TEXT 137
mahā-tejo-maya duṅhe kamala-nayana
duṅhāra bhāvāveśa, duṅhe--candra-vadana
SYNONYMS
mahā-tejaḥ-maya—brilliantly effulgent; duṅhe—both of Them; kamala-nayana—lotus-eyed; duṅhāra—of both of Them; bhāva-āveśa—absorbed in ecstasy; duṅhe—both of Them; candra-vadana—moon-faced.
TRANSLATION
The devotees saw that both Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu and Gopāla were brilliantly effulgent and had eyes like lotuses. They were both absorbed in ecstasy, and Their faces resembled full moons.

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