varaha-avesa haila murari-bhavane
tanra skandhe cadi' prabhu nacila angane
varaha-avesa—the ecstasy of becoming Varahadeva; haila—became; murari-bhavane—in the house of Murari Gupta; tanra skandhe—on the shoulders of Murari Gupta; cadi'-riding; prabhu—the Lord; nacila—danced; angane—in the yard.
One day Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu felt the ecstasy of the boar incarnation and got up on the shoulders of Murari Gupta. Thus they both danced in Murari Gupta's courtyard.
One day Caitanya Mahaprabhu began to cry out, "Sukara! Sukara!" Thus crying out for the boar incarnation of the Lord, He assumed His form as the boar incarnation and got up on the shoulders of Murari Gupta. He carried a small gadu, a small waterpot with a nozzle, and thus He symbolically picked up the earth from the depths of the ocean, for this is the pastime of Lord Varaha.
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