dine ācāryera prīti--prabhura darśana
rātre loka dekhe prabhura nartana-kīrtana
dine—during the daytime; ācāryera prīti—the loving affairs of Adtvaita Ācārya; prabhura darśana—the sight of Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu; rātre—at night; loka—all the people; dekhe—see; prabhura—of the Lord; nartana-kīrtana—dancing and chanting.
All the people who came there during the day saw Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu and the friendly behavior of Advaita Ācārya. At night they had the opportunity to see the Lord's dancing and hear His chanting.
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