candrasekhara, tapana misra, ara sanatana
suni' dekhi' anandita sabakara mana
candrasekhara—of the name Candrasekhara; tapana misra—of the name Tapana Misra; ara—and; sanatana—of the name Sanatana; suni'-hearing; dekhi'-seeing; anandita—very pleased; sabakara—all of them; mana—minds.
Hearing the arguments of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and seeing His victory, Candrasekhara, Tapana Misra and Sanatana Gosvami were all extremely pleased.
Here is an example of how a sannyasi should preach. When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu went to Varanasi, He went there alone, not with a big party. Locally, however, He made friendships with Candrasekhara and Tapana Misra, and Sanatana Gosvami also came to see Him. Therefore, although He did not have many friends there, due to His sound preaching and His victory in arguing with the local sannyasis on the Vedanta philosophy, He became greatly famous in that part of the country, as explained in the next verse.
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