ei-mate dunhe karena dharmera vicara
visuddha-vatsalya misrera, nahi jane ara
ei-mate—in this way; dunhe—both of them; karena—do; dharmera—of religion; vicara—consideration; visuddha—unalloyed; vatsalya—parental affection; misrera—of Jagannatha Misra; nahi—there is not; jane—he knew; ara—anything else.
In this way Jagannatha Misra and the brahmana discussed the principles of religion in the dream, yet Jagannatha Misra was absorbed in unalloyed parental mellow and did not want to know anything else.
In Srimad-Bhagavatam (10.8.45) it is said: "Lord Krsna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is worshiped with exalted hymns by all the Vedas and Upanisads and by great personalities through sankhya-yoga in the mode of goodness, was considered by mother Yasoda and Nanda to be their own little son." Similarly, Jagannatha Misra also considered Lord Caitanya Mahaprahhu his beloved little boy, although He is worshiped with all veneration by learned brahmanas and saintly persons.
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