varanasi-madhye prabhura bhakta tina jana
candrasekhara vaidya, ara misra tapana
raghunatha bhattacarya--misrera nandana
prabhu yabe kasi aila dekhi' vrndavana
candrasekhara-grhe kaila dui masa vasa
tapana-misrera ghare bhiksa dui masa
varanasi-madhye—at Varanasi; prabhura—of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu; bhakta—devotees; tina jana—three persons; candrasekhara vaidya—the clerk of the name Candrasekhara; ara—and; misra tapana—Tapana Misra; raghunatha bhattacarya—of the name Raghunatha Bhattacarya; misrera nandana—the son of Tapana Misra; prabhu—Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; yabe—when; kasi—Varanasi; aila—came; dekhi'-after visiting; vrndavana—the holy place known as Vrndavana; candrasekhara grhe—in the house of Candrasekhara Vaidya; kaila—did; dui masa—for two months; vasa—reside; tapana-misrera—of Tapana Misra; ghare—in the house; bhiksa—accepted prasada; dui masa—for two months.
The prominent devotees at Varanasi were the physician Candrasekhara, Tapana Misra and Raghunatha Bhattacarya, Tapana Misra's son. When Lord Caitanya came to Varanasi after seeing Vrndavana, for two months He lived at the residence of Candrasekhara Vaidya and accepted prasada at the house of Tapana Misra.
When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu was in Bengal, Tapana Misra approached Him to discuss spiritual advancement. Thus he was favored by Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu and received hari-nama initiation. After that, by the order of the Lord, Tapana Misra resided in Varanasi, and when Lord Caitanya visited Varanasi He stayed at the home of Tapana Misra.
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