ye daṇḍa pāila śrī-śacī bhāgyavatī
se daṇḍa prasāda anya loka pābe kati
ye daṇḍa—the punishment; pāila—got; śrī-śacī bhāgyavatī—the most fortunate mother Śacīdevī; se daṇḍa—the same punishment; prasāda—favor; anya—other; loka—person; pābe—can get; kati—how.
"A similar punishment was awarded to mother Śacīdevī. Who could be more fortunate than she to receive such punishment?"
Mother Śacīdevī was similarly punished, as mentioned in the Caitanya-bhāgavata, Madhya-līlā, Chapter Twenty-two. Mother Śacīdevī, apparently showing her feminine nature, accused Advaita Prabhu of encouraging her son to become a sannyāsī. Caitanya Mahāprabhu, taking this accusation as an offense, asked Śacīdevī to touch the lotus feet of Advaita Ācārya to mitigate the offense she had supposedly committed.
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