prataparudrera bhagya dekhi' bhakta-gane
rajare prasamse sabe anandita-mane
prataparudrera—of King Prataparudra; bhagya—the fortune; dekhi'-seeing; bhakta-gane—all the devotees; rajare—the King; prasamse—praised; sabe—all; anandita-mane—with blissful minds.
Seeing the Lord's special mercy upon King Prataparudra, the devotees praised the King's fortune, and their minds became open and blissful.
This is a characteristic of a Vaisnava. He is never envious if one receives the mercy and strength of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. A pure Vaisnava is very happy to see a person elevated in devotional service. Unfortunately, there are many so-called Vaisnavas who become envious to see someone actually recognized by Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. It is a fact that no one can preach Caitanya Mahaprabhu's message without receiving the special mercy of the Lord. This is known to every Vaisnava, yet there are some envious people who cannot tolerate the expansion of this Krsna consciousness movement all over the world. They find fault with a pure devotee preacher and do not praise him for the excellent service he renders in fulfilling Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu's mission.

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