sarva-jña gosāñi jāni' sabāra durgati
ghare vasi' cinte tā'-sabāra avyāhati
sarva-jña—all-knowing; gosāñi—Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu; jāni'-knowing; sabāra—of all of them; durgati—degradation; ghare—at home; vasi'-sitting; cinte—contemplates; tā'-of them; sabāra—of all; avyāhati—the rescue.
Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu, being omniscient, could understand the degradation of these students. Thus He sat at home, contemplating how to rescue them.
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