kalena luptam nija-saktim utkah
sancarya rupe vyatanot punah sa
prabhur vidhau prag iva loka-srstim
vrndavaniyam—related to Vrndavana; rasa-keli-vartam—talks about the pastimes of Sri Krsna; kalena—with the course of time; luptam—lost; nija-saktim—His personal potency; utkah—being eager; sancarya—infusing; rupe—to Rupa Gosvami; vyatanot—manifested; punah—again; sah—He; prabhuh—Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; vidhau—unto Lord Brahma; prak iva—as formerly; loka-srstim—the creation of this cosmic manifestation.
Before the creation of this cosmic manifestation, the Lord enlightened the heart of Lord Brahma with the details of the creation and manifested the Vedic knowledge. In exactly the same way, the Lord, being anxious to revive the Vrndavana pastimes of Lord Krsna, impregnated the heart of Rupa Gosvami with spiritual potency. By this potency, Srila Rupa Gosvami could revive the activities of Krsna in Vrndavana, activities almost lost to memory. In this way, He spread Krsna consciousness throughout the world.
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