TEXT 229
mathura yaiba ami eta loka sange
kichu sukha na paiba, habe rasa-bhange
mathura—the holy place of the name Mathura; yaiba—shall go; ami—I; eta—so many; loka—people; sange—with; kichu—any; sukha—happiness; na—not; paiba—I shall get; habe—there will be; rasa-bhange—a disturbance in the atmosphere.
The Lord thought, "If I go to Mathura with such crowds behind Me, it would not be a very happy situation, for the atmosphere would be disturbed."
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu confirms that visiting a holy place like Vrndavana with so many people is simply disturbing. He would not find the happiness He desired by visiting such holy places in that way.

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