prabhu kahe,--eta tirtha kailun paryatana
toma-sama vaisnava na dekhilun eka-jana
prabhu kahe—the Lord said; eta tirtha—to so many holy places; kailun paryatana—I have traveled; toma-sama—like you; vaisnava—devotee; na—not; dekhilun—I could see; eka-jana—one man.
The Lord told Sarvabhauma Bhattacarya, "I have traveled to many holy places, but I could not find a Vaisnava as good as you anywhere."
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu then said, "There are, of course, many Vaisnavas in these holy places, and most of them worship Lord Narayana. Others, who are called Tattvavadis, are also Laksmi-Narayana worshipers, but they do not belong to the pure Vaisnava cult. There are many worshipers of Lord Siva, and there are also many atheists. Regardless, My dear Bhattacarya, I very much like Ramananda Raya and his opinions."
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