darśane āveśa tāṅra dekhi' mātra jāne
kemane caudike dekhe,-ihā nāhi jāne
darśane—while looking over; āveśa—emotional ecstasy; tāṅra—His; dekhi'—seeing; mātra jāne—only knows; kemane—how; cau-dike—on four sides; dekhe—He sees; ihā nāhi jāne—one does not know.
Everyone who saw Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu could understand that He was performing a miracle, but they did not know how it was that He could see on all four sides.
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