cid-ananda krsna-vigraha 'mayika' kari' mani
ei bada 'papa',-satya caitanyera vani
cit-ananda krsna-vigraha—the transcendental form of Krsna, which is completely spiritual; mayika kari' mani—accept as made of the external energy, maya; ei bada papa—this is a great act of sin; satya—true; caitanyera vani—the words of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
"The Mayavadis do not recognize the personal form of the Lord as spiritual and full of bliss. This is a great sin. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu's statements are actually factual.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu's movement especially aims at defeating the Mayavada conclusion about the Absolute Truth. Since the members of the Mayavada school cannot understand the spiritual form of the Lord, they incorrectly think the Lord's form is also made of material energy. They think that He is covered by a material body just like other living beings. Due to this offensive understanding, they cannot recognize that Sri Krsna's personal form is transcendental, not material. Their conclusion is a great offense at the lotus feet of the Lord. As explained by Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Sri Krsna has His eternal, blissful form that is full of knowledge, and all Vaisnava acaryas accept this. That is the proper understanding of the Absolute Truth.
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