ye kale karena jagannatha darasana
mane bhave, kuruksetre panachi milana
ye kale—at those times; karena—does; jagannatha—Lord Jagannatha; darasana—visiting; mane—within the mind; bhave—thinks; kuru-ksetre—on the field of Kuruksetra; panachi—I have gotten; milana—meeting.
At those times, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu would visit Lord Jagannatha. Then His feelings exactly corresponded to those of the gopis when they saw Krsna at Kuruksetra after long separation. Krsna had come to Kuruksetra with His brother and sister to visit.
When Krsna was performing yajna (sacrifice) at Kuruksetra, He invited all the inhabitants of Vrndavana to come see Him. Lord Caitanya's heart was always filled with separation from Krsna, but as soon as He had the opportunity to visit the Jagannatha temple, He became fully absorbed in the thoughts of the gopis who came to see Krsna at Kuruksetra.
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