tri-bhanga-sundara vraje vrajendra-nandana
kahan paba, ei vancha bade anuksana
tri-bhanga—bent in three places; sundara—beautiful; vraje—in Vrndavana; vrajendra-nandana—the son of Nanda Maharaja; kahan—where; paba—shall I get; ei—this; vancha—desire; bade—increases; anuksana—incessantly.
Absorbed in the ecstasy of the gopis, Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu wished to see Lord Jagannatha in His original form as Krsna, the son of Nanda Maharaja, standing in Vrndavana and appearing very beautiful, His body curved in three places. His desire to see that form was always increasing.
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