kathāya sabhā ujjvala kare yena pūrṇa-candra
nija-guṇāmṛte bāḍāya vaiṣṇava-ānanda
kathāya—by words; sabhā—assembly; ujjvala—illuminated; kare—does; yena—as; pūrṇa-candra—full moon; nija—own; guṇa-amṛte—nectar of qualities; bāḍāya—increases; vaiṣṇava—of the devotees; ānanda—pleasure.
Like the full moon, he illuminated the entire assembly of the Vaiṣṇavas by speaking Śrī Caitanya-maṅgala, and by the nectar of his qualities he increased their transcendental bliss.
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