TEXT 137
panditera gauranga-prema bujhana na yaya
'pratijna', 'sri-krsna-seva' chadila trna-praya
panditera—of Gadadhara Pandita; gauranga-prema—the love for Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; bujhana—understanding; na yaya—is not possible; pratijna—a vow; sri-krsna-seva—the service of the Lord; chadila—gave up; trna-praya—almost like straw.
No one can understand the loving intimacy between Gadadhara Pandita and Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Gadadhara Pandita gave up his vow and service to Gopinatha just as one gives up a piece of straw.
Just to get Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu's association, Gadadhara Pandita gave up his life's vow to engage in Gopinatha's service. This kind of loving affection can be understood only by very confidential devotees. Ordinarily, no one can understand its purport.

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