suklambara-brahmacari bada bhagyavan
yanra anna magi' kadi' khaila bhagavan
suklambara-brahmacari—of the name Suklambara Brahmacari; bada—very; bhagyavan—fortunate; yanra—whose; anna—food; magi'-begging; kadi'-snatching; khaila—ate; bhagavan—the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
The sixteenth branch, Suklambara Brahmacari, was very fortunate because Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu jokingly or seriously begged food from him or sometimes snatched it from him forcibly and ate it.
It is stated that Suklambara Brahmacari, an inhabitant of Navadvipa, was Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu's first companion in the sankirtana movement. When Lord Caitanya returned from Gaya after initiation, He stayed with Suklambara Brahmacari because He wanted to hear from this devotee about the pastimes of Lord Krsna. Suklambara Brahmacari collected alms of rice from the inhabitants of Navadvipa, and Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu took pleasure in eating the rice that he cooked. It is said that Suklambara Brahmacari was one of the wives of the yajnic brahmanas during the time of Lord Krsna's pastimes in Vrndavana. Lord Krsna begged food from the wives of the yajnic brahmanas, and Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu performed a similar pastime by begging rice from Suklambara Brahmacari.
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