yadyapi raya--premi, maha-bhagavate
tanra mana krsna-maya nare acchadite
tathapi prabhura iccha--parama prabala
janileha rayera mana haila talamala
yadyapi—although; raya—Ramananda Raya; premi—a great lover of Krsna; maha-bhagavate—a topmost devotee; tanra—his; mana—mind; krsna-maya—the illusory energy of Krsna; nare—not able; acchadite—to cover; tathapi—still; prabhura iccha—the Lord's desire; parama prabala—very intense; janileha—even though it was known; rayera mana—the mind of Ramananda Raya; haila—there was; talamala—agitation.
Sri Ramananda Raya was a great devotee of the Lord and a lover of God, and although his mind could not be covered by Krsna's illusory energy, and although he could understand the mind of the Lord, which was very strong and intense, Ramananda's mind became a little agitated.
The perfect devotee always acts according to the desires of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. But a materialistic man is carried away by the waves of the material energy. Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura has said, mayara vase, yaccha bhese', khaccha habudubu, bhai. A person under the grip of the material energy is carried away by the waves of that illusory energy. In other words, a person in the material world is a servant of maya. However, a person in the spiritual energy is a servant of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Although Ramananda Raya knew that nothing was unknown to Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, he nonetheless began to speak further on the subject because the Lord desired it.
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