kājī, yavana ihāra nā kariha hiṁsana
āpana-icchāya buluna, yāhāṅ uṅhāra mana
kājī—magistrate; yavana—Muslim; ihāra—of Him; nā—do not; kariha—make; hiṁsana—jealousy; āpana-icchāya—at His own will; buluna—let Him go; yāhāṅ—wherever; uṅhāra—of Him; mana—mind.
The Muslim King ordered the magistrate, "Do not disturb this Hindu prophet out of jealousy. Let Him do His own will wherever He likes."
Even a Muslim king could understand Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu's transcendental position as a prophet; therefore he ordered the local magistrate not to disturb Him but to let Him do whatever He liked.
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