pulina-bhojane yena krsna madhya-sthane
caudikera sakha kahe,-amare nehane
pulina-bhojane—eating on the bank of Yamuna; yena—as; krsna—Lord Krsna; madhya-sthane—sitting in the middle; cau-dikera—on four sides; sakha—cowherd boyfriends; kahe—say; amare nehane—just seeing me.
In His own pastimes in Vrndavana, when Krsna used to eat on the bank of the Yamuna and sit in the center of His friends, every one of the cowherd boys would perceive that Krsna was looking at him. In the same way, when Caitanya Mahaprabhu was dancing, everyone saw that Caitanya Mahaprabhu was facing him.
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