tam sanatanam upagatam aksnor
sanukampam atha campaka-gaurah
tam—unto him; sanatanam—Sanatana Gosvami; upagatam—having arrived; aksnoh—with the eyes; drsta-matram—being only seen; ati-matra—greatly; daya-ardrah—merciful; alilinga—embraced; parighayata-dorbhyam—with His two arms; sa-anukampam—with great affection; atha—thus; campaka-gaurah—Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, who has a complexion the color of a campaka flower (golden).
"As soon as Sanatana Gosvami arrived in front of Lord Caitanya, the Lord, seeing him, became merciful to him. The Lord, who has the complexion of a golden campaka flower, opened His arms and embraced him while expressing great affection."
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