prabhura sapa-varta yei sune sraddhavan
brahma-sapa haite tara haya paritrana
prabhura—of the Lord; sapa-varta—the incident of the curse; yei—anyone who; sune—hears; sraddhavan—with affection; brahma-sapa—cursing by a brahmana; haite—from; tara—his; haya—becomes; paritrana—deliverance.
Any faithful person who hears of this brahmana's cursing Lord Caitanya is delivered from all brahminical curses.
One should know with firm conviction that the Lord, being transcendental, is never subject to any curse or benediction. Only ordinary living entities are subjected to curses and the punishments of Yamaraja. As the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu is beyond such punishments and benedictions. When one understands this fact with faith and love, he personally becomes free from all curses uttered by brahmanas or anyone else. This incident is not mentioned in the Caitanya-bhagavata.
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