Chaitanya Bhagavata

by Bhumipati Dāsa | 2008 | 1,349,850 words

The Chaitanya Bhagavata 1.4.115, English translation, including a commentary (Gaudiya-bhasya). This text is similair to the Caitanya-caritamrita and narrates the pastimes of Lord Caitanya, proclaimed to be the direct incarnation of Krishna (as Bhagavan) This is verse 115 of Adi-khanda chapter 4—“Name-giving Ceremony, Childhood Pastimes, and Thieves Kidnap the Lord”.

Bengali text, Devanagari and Unicode transliteration of verse 1.4.115:

দুই চোর চলি’ যায নিজ-মর্ম-স্থানে স্কন্ধের উপরে হাসি’ যা’ন ভগবানে ॥ ১১৫ ॥

दुइ चोर चलि’ याय निज-मर्म-स्थाने स्कन्धेर उपरे हासि’ या’न भगवाने ॥ ११५ ॥

dui cora cali’ yāya nija-marma-sthāne skandhera upare hāsi’ yā’na bhagavāne || 115 ||

dui cora cali’ yaya nija-marma-sthane skandhera upare hasi’ ya’na bhagavane (115)

English translation:

(115) As the two thieves went towards their destination, the Lord smiled while riding on the thief’s shoulder.

Commentary: Gauḍīya-bhāṣya by Śrīla Bhaktisiddhānta Sarasvatī Ṭhākura:

The word marma-sthāne refers to the secluded solitary destination desired by the thieves.

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