śivānandera saṅge āilā kukkura bhāgyavān
prabhura caraṇa dekhi' kaila antardhāna
śivānandera saṅge—with Śivānanda Sena; āilā—came; kukkura—a dog; bhāgyavān—fortunate; prabhura—of the Lord; caraṇa—the lotus feet; dekhi'-seeing; kaila—did; antardhāna—disappearing.
A dog accompanied Śivānanda Sena and the devotees, and that dog was so fortunate that after seeing the lotus feet of Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu, it was liberated and went back home, back to Godheand.
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