yah prag eva priya-guna-ganair gadha-baddho 'pi mukto
gehadhyasad rasa iva paro murta evapy amurtah
premalapair drdhatara-parisvanga-rangaih prayage
tam sri-rupam samam anupamenanujagraha devah
yah—who; prak eva—previously; priya-guna-ganaih—by the desirable transcendental qualities of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; gadha—deeply; baddhah—attached; api—although; muktah—liberated; geha-adhyasat—from the bondage of family life; rasah—transcendental mellows; iva—like; parah—transcendental; murtah—personal form; eva—certainly; api—although; amurtah—without having a material form; prema-alapaih—by discussions of transcendental love of the Supreme; drdhatara—firm; parisvanga—of embracing; rangaih—with great pleasure; prayage—at Prayaga; tam—to him; sri-rupam—Rupa Gosvami; samam—with; anupamena—Anupama; anujagraha—showed mercy; devah—the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
"From the very beginning, Srila Rupa Gosvami was deeply attracted by the transcendental qualities of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Thus he was permanently relieved from family life. Srila Rupa Gosvami and his younger brother, Vallabha, were blessed by Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Although the Lord was transcendentally situated in His transcendental eternal form, at Prayaga He told Rupa Gosvami about transcendental ecstatic love of Krsna. The Lord then embraced him very fondly and bestowed all His mercy upon him.
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