remunate kaila gopinatha darasana
tanra rupa dekhina haila vihvala-mana
remunate—in the village of Remuna; kaila—did; gopinatha—the Deity of Gopinatha; darasana—seeing; tanra—His; rupa—beauty; dekhina—seeing; haila—became; vihvala—bewildered; mana—mind.
Going into South India, Sri Madhavendra Puri visited Remuna, where Gopinatha is situated. Upon seeing the beauty of the Deity, Madhavendra Puri was overwhelmed.
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