kata dine kaila prabhu bangete gamana
yahan yaya, tahan laoyaya nama-sankirtana
kata dine—after a few days; kaila—did; prabhu—the Lord; bangete—in East Bengal; gamana—touring; yahan yaya—wherever He goes; tahan—there; laoyaya—induces; nama-sankirtana—the sankirtana movement.
After some days the Lord went to East Bengal, and wherever He went He introduced the sankirtana movement.
Although Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and His devotees in disciplic succession can defeat all kinds of learned scholars, scientists and philosophers in arguments, thus establishing the supremacy of the Personality of Godhead, their main business as preachers is to introduce sankirtana everywhere. Simply to defeat scholars and philosophers is not the occupation of a preacher. Preachers must simultaneously introduce the sankirtana movement, for that is the mission of the Caitanya cult.
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