itimadhye candrasekhara, misra-tapana
duhkhi hana prabhu-paya kaila nivedana
iti-madhye—in the meantime; candrasekhara—the clerk of the name Candrasekhara; misra-tapana—as well as Tapana Misra; duhkhi hana—becoming very unhappy; prabhu-paya—at the lotus feet of the Lord; kaila—made; nivedana—an appeal.
While Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu was instructing Sanatana Gosvami, both Candrasekhara and Tapana Misra became very unhappy. Therefore they submitted an appeal unto the lotus feet of the Lord.
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