sei katha sabara madhye kahe nityananda
suniya vaisnava-mane badila ananda
sei katha—that incident; sabara madhye—among all of them; kahe—says; nityananda—Lord Nityananda Prabhu; suniya—hearing; vaisnava-mane—in the minds of all the Vaisnavas; badila—increased; ananda—the transcendental bliss.
This same narration was again related by Lord Nityananda to all the devotees, and their transcendental bliss increased as they heard the story again.
The words mahaprabhura mukhe, "from the mouth of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu," are significant because Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu first heard the story of Madhavendra Puri from His spiritual master, Sripada Isvara Puri. For this story refer to Madhya-lila, Chapter Four, verse eighteen. After staying at Sri Advaita's house in Santipura for some time, the Lord narrated the story of Madhavendra Puri to Nityananda Prabhu, Jagadananda Prabhu, Damodara Pandita and Mukunda dasa. When they went to Remuna to the temple of Gopinatha, He described Madhavendra Puri's installation of the Gopala Deity as well as Gopinatha's stealing condensed milk. Due to this incident, Lord Gopinatha became well known as Ksiracora, the thief who stole condensed milk.
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