rupa-gosani, aile tanre bahu priti kaila
apana-sange lana 'dvadasa vana' dekhaila
rupa-gosani—Rupa Gosani; aile—when he came to Mathura; tanre—unto him; bahu—much; priti—love; kaila—showed; apana-sange lana—taking Rupa Gosvami personally with him; dvadasa vana—the twelve forests of Vrndavana; dekhaila—showed.
When Rupa Gosvami arrived at Mathura, Subuddhi Raya, out of love and affection for him, wanted to serve him in so many ways. He personally took Rupa Gosvami to see all the twelve forests of Vrndavana.
Srila Rupa Gosvami had been a minister in the government of Hussain Shah, and Subuddhi Raya was also known to Hussain Shah, because as a boy, he had been Subuddhi Raya's servant. It appears that Subuddhi Raya was elderly, yet while he was living in Mathura he showed Rupa Gosvami the twelve forests of Vrndavana.
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