ye kale dekhe jagannatha-srirama-subhadra-satha,
tabe jane--ailama kuruksetra
saphala haila jivana, dekhilun padma-locana,
ye kale—at that time when; dekhe—He sees; jagannatha—Lord Jagannatha; sri-rama—Balarama; subhadra—Subhadra; satha—with; tabe—at that time; jane—knows; ailama—I have come; kuruksetra—to the pilgrimage site known as Kuruksetra; sa-phala—successful; haila—has become; jivana—life; dekhilun—I have seen; padma-locana—the lotus eyes; judaila—pacified; tanu—body; mana—mind; netra—eyes.
When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu would see Jagannatha along with Balarama and Subhadra, He would immediately think that He had reached Kuruksetra, where all of them had come. He would think that His life was successful because He had seen the lotus-eyed one, whom, if seen, pacifies the body, mind and eyes.
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