viprera kustha suni' haridasa mane duhkhi haila
balai-purohite kahi' santipura aila
viprera—of the brahmana; kustha—leprosy; suni'-hearing; haridasa—Haridasa Thakura; mane—within the mind; duhkhi haila—became unhappy; balai-purohite—unto Balarama Acarya; kahi'-speaking; santipura aila—came to Santipura.
Haridasa Thakura was unhappy when he heard that the brahmana Gopala Cakravarti had been attacked by leprosy. Thus after informing Balarama Acarya, the priest of Hiranya Majumadara, he went to Santipura, the home of Advaita Acarya.
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