'sahajei pujya tumi, are ta' sannyasa
ataeva han tomara ami nija-dasa'
sahajei—naturally; pujya—respectable; tumi—You; are—over and above this; ta'-certainly; sannyasa—the renounced order of life; ataeva—therefore; han—am; tomara—Your; ami—I; nija-dasa—personal servant.
"You are naturally respectable. Besides, You are a sannyasi; thus I wish to become Your personal servant."
A sannyasi is always to be worshiped and offered all kinds of respect by the grhasthas (householders). Although Sarvabhauma Bhattacarya was older than Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Sarvabhauma respected Him as a sannyasi and as one who had attained the topmost platform of spiritual ecstasy. Thus the Bhattacarya certainly accepted Him as his master.
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