vaisnava-dharma ninda kare, vaisnava-apamana
bahu-dinera aparadhe paila parinama
vaisnava-dharma—the cult of Vaisnavism; ninda kare—blasphemes; vaisnava apamana—insults to the devotees; bahu-dinera—for a long time; aparadhe—by offensive activities; paila—got; parinama—the resultant action.
Because of blaspheming the cult of Vaisnavism and insulting the devotees for a long time, he now received the results of his offensive activities.
Ramacandra Khan was a great offender at the lotus feet of the Vaisnavas and Visnu. Just as Ravana, although born of a brahmana father, Visvasrava, was nevertheless called an asura or raksasa because of his offenses against Lord Ramacandra (Visnu) and Hanuman (a Vaisnava), so Ramacandra Khan also became such an asura because of his offenses against Haridasa Thakura and many others.
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