nyasam vidhayotpranayo 'tha gauro
vrndavanam gantu-mana bhramad yah
radhe bhraman santi-purim ayitva
lalasa bhaktair iha tam nato 'smi
nyasam—the regular ritualistic ceremonies of the sannyasa order; vidhaya—after accepting; utpranayah—arousal of intense love for Krsna; atha—thus; gaurah—Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; vrndavanam—to Vrndavana; gantu-manah—thinking of going; bhramat—apparently by mistake; yah—who; radhe—in the tract of land known as Radha; bhraman—wandering; santi-purim—to Santipura; ayitva—going; lalasa—enjoyed; bhaktaih—with the devotees; iha—here; tam—unto Him; natah asmi—I offer my respectful obeisances.
After accepting the sannyasa order of life, Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu, out of intense love for Krsna, wanted to go to Vrndavana, but apparently by mistake He wandered in the Radha-desa. Later He arrived at Santipura and enjoyed Himself there with His devotees. I offer my respectful obeisances to Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
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