'saksate' sakala bhakta dekhe nirvisesa
nakula brahmacari-dehe prabhura 'avesa'
saksate—directly; sakala—all; bhakta—devotees; dekhe—see; nirvisesa—nothing peculiar but as He is; nakula brahmacari—of the name Nakula Brahmacari; dehe—in the body; prabhura—the Lord's; avesa—symptoms of power.
The appearance of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu in every devotee's presence is called saksat. His appearance in Nakula Brahmacari as a symptom of special prowess is an example of avesa.
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