tomara vacana suni' judaya sravana
tomara madhuri dekhi' judaya nayana
tomara—Your; vacana—speeches; suni'-hearing; judaya—very much satisfied; sravana—aural reception; tomara—Your; madhuri—nectar; dekhi'-seeing; judaya—satisfies; nayana—our eyes.
"Dear Caitanya Mahaprabhu," they said, "to tell You the truth, we are greatly pleased to hear Your words, and furthermore Your bodily features are so pleasing that we feel extraordinary satisfaction in seeing You.
In the sastras it is said:
na bhaved grahyam indriyaih
sevonmukhe hi jihvadau
svayam eva sphuraty adah
"With one's materially contaminated senses one cannot understand the Supreme Personality of Godhead or His name, form, qualities or paraphernalia, but if one renders service unto Him the Lord reveals Himself." (Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu 1.2.234) Here one can see the effect of the Mayavadi sannyasis' service toward Narayana. Because they offered a little respect to Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and because they were pious and actually followed the austere rules and regulations of sannyasa, they had some understanding of Vedanta philosophy, and by the grace of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu they could appreciate that He was none other than the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is endowed with all six opulences. One of these opulences is His beauty. By His extraordinarily beautiful bodily features the Mayavadi sannyasis recognized Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu as Narayana Himself. He was not a farcical Narayana like the daridra-narayanas invented by so-called sannyasis.
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