TEXT 168
gauḍeśvara yavana-rājā prabhāva śuniñā
kahite lāgila kichu vismita hañā
SYNONYMS
gauḍa-īśvara—King of Bengal; yavana-rājā—Muslim king; prabhāva—influence; śuniñā—hearing; kahite—to say; lāgila—began; kichu—something; vismita—astonished; hañā—becoming.
TRANSLATION
When the Muslim King of Bengal heard of Caitanya Mahāprabhu's influence in attracting innumerable people, he became very astonished and began to speak as follows.
PURPORT
At that time the Muslim king of Bengal was Nawab Hussain Shah Bādasāha.

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