prate asi' prabhu-pade la-ila sarana
prabhu krpa kaila, tanra khandila bandhana
prate—in the morning; asi'-coming back; prabhu-pade—at the lotus feet of the Lord; la-ila—took; sarana—shelter; prabhu—the Lord; krpa—mercy; kaila—showed; tanra—his; khandila—cut off; bandhana—all bondage.
The next morning the poet came to Lord Caitanya and surrendered unto His lotus feet. The Lord bestowed His mercy upon him and cut off all his bondage to material attachment.
The same process advocated by Lord Sri Krsna in His teachings of theBhagavad-gita as it is-"Surrender unto Me in all instances"-was advocated by Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu. The champion surrendered unto the Lord, and the Lord favored him. One who is favored by the Lord is freed from material bondage, as stated in the Bhagavad-gita (4.9): tyaktva deham punar janma naiti mam eti so 'rjuna.
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