ei sukha lagi' ami karilun sannyasa!
amara 'sarva-nasa'--toma-sabara 'parihasa'
ei—this; sukha—happiness; lagi'-for; ami—I; karilun sannyasa—have taken to the renounced order; amara sarva-nasa—My ruination; toma-sabara—of all of you; parihasa—joking.
"Have I taken sannyasa for such happiness? Accepting this oil would bring My ruination, and all of you would laugh.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu declared Himself a strict sannyasi. A sannyasi is not supposed to take help from anyone. Retaining a masseur to give Him massages would indicate His dependence on others. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu wanted to follow very strictly the principle of not accepting anyone's help for His bodily comfort.
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