ihan aisa, ihan aisa, sunaha sripada
apavitra sthane vaisa, kiba avasada
ihan aisa—come here; ihan aisa—come here; sunaha—kindly hear; sripada—Your Holiness; apavitra—unholy; sthane—place; vaisa—You are sitting; kiba—what is that; avasada—lamentation.
"Please come here. Please come here, Your Holiness. Why do You sit in that unclean place? What has caused Your lamentation?"
Here is the distinction between Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Prakasananda Sarasvati. In the material world everyone wants to introduce himself as very important and great, but Caitanya Mahaprabhu introduced Himself very humbly and meekly.The Mayavadis were sitting in an exalted position, and Caitanya Mahaprabhu sat in a place that was not even clean. Therefore the Mayavadi sannyasis thought that He must have been aggrieved for some reason, and Prakasananda Sarasvati inquired about the cause for His lamentation.
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