krsna-mantre karaila dui purascarana
acirat paibare caitanya-carana
krsna-mantre—in the holy mantra Hare Krsna; karaila—caused to perform; dui—two; purascarana—religious ceremonies; acirat—without delay; paibare—to get; caitanya-carana—the shelter of the lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
The brahmanas performed religious ceremonies and chanted the holy name of Krsna so that the two brothers might attain shelter at the lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu very soon.
A purascarana is a ritualistic ceremony performed under the guidance of an expert spiritual master or a brahmana. It is performed for the fulfillment of certain desires. One rises early in the morning, chants the Hare Krsna mantra, performs arcana by the arati ceremony and worships the Deities. These activities are described in the Fifteenth Chapter, verse 108.
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