pathe yaite devalaye rahe yei grame
yanra ghare bhiksa kare, sei maha-jane
kurme yaiche riti, taiche kaila sarva-thani
nilacale punah yavat na aila gosani
pathe yaite—while passing on the road; devalaye—in a temple; rahe—He stays; yei grame—in any village; yanra ghare—at whose place; bhiksa kare—takes alms or eats; sei maha-jane—to such a great personality; kurme—unto the brahmana Kurma; yaiche—just as; riti—the process; taiche—in the same way; kaila—did; sarva-thani—in all places; nilacale—to Jagannatha Puri; punah—again; yavat—until; na—not; aila—returned; gosani—the Lord.
While on His tour, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu would spend the night at a temple or on the roadside. Whenever He accepted food from a person, He would give him the same advice He gave the brahmana named Kurma. He adopted this process until He returned from His South Indian tour to Jagannatha Puri.
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