murāri-gupta-mukhe śuni' rāma-guṇa-grāma
lalāṭe likhila tāṅra 'rāmadāsa' nāma
murāri-gupta—of Murāri Gupta; mukhe—from the mouth; śuni'-hearing; rāma—of Lord Rāmacandra; guṇa-grāma—glories; lalāṭe—on the forehead; likhila—wrote; tāṅra—of Murāri Gupta; rāma-dāsa—the eternal servant of Lord Rāmacandra; nāma—the name.
Murāri Gupta was a great devotee of Lord Rāmacandra. When Lord Caitanya heard Lord Rāmacandra's glories from his mouth, He immediately wrote on his forehead "rāmadāsa" [the eternal servant of Lord Rāmacandra].
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