'dekhinu' 'dekhinu' bali' ha-ila pagala
preme nrtya kare, haila vaisnava agala
dekhinu—I have seen; dekhinu—I have seen; bali'-saying; ha-ila—became; pagala—mad; preme—in the ecstasy of love; nrtya—dancing; kare—does; haila—became; vaisnava—devotee; agala—first class.
Saying "I have seen! I have seen!" and dancing in ecstatic love as though mad, he became a first-class Vaisnava.
There was a Muslim tailor near the house of Srivasa Thakura who used to sew the garments of the family. One day he was very much pleased with the dancing of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; indeed, he was enchanted. The Lord, understanding his attitude, showed him His original form as Krsna. The tailor then began to dance, saying, "I have seen! I have seen!" He became absorbed in ecstatic love and began to dance with Lord Caitanya. Thus he became one of the foremost Vaisnava adherents of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
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