jagadanandera 'prema-vivarta' sune yei jana
premera 'svarupa' jane, paya prema-dhana
jagadanandera—of Jagadananda; prema-vivarta—loving exchange; sune—hears; yei jana—any person who; premera—of love; svarupa—identity; jane—he knows; paya—gets; prema-dhana—the wealth of ecstatic love of Krsna.
Anyone who hears about the loving exchanges between Jagadananda Pandita and Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, or who reads Jagadananda's book Prema-vivarta, can understand what love is. Moreover, he achieves ecstatic love of Krsna.
The word vivarta means accepting something to be the opposite of what it appears. Here, Jagadananda Pandita appeared very angry, but this anger was a manifestation of his great love for Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Prema-vivarta is also the name of a book written by Jagadananda Pandita. Therefore the author of Caitanya-caritamrta, Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami, uses the words prema-vivarta to refer to one who reads the book or hears about Jagadananda Pandita's relationships with Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. In either case, such a person very soon achieves love of Krsna.
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