prabhu kahe--bauliya, aiche kahe kara
acaryera lajja-dharma-hani se acara
prabhu kahe—the Lord said; bauliya—one who does not know what is right; aiche—in that way; kahe—why; kara—do; acaryera—of Sri Advaita Acarya; lajja—privacy; dharma—religion; hani—loss; se—that; acara—you act.
Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu instructed Kamalakanta, "You are a bauliya, one who does not know things as they are. Why do you act in this way? Why do you invade the privacy of Advaita Acarya and damage His religious principles?
Kamalakanta Visvasa, out of his ignorance, asked the King of Jagannatha Puri, Maharaja Prataparudra, to liquidate the three-hundred-rupee debt of Advaita Acarya, but at the same time he established Advaita Acarya as an incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. This is contradictory. An incarnation of the Supreme Godhead cannot be indebted to anyone in this material world. Caitanya Mahaprabhu is never satisfied by such a contradiction, which is technically called rasabhasa, or overlapping of one humor (rasa) with another. This is the same type of idea as the contradiction that Narayana is poverty-stricken (daridra-narayana).
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