purva-siddha bhava dunhara udaya karila
daive vanamali ghataka saci-sthane aila
purva-siddha—as it is already settled; bhava—ecstasy; dunhara—of both of them; udaya—awakened; karila—was made; daive—also accidentally; vanamali—of the name Vanamali; ghataka—the marriage-maker; saci-sthane—at the place of Sacimata; aila—came.
When the Lord and Laksmidevi met, their relationship awakened, having already been settled, and coincidentally the marriage-maker Vanamali came to see Sacimata.
Vanamali Ghataka, a resident of Navadvipa and a brahmana by caste, arranged the marriage of the Lord to Laksmidevi. He was formerly Visvamitra, who negotiated the marriage of Lord Ramacandra, and later he was the brahmana who negotiated the marriage of Lord Krsna with Rukmini. That same brahmana acted as the marriage-maker of the Lord in caitanya-lila.
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