dekhiya purira prabhava loke camatkara
purva annakuta yena haila saksatkara
dekhiya—by seeing; purira—of Madhavendra Puri; prabhava—the influence; loke—all the people; camatkara—struck with wonder; purva—formerly; anna-kuta—the Annakuta ceremony during the time of Krsna; yena—as if; haila—became; saksatkara—directly manifest.
Seeing the influence of Madhavendra Puri, all the people gathered there were struck with wonder. They saw that the Annakuta ceremony, which had been performed before during the time of Krsna, was now taking place again by the mercy of Sri Madhavendra Puri.
Formerly, at the end of Dvapara-yuga, all the cowherd men of Vrndavana had arranged to worship King Indra, but they gave this worship up, following the advice of Krsna. Instead, they performed a ceremony whereby they worshiped the cows, brahmanas and Govardhana Hill. At that time Krsna expanded Himself and declared, "I am Govardhana Hill." In this way He accepted all the paraphernalia and food offered to Govardhana Hill. It is stated in Srimad-Bhagavatam (10.24.26, 31-33):
pacyantam vividhah pakah
sarva-dohas ca grhyatam
proktam nisamya nandadyah
sadhv agrhnanta tad-vacah
tatha ca vyadadhuh sarvam
upahrtya balin sarvan
adrta yavasam gavam
girim cakruh pradaksinam
"The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krsna, therefore advised the cowherd men to stop the Indra-yajna and begin the Govardhana-puja to chastise Indra, who was very much puffed up at being the supreme controller of the heavenly planets. The honest and simple cowherd men, headed by Nanda Maharaja, accepted Krsna's proposal and executed in detail everything He advised. They performed Govardhana worship and circumambulation of the hill. According to the instruction of Lord Krsna, Nanda Maharaja and the cowherd men called in learned brahmanas and began to worship Govardhana Hill by chanting Vedic hymns and offering prasada. The inhabitants of Vrndavana assembled together, decorated their cows and gave them grass. Keeping the cows in front, they began to circumambulate Govardhana Hill."
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