tabe sarvabhauma kare ara nivedana
tomara sange sannyasi ache dasa-jana
tabe—thereafter; sarvabhauma—Sarvabhauma Bhattacarya; kare—does; ara—another; nivedana—submission; tomara sange—with You; sannyasi—in the renounced order of life; ache—there are; dasa-jana—ten persons.
A sannyasi should not cook food for himself or accept an invitation to eat at a devotee's house continuously for many days. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu was very kind and affectionate toward His devotees, yet He would not accept a long invitation at Sarvabhauma's house. Out of affection, He accepted only five days in the month. The ten sannyasis living with the Lord were (1) Paramananda Puri, (2) Svarupa Damodara, (3) Brahmananda Puri, (4) Brahmananda Bharati, (5) Visnu Puri, (6) Kesava Puri, (7) Krsnananda Puri, (8) Nrsimha Tirtha, (9) Sukhananda Puri and (10) Satyananda Bharati.
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