radhika-carane'"
SYNONYMS
sila diya -- by offering this stone; gosani -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu;
samarpila -- offered; govardhane -- a place near Govardhana Hill; gunja-
mala diya -- by offering the garland of small conchshells; dila --
offered; radhika-carane -- shelter at the lotus feet of Srimati
Radharani.
TRANSLATION
"By offering me the govardhana-sila, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu has offered
me a place near Govardhana Hill, and by offering me the garland of
conchshells, He has offered me shelter at the lotus feet of Srimati
Radharani."
Antya 6.308
TEXT 308
TEXT
anande raghunathera bahya vismarana
kaya-mane sevilena gauranga-carana
SYNONYMS
anande -- in transcendental bliss; raghunathera -- of Raghunatha dasa;
bahya vismarana -- forgetting everything external; kaya-mane -- by mind
and body; sevilena -- served; gauranga-carana -- the lotus feet of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa's transcendental bliss was boundless. Forgetting
everything external, he served the lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu
with his body and mind.
Antya 6.309
TEXT 309
TEXT
ananta guna raghunathera ke karibe lekha?
raghunathera niyama, -- yena pasanera rekha
SYNONYMS
ananta guna -- unlimited transcendental attributes; raghunathera -- of
Raghunatha dasa; ke -- who; karibe lekha -- can write; raghunathera --
of Raghunatha dasa; niyama -- the strict regulative principles; yena --
like; pasanera rekha -- lines on a stone.
TRANSLATION
Who could list the unlimited transcendental attributes of Raghunatha
dasa? His strict regulative principles were exactly like lines on a
stone.
PURPORT
The words pasanera rekha are very significant. Raghunatha dasa Gosvami
followed the regulative principles so strictly and rigidly that they
were compared to the lines on a stone. As such lines cannot be erased at
any time, so the regulative principles observed by Sri Raghunatha dasa
Gosvami could not be changed under any circumstances.
Antya 6.310
TEXT 310
TEXT
sade sata prahara yaya kirtana-smarane
ahara-nidra cari danda seha nahe kona dine
SYNONYMS
sade sata prahara -- 7.5 praharas (one prahara equals three hours); yaya
-- is spent; kirtana-smarane -- in chanting the Hare Krsna maha-mantra
and remembering the lotus feet of Krsna; ahara-nidra -- eating and
sleeping; cari danda -- four dandas (one danda equals twenty-four
minutes); seha -- that; nahe -- is not; kona dine -- some days.
TRANSLATION
Raghunatha dasa spent more than twenty-two hours out of every twenty-
four chanting the Hare Krsna maha-mantra and remembering the lotus feet
of the Lord. He ate and slept for less than an hour and a half, and on
some days that also was impossible.
Antya 6.311
TEXT 311
TEXT
vairagyera katha tanra adbhuta-kathana
ajanma na dila jihvaya rasera sparsana
SYNONYMS
vairagyera -- of the renunciation; katha -- talks; tanra -- of him;
adbhuta-kathana -- wonderful topics; a-janma -- from birth; na dila --
did not allow; jihvaya -- to the tongue; rasera sparsana -- tasting.
TRANSLATION
Topics concerning his renunciation are wonderful. Throughout his life he
never allowed his tongue sense gratification.
Antya 6.312
TEXT 312
TEXT
chinda kani kantha vina na pare vasana
savadhane prabhura kaila ajnara palana
SYNONYMS
chinda kani -- a small torn cloth; kantha -- a patchwork cotton wrapper;
vina -- except; na pare -- does not wear; vasana -- clothing; savadhane -
- with great care; prabhura -- of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; kaila --
performed; ajnara palana -- execution of the order.
TRANSLATION
He never touched anything to wear except a small torn cloth and a
patchwork wrapper. Thus he very rigidly executed the order of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
PURPORT
The principle of very rigidly carrying out the order of the spiritual
master must be observed. The spiritual master gives different orders to
different people. For example, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu ordered Jiva
Gosvami, Rupa Gosvami and Sanatana Gosvami to preach, and He ordered
Raghunatha dasa Gosvami to strictly follow the rules and regulations of
the renounced order. All six Gosvamis strictly followed the instructions
of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. This is the principle for progress in
devotional service. After receiving an order from the spiritual master,
one must strictly try to execute the order. That is the way of success.
Antya 6.313
TEXT 313
TEXT
prana-raksa lagi' yeba karena bhaksana
taha khana apanake kahe nirveda-vacana
SYNONYMS
prana-raksa lagi' -- to maintain life; yeba -- whatever; karena bhaksana
-- he ate; taha khana -- eating that; apanake -- to himself; kahe --
said; nirveda-vacana -- words of reproach.
TRANSLATION
Whatever he ate was only to keep his body and soul together, and when he
ate he would reproach himself thus.
Antya 6.314
TEXT 314
TEXT
atmanam ced vijaniyat
param jnana-dhutasayah
kim icchan kasya va hetor
deham pusnati lampatah
SYNONYMS
atmanam -- the soul; cet -- if; vijaniyat -- one understands; param --
supreme; jnana -- by knowledge; dhuta -- thrown off; asayah -- material
desires; kim -- what; icchan -- desiring; kasya -- what; va -- or; hetoh
-- for reason; deham -- the material body; pusnati -- maintains;
lampatah -- debauchee.
TRANSLATION
"‘If one's heart has been cleansed by perfect knowledge and one has
understood Krsna, the Supreme Brahman, he then gains everything. Why
should such a person act like a debauchee by trying to maintain his
material body very carefully?'"
PURPORT
This verse (SB 7.15.40) was spoken by Narada to Yudhisthira Maharaja
regarding a householder's liberation from material bondage. On the
spiritual platform, one does not unnecessarily care for the body. Srila
Narottama dasa Thakura has said, deha-smrti nahi yara, samsara bandhana
kahan tara. One who is spiritually situated does not think that he is
the body. Therefore he can transcendentally execute severe penances in
the renounced order of life. The best example of such renunciation is
Raghunatha dasa Gosvami.
Antya 6.315
TEXT 315
TEXT
prasadanna pasarira yata na vikaya
dui-tina dina haile bhata sadi' yaya
SYNONYMS
prasada-anna -- food of Jagannatha; pasarira -- of the shopkeepers; yata
-- as much as; na vikaya -- is not sold; dui-tina dina -- two or three
days; haile -- after; bhata -- the rice; sadi' yaya -- becomes
decomposed.
TRANSLATION
Lord Jagannatha's prasadam is sold by shopkeepers, and that which is not
sold decomposes after two or three days.
Antya 6.316
TEXT 316
TEXT
simha-dvare gabhi-age sei bhata dare
sada-gandhe tailangi-gai khaite na pare
SYNONYMS
simha-dvare -- at the gate known as Simha-dvara; gabhi-age -- in front
of the cows; sei bhata -- that food; dare -- they throw; sada-gandhe --
because of a rotten smell; tailangi-gai -- the cows from Tailanga;
khaite na pare -- cannot eat.
TRANSLATION
All the decomposed food is thrown before the cows from Tailanga at the
Simha-dvara gate. Because of its rotten odor, even the cows cannot eat
it.
Antya 6.317
TEXT 317
TEXT
sei bhata raghunatha ratre ghare ani'
bhata pakhaliya phele ghare diya bahu pani
SYNONYMS
sei bhata -- that rejected rice; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa; ratre --
at night; ghare ani' -- bringing home; bhata -- the rice; pakhaliya --
washing; phele -- throws; ghare -- at home; diya -- putting; bahu pani --
much water.
TRANSLATION
At night Raghunatha dasa would collect that decomposed rice, bring it
home and wash it with ample water.
Antya 6.318
TEXT 318
TEXT
bhitarera drdha yei maji bhata paya
lavana diya raghunatha sei anna khaya
SYNONYMS
bhitarera -- within; drdha -- the harder portion; yei -- which; maji --
the core; bhata -- rice; paya -- he gets; lavana diya -- with a little
salt; raghunatha -- Raghunatha dasa Gosvami; sei anna -- that rice;
khaya -- eats.
TRANSLATION
Then he ate the hard inner portion of the rice with salt.
Antya 6.319
TEXT 319
TEXT
eka-dina svarupa taha karite dekhila
hasiya tahara kichu magiya khaila
SYNONYMS
eka-dina -- one day; svarupa -- Damodara Gosvami; taha -- that; karite --
doing; dekhila -- saw; hasiya -- smiling; tahara -- of that; kichu --
some; magiya khaila -- he begged and ate.
TRANSLATION
One day Svarupa Damodara saw the activities of Raghunatha dasa. Thus he
smiled and asked for a small portion of that food and ate it.
Antya 6.320
TEXT 320
TEXT
svarupa kahe, -- "aiche amrta khao niti-niti
ama-sabaya nahi deha', -- ki tomara prakrti?"
SYNONYMS
svarupa kahe -- Svarupa Damodara said; aiche -- such; amrta -- nectar;
khao -- you eat; niti-niti -- daily; ama-sabaya -- to us; nahi deha' --
you do not offer; ki -- what; tomara -- your; prakrti -- nature.
TRANSLATION
Svarupa Damodara said, "You eat such nectar every day, but you never
offer it to us. What is your character?"
Antya 6.321
TEXT 321
TEXT
govindera mukhe prabhu se varta sunila
ara dina asi' prabhu kahite lagila
SYNONYMS
govindera mukhe -- from the mouth of Govinda; prabhu -- Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; se varta -- that news; sunila -- heard; ara dina -- the next
day; asi' -- coming; prabhu -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; kahite lagila --
began to say.
TRANSLATION
When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu heard news of this from the mouth of
Govinda, He went there the next day and spoke as follows.
Antya 6.322
TEXT 322
TEXT
'kanha vastu khao sabe, more na deha' kene?'
eta bali' eka grasa karila bhaksane
SYNONYMS
kanha -- what; vastu -- things; khao -- you eat; sabe -- all; more -- to
Me; na deha' kene -- why do you not give; eta bali' -- saying this; eka
grasa -- one morsel; karila bhaksane -- ate.
TRANSLATION
"What nice things are you eating? Why don't you give anything to Me?"
Saying this, He forcibly took a morsel and began to eat.
Antya 6.323
TEXT 323
TEXT
ara grasa laite svarupa hatete dharila
'tava yogya nahe' bali' bale kadi' nila
SYNONYMS
ara -- another; grasa -- morsel; laite -- taking; svarupa -- Svarupa
Damodara; hatete -- the hand; dharila -- caught; tava -- for You; yogya -
- fit; nahe -- is not; bali' -- saying; bale -- by force; kadi' --
snatching; nila -- he took.
TRANSLATION
When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu was taking another morsel of food, Svarupa
Damodara caught Him by the hand and said, "It is not fit for You." Thus
he forcibly took the food away.
Antya 6.324
TEXT 324
TEXT
prabhu bale, -- "niti-niti nana prasada khai
aiche svada ara kona prasade na pai"
SYNONYMS
prabhu bale -- Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu said; niti-niti -- day after
day; nana prasada -- varieties of prasadam; khai -- I eat; aiche svada --
such a nice taste; ara -- other; kona -- any; prasade -- in the
remnants of Lord Jagannatha's food; na pai -- I do not get.
TRANSLATION
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu said, "Of course, every day I eat varieties of
prasadam, but I have never tasted such nice prasadam as that which
Raghunatha is eating."
Antya 6.325
TEXT 325
TEXT
ei-mata mahaprabhu nana lila kare
raghunathera vairagya dekhi' santosa antare
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; mahaprabhu -- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; nana lila
-- many pastimes; kare -- performs; raghunathera -- of Raghunatha dasa;
vairagya -- renunciation; dekhi' -- by seeing; santosa antare --
satisfied within.
TRANSLATION
Thus Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu performed many pastimes at Jagannatha Puri.
Seeing the severe penances performed by Raghunatha dasa in the renounced
order, the Lord was greatly satisfied.
Antya 6.326
TEXT 326
TEXT
apana-uddhara ei raghunatha-dasa
'gauranga-stava-kalpa-vrkse' kariyachena prakasa
SYNONYMS
apana-uddhara -- his personal deliverance; ei raghunatha-dasa -- this
Raghunatha dasa Gosvami; gauranga-stava-kalpa-vrkse -- in his poem known
as Gauranga-stava-kalpavrksa; kariyachena prakasa -- has described.
TRANSLATION
In his poem known as the Gauranga-stava-kalpavrksa, Raghunatha dasa has
described his personal deliverance.
Antya 6.327
TEXT 327
TEXT
maha-sampad-davad api patitam uddhrtya krpaya
svarupe yah sviye kujanam api mam nyasya muditah
uro-gunja-haram priyam api ca govardhana-silam
dadau me gaurango hrdaya udayan mam madayati
SYNONYMS
maha-sampat -- of profuse material opulence; davat -- from a forest fire;
api -- although; patitam -- fallen; uddhrtya -- delivering; krpaya --
by mercy; svarupe -- unto Svarupa Damodara Gosvami; yah -- He who (Lord
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu); sviye -- His personal associate; ku-janam --
low person; api -- although; mam -- me; nyasya -- having delivered;
muditah -- pleased; urah -- of the chest; gunja-haram -- the garland of
conchshells; priyam -- dear; api -- although; ca -- and; govardhana-
silam -- a stone from Govardhana Hill; dadau -- delivered; me -- to me;
gaurangah -- Lord Gauranga; hrdaye -- in my heart; udayan -- by
manifesting; mam -- me; madayati -- maddens.
TRANSLATION
"Although I am a fallen soul, the lowest of men, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu
delivered me from the blazing forest fire of great material opulence by
His mercy. He handed me over in great pleasure to Svarupa Damodara, His
personal associate. The Lord also gave me the garland of small
conchshells that He wore on His chest and a stone from Govardhana Hill,
although they were very dear to Him. That same Lord Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu awakens within my heart and makes me mad after Him."
PURPORT
This verse is from Sri Gauranga-stava-kalpavrksa (11), written by
Raghunatha dasa Gosvami.
Antya 6.328
TEXT 328
TEXT
ei ta' kahilun raghunathera milana
iha yei sune paya caitanya-carana
SYNONYMS
ei -- this; ta' -- certainly; kahilun -- I have described; raghunathera
milana -- the meeting of Raghunatha dasa; iha -- this; yei -- anyone who;
sune -- hears; paya -- gets; caitanya-carana -- the lotus feet of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
Thus I have described the meeting of Raghunatha dasa with Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu. Anyone who hears about this incident attains the lotus feet
of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Antya 6.329
TEXT 329
TEXT
sri-rupa-raghunatha-pade yara asa
caitanya-caritamrta kahe krsnadasa
SYNONYMS
sri-rupa -- Srila Rupa Gosvami; raghunatha -- Srila Raghunatha dasa
Gosvami; pade -- at the lotus feet; yara -- whose; asa -- expectation;
Caitanya-caritamrta -- the book named Caitanya-caritamrta; kahe --
describes; krsnadasa -- Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami.
TRANSLATION
Praying at the lotus feet of Sri Rupa and Sri Raghunatha, always
desiring their mercy, I, Krsnadasa, narrate Sri Caitanya-caritamrta,
following in their footsteps.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports to Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Antya-
lila, Sixth Chapter, describing Lord Caitanya's meeting with Raghunatha
dasa Gosvami.
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Antya 6: The Meeting of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Raghunatha dasa
Gosvami
Chapter 6:
The Meeting of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Raghunatha dasa Gosvami
A summary of this chapter is given by Bhaktivinoda Thakura in his Amrta-
pravaha-bhasya as follows. When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu went into
transcendental fits of ecstatic love, Ramananda Raya and Svarupa
Damodara Gosvami attended to Him and satisfied Him as He desired.
Raghunatha dasa Gosvami had been attempting to come to the lotus feet of
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu for a long time, and finally he left his home
and met the Lord. When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu had gone to Santipura on
His way to Vrndavana, Raghunatha dasa Gosvami had offered to dedicate
his life at the Lord's lotus feet. In the meantime, however, a Muslim
official became envious of Hiranya dasa, Raghunatha dasa Gosvami's uncle,
and induced some big official court minister to have him arrested. Thus
Hiranya dasa left his home, but by the intelligence of Raghunatha dasa
the misunderstanding was mitigated. Then Raghunatha dasa went to
Panihati, and following the order of Nityananda Prabhu, he observed a
festival (cida-dadhi-mahotsava) by distributing chipped rice mixed with
yogurt. The day after the festival, Nityananda Prabhu gave Raghunatha
dasa the blessing that he would very soon attain the shelter of Sri
Caitanya Mahaprabhu. After this incident, Raghunatha dasa, with the help
of his priest, whose name was Yadunandana Acarya, got out of his house
by trickery and thus ran away. Not touching the general path, Raghunatha
dasa Gosvami secretly went to Jagannatha Puri. After twelve days, he
arrived in Jagannatha Puri at the lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu entrusted Raghunatha dasa Gosvami to Svarupa
Damodara Gosvami. Therefore another name for Raghunatha dasa Gosvami is
Svarupera Raghu, or the Raghunatha of Svarupa Damodara. For five days
Raghunatha dasa Gosvami took prasadam at the temple, but later he would
stand at the Simha-dvara gate and eat only whatever he could gather by
alms. Later he lived by taking alms from various chatras, or food
distributing centers. When Raghunatha's father received news of this, he
sent some men and money, but Raghunatha dasa Gosvami refused to accept
the money. Understanding that Raghunatha dasa Gosvami was living by
begging from the chatras, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu presented him with His
own gunja-mala and a stone from Govardhana Hill. Thereafter, Raghunatha
dasa Gosvami used to eat rejected food that he had collected and washed.
This renounced life greatly pleased both Svarupa Damodara Gosvami and
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. One day Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu took by force
some of the same food, thus blessing Raghunatha dasa Gosvami for his
renunciation.
Antya 6.1
TEXT 1
TEXT
krpa-gunair yah kugrhandha-kupad
uddhrtya bhangya raghunatha-dasam
nyasya svarupe vidadhe ‘ntar-angam
sri-krsna-caitanyam amum prapadye
SYNONYMS
krpa-gunaih -- by the ropes of causeless mercy; yah -- who; ku-grha --
of contemptible family life; andha-kupat -- from the blind well;
uddhrtya -- having raised; bhangya -- by a trick; raghunatha-dasam --
Raghunatha dasa Gosvami; nyasya -- giving over; svarupe -- to Svarupa
Damodara Gosvami; vidadhe -- made; antah-angam -- one of His personal
associates; sri-krsna-caitanyam -- unto Lord Sri Krsna Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; amum -- unto Him; prapadye -- I offer my obeisances.
TRANSLATION
With the ropes of His causeless mercy, Sri Krsna Caitanya Mahaprabhu
employed a trick to deliver Raghunatha dasa Gosvami from the blind well
of contemptible family life. He made Raghunatha dasa Gosvami one of His
personal associates, placing him under the charge of Svarupa Damodara
Gosvami. I offer my obeisances unto Him.
Antya 6.2
TEXT 2
TEXT
jaya jaya sri-caitanya jaya nityananda
jayadvaita-candra jaya gaura-bhakta-vrnda
SYNONYMS
jaya jaya -- all glories; sri-caitanya -- to Lord Caitanya; jaya -- all
glories; nityananda -- to Lord Nityananda; jaya -- all glories; advaita-
candra -- to Advaita Acarya; jaya -- all glories; gaura-bhakta-vrnda --
to the devotees of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
TRANSLATION
All glories to Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu! All glories to Lord Nityananda!
All glories to Sri Advaita Acarya! And all glories to all the devotees
of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu!
Antya 6.3
TEXT 3
TEXT
ei-mata gauracandra bhakta-gana-sange
nilacale nana lila kare nana-range
SYNONYMS
ei-mata -- in this way; gauracandra -- Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu;
bhakta-gana-sange -- with His associates; nilacale -- at Nilacala (
Jagannatha Puri); nana -- various; lila -- pastimes; kare -- performs;
nana-range -- in varieties of transcendental pleasure.
TRANSLATION
Thus Lord Gauracandra performed various pastimes with His associates at
Jagannatha Puri in varieties of transcendental pleasure.
Antya 6.4
TEXT 4
TEXT
yadyapi antare krsna-viyoga badhaye
bahire na prakasaya bhakta-duhkha-bhaye
SYNONYMS
yadyapi -- although; antare -- within the heart; krsna-viyoga --
separation from Krsna; badhaye -- obstructs; bahire -- externally; na
prakasaya -- does not exhibit; bhakta-duhkha-bhaye -- fearing the
unhappiness of the devotees.
TRANSLATION
Although Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu felt pangs of separation from Krsna, He
did not manifest His feelings externally, for He feared the unhappiness
of His devotees.
Antya 6.5
TEXT 5
TEXT
utkata viraha-duhkha yabe bahiraya
tabe ye vaikalya prabhura varnana na yaya
SYNONYMS
utkata -- severe; viraha-duhkha -- unhappiness of separation; yabe --
when; bahiraya -- is manifested; tabe -- at that time; ye -- what;
vaikalya -- transformations; prabhura -- of the Lord; varnana na yaya --
cannot be described.
TRANSLATION
The transformations undergone by the Lord when He manifested severe
unhappiness due to separation from Krsna cannot be described.
Antya 6.6
TEXT 6
TEXT
ramanandera krsna-katha, svarupera gana
viraha-vedanaya prabhura rakhaye parana
SYNONYMS
ramanandera -- of Ramananda Raya; krsna-katha -- talks of Lord Krsna;
svarupera gana -- the songs of Svarupa Damodara; viraha-vedanaya -- at
the time of pangs of separation; prabhura -- of Lord Sri Caitanya
Mahaprabhu; rakhaye -- keep; parana -- the life.
TRANSLATION
When the Lord acutely felt pangs of separation from Krsna, only Sri
Ramananda Raya's talks about Krsna and the sweet songs of Svarupa
Damodara kept Him alive.
Antya 6.7
TEXT 7
TEXT
dine prabhu nana-sange haya anya mana
ratri-kale bade prabhura viraha-vedana
SYNONYMS
dine -- during the daytime; prabhu -- Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; nana-
sange -- by various associations; haya -- becomes; anya -- diverted;
mana -- His mind; ratri-kale -- at night; bade -- increase; prabhura --
of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; viraha-vedana -- pangs of separation.
TRANSLATION
Because the Lord associated with various devotees during the day, His
mind was somewhat diverted, but at night the pangs of separation from
Krsna increased very rapidly.
Antya 6.8
TEXT 8
TEXT
tanra sukha-hetu sange rahe dui jana
krsna-rasa-sloka-gite karena santvana
SYNONYMS
tanra sukha-hetu -- for His happiness; sange -- in His association; rahe
-- remain; dui jana -- two personalities; krsna-rasa -- of the
transcendental mellows of Krsna; sloka -- verses; gite -- by songs;
karena santvana -- they pacified.
TRANSLATION
Two people -- Ramananda Raya and Svarupa Damodara Gosvami -- stayed with
the Lord to pacify Him by recitin