vedamaya-murti tumi,--saksat narayana
ksama aparadha,--purve ye kailun nindana
veda-maya—transformation of the Vedic knowledge; murti—form; tumi—You; saksat—directly; narayana—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; ksama—excuse; aparadha—offense; purve—before; ye—that; kailun—we have done; nindana—criticism.
"Dear sir, You are Vedic knowledge personified and are directly Narayana Himself. Kindly excuse us for the offenses we previously committed by criticizing You."
The complete path of bhakti-yoga is based upon the process of becoming humble and submissive. By the grace of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu, all the Mayavadi sannyasis were very humble and submissive after hearing His explanation of the Vedanta-sutra, and they begged to be pardoned for the offenses they had committed by criticizing the Lord for simply chanting and dancing and not taking part in the study of the Vedanta-sutra. We are propagating the Krsna consciousness movement simply by following in the footsteps of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu. We may not be very well versed in the Vedanta-sutra aphorisms and may not understand their meaning, but we follow in the footsteps of the acaryas, and because of our strictly and obediently following in the footsteps of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu, it is to be understood that we know everything regarding the Vedanta-sutra.
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