āra dina śiva-bhakta śiva-guṇa gāya
prabhura aṅgane nāce, ḍamaru bājāya
āra dina—another day; śiva-bhakta—a devotee of Lord Śiva; śiva-guṇa—the qualities of Lord Śiva; gāya—chants; prabhura—of Lord Caitanya; aṅgane—in the courtyard; nāce—dances; ḍamaru—a kind of musical instrument; bājāyā—plays on it.
On another day a great devotee of Lord Śiva, chanting of Lord Śiva's qualities, came to Lord Caitanya's house, where he began dancing in the courtyard and playing his ḍamaru [a musical instrument].
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