tabe putra janamila 'visvarupa' nama
tabe—thereafter; putra—son; janamila—took birth; visvarupa—Visvarupa; nama—named; maha-gunavan—highly qualified; tenha—He; baladeva—of Lord Baladeva; dhama—incarnation.
After this, Jagannatha Misra got a son of the name Visvarupa, who was most powerful and highly qualified because He was an incarnation of Baladeva.
Visvarupa was the elder brother of Gaurahari, Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. When arrangements were being made for His marriage, He took sannyasa and left home. He took the sannyasa name of Sankararanya. In 1431 Sakabda Era (A.D. 1510), He disappeared in Panderapura in the district of Sholapur. As an incarnation of Sankarsana, He is both the ingredient and immediate cause of the creation of this material world. He is nondifferent from Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, as amsa and amsi, or the part and the whole, are not different. He belongs to the quadruple manifestation of catur-vyuha as an incarnation of Sankarsana. In the Gaura-candrodaya it is said that Visvarupa, after His so-called demise, remained mixed within Sri Nityananda Prabhu.
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