svarupe puchena prabhu ha-iya vismite
mora manera katha rupa janila kemate
svarupe—unto Svarupa Gosvami; puchena—inquired; prabhu—the Lord; ha-iya—becoming; vismite—struck with wonder; mora—My; manera—of the mind; katha—intention; rupa—Rupa Gosvami; janila—understand; kemate—how.
Having shown the verse to Svarupa Damodara with great wonder, Caitanya Mahaprabhu asked him how Rupa Gosvami could understand the intentions of His mind.
We had the opportunity to receive a similar blessing from Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Gosvami when we presented an essay at his birthday ceremony. He was so much pleased with that essay that he used to call some of his confidential devotees and show it to them. How could we have understood the intentions of Srila Prabhupada?
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