ganga-ghate vrksa-tale rahe ta' vasiya
eka dina bale kichu prabhuke dekhiya
ganga-ghate—on the bank of the Ganges; vrksa-tale—underneath a tree; rahe—remains; ta'-certainly; vasiya—sitting; eka dina—one day; bale—says; kichu—something; prabhuke—the Lord; dekhiya—seeing.
Since leprosy is an infectious disease, Gopala Capala left the village to sit down on the bank of the Ganges underneath a tree. One day, however, he saw Caitanya Mahaprabhu passing by and spoke to Him as follows.
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