purira vatsalya mukhya, ramanandera suddha-sakhya,
gadadhara, jagadananda, svarupera mukhya rasananda,
ei cari bhave prabhu vasa
purira—of Paramananda Puri; vatsalya—paternal affection; mukhya—chiefly; ramanandera—of Raya Ramananda; suddha-sakhya—pure fraternity; govinda-adyera—of Govinda and others; suddha-dasya-rasa—the pure and unalloyed mellow of service; gadadhara—Gadadhara Pandita; jagadananda—Jagadananda Pandita; svarupera—of Svarupa Damodara; mukhya—chiefly; rasa-ananda—tasting the pleasure of conjugal love; ei—these; cari—in four; bhave—ecstatic conditions; prabhu—the Lord; vasa—became obliged.
Among His associates, Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu enjoyed paternal loving affection from Paramananda Puri, friendly affection with Ramananda Raya, unalloyed service from Govinda and others, and humors of conjugal love with Gadadhara, Jagadananda and Svarupa Damodara. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu enjoyed all these four mellows, and thus He remained obliged to His devotees.
Paramananda Puri is said to have been Uddhava in Vrndavana. His affections with Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu were on the platform of paternal love. This was because Paramananda Puri happened to be the Godbrother of the spiritual master of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Similarly, Ramananda Raya, who is considered an incarnation of Arjuna and by some an incarnation of Visakhadevi, enjoyed unalloyed fraternal love with the Lord. Unalloyed personal service was enjoyed by Govinda and others. In the presence of His most confidential devotees like Gadadhara Pandita, Jagadananda and Svarupa Damodara, Caitanya Mahaprabhu enjoyed the ecstatic conditions of Srimati Radharani in Her conjugal relationship with Krsna. Absorbed in these four transcendental mellows, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu resided in Jagannatha Puri, feeling very much obliged to His devotees.
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