gaurabdhir etair amuna vitirnais
sancarya—by empowering; rama-abhidha—of the name Rama; bhakta-meghe—in the cloudlike devotee; sva-bhakti—of His own devotional service; siddhanta—of conclusions; caya—all collections; amrtani—nectar; gaura-abdhih—the ocean known as Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; etaih—by these; amuna—by the cloud known as Ramananda Raya; vitirnaih—distributed; tat-jnatva—of knowledge of devotional service; ratna-alayatam—the quality of being an ocean containing valuable jewels; prayati—achieved.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, who is known as Gauranga, is the ocean of all conclusive knowledge in devotional service. He empowered Sri Ramananda Raya, who may be likened to a cloud of devotional service. This cloud was filled with the water of all the conclusive purports of devotional service and was empowered by the ocean to spread this water over the ocean of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu Himself. Thus the ocean of Caitanya Mahaprabhu became filled with the jewels of the knowledge of pure devotional service.
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