prabhu kahe,-'tumi jagad-guru pujyatama
ami tomara na ha-i 'sisyera sisya' sama
prabhu kahe—Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu continued to speak; tumi—you; jagat-guru—the spiritual master of the whole world; pujya-tama—the most worshipable; ami—I; tomara—your; na ha-i—am not; sisyera sisya sama—equal to the disciple of the disciple.
When Prakasananda Sarasvati caught hold of the Lord's lotus feet, the Lord said, "My dear sir, you are the spiritual master of the whole world; therefore you are most worshipable. As far as I am concerned, I am not even on the level of the disciple of your disciple."
Mayavadi sannyasis generally call themselves jagad-guru, the spiritual master of the whole world. Many consider themselves worshipable by everyone, although they do not even go outside India or their own district. Out of His great magnanimity and humility, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu presented Himself as a subordinate disciple of Prakasananda Sarasvati.
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