kalau yam vidvamsah sphutam abhiyajante dyuti-bharad
akrsnangam krsnam makha-vidhibhir utkirtana-mayaih
upasyam ca prahur yam akhila-caturthasrama-jusam
sa devas caitanyakrtir atitaram nah krpayatu
kalau—in the Age of Kali; yam—Him whom; vidvamsah—the learned men; sphutam—clearly manifested; abhiyajante—worship; dyuti-bharat—due to an abundance of bodily luster; akrsna-angam—whose body is not blackish; krsnam—Lord Krsna; makha-vidhibhih—by the performances of sacrifice; utkirtana-mayaih—consisting of loud chanting of the holy name; upasyam—worshipable object; ca—and; prahuh—they said; yam—whom; akhila—all; caturtha-asrama-jusam—of those who are in the fourth order of life (sannyasa); sah—He; devah—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; caitanya-akrtih—having the form of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu; atitaram—excessively; nah—unto us; krpayatu—let Him show His mercy.
"By performing the sacrifice of congregational chanting of the holy name, learned scholars in the Age of Kali worship Lord Krsna, who is now non-blackish because of the great upsurge of the feelings of Srimati Radharani. He is the only worshipable Deity for the paramahamsas, who have attained the highest stage of the fourth order [sannyasa]. May that Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Caitanya, show us His great causeless mercy."
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