yatra ha vava bhagavan harir adyapi tatratyanam nija-jananam vatsalyena sannidhapyata iccha-rupena.
yatra—where; ha vava—certainly; bhagavan—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; harih—the Lord; adya-api—even today; tatratyanam—residing in that place; nija-jananam—for His own devotees; vatsalyena—by His transcendental affection; sannidhapyate—becomes visible; iccha-rupena—according to the desire of the devotee.
At Pulaha-asrama, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Hari, out of His transcendental affection for His devotee, becomes visible to His devotee, satisfying His devoteeís desires.
The Lord always exists in different transcendental forms. As stated in Brahma-samhita (5.39):
The Lord is situated as Himself, Lord Krsna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, and He is accompanied by His expansions like Lord Rama, Baladeva, Sankarsana, Narayana, Maha-Visnu and so forth. The devotees worship all these forms according to their liking, and the Lord, out of His affection, presents Himself as arca-vigraha. He sometimes presents Himself personally before the devotee out of reciprocation or affection. A devotee is always fully surrendered to the loving service of the Lord, and the Lord is visible to the devotee according to the devoteeís desires. He may be present in the form of Lord Rama, Lord Krsna, Lord Nrsimhadeva and so on. Such is the exchange of love between the Lord and His devotees.

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