aiche saci-jagannatha, putra pana laksminatha,
purna ha-ila sakala vanchita
dhana-dhanye bhare ghara, lokamanya kalevara,
dine dine haya anandita
aiche—in that way; saci-jagannatha—mother Sacidevi and Jagannatha Misra; putra—son; pana—having obtained; laksmi-natha—personally the husband of the goddess of fortune; purna—fulfilled; ha-ila—became; sakala—all; vanchita—desires; dhana-dhanye—with riches and grains; bhare ghara—the house filled up; loka-manya kalevara—the body beloved by the people in general; dine dine—day after day; haya—becomes; anandita—pleased.
In this way mother Sacidevi and Jagannatha Misra, having obtained a son who was the husband of the goddess of fortune, had all their desires fulfilled. Their house was always filled with riches and grains. As they saw the beloved body of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, day after day their pleasure increased.
Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu is the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Therefore everyone offered their respects to Him. Even the denizens of heaven used to come in the dress of ordinary men to offer their respect to the Lord. His father and mother, Jagannatha Misra and Sacidevi, seeing the honor of their transcendental son, also became very much pleased within their hearts.
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