TEXT 199
śuka, pika, bhṛṅga prabhure dekhi' 'pañcama' gāya
śikhi-gaṇa nṛtya kari' prabhu-āge yāya
SYNONYMS
śuka—parrots; pika—cuckoos; bhṛṅga—bumblebees; prabhure—Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; dekhi'-seeing; pañcama—the fifth musical note; gāya—sing; śikhi-gaṇa—peacocks; nṛtya—dancing; kari'-performing; prabhu-āge—in front of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; yāya—go.
TRANSLATION
Bumblebees and birds like the parrot and cuckoo all began to sing loudly on the fifth note, and the peacocks began to dance in front of the Lord.

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