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Text Eighteen

ksaraksarabhyam paramah sa eva purusottamah caitanyakhyam param tattvam sarva-karana-karanam

"dhanyanam hrdi bhasatam givivara-pratyagra-kunjaukasam satyananda-rasam vikara-vibhava-vyavrttam antar-mahah asmakam kila ballavi-rati-raso vrndatavi-lalaso gopah ko'pi mahendranila-ruciras citte muhuh kridatu"

"May the cowherd boy who is a festival of ecstatic bliss for the hearts of the fortunate creatures residing in the groves of Govardhana Hill, Who is the lover of the Gopis, Who eagerly enjoys pastimes in Vrindavana forest, and Whose complexion is as splendid as a great sapphire, eternally enjoy transcendental pastimes in our hearts."

Sri Isvara Puri as cited by Srila Rupa Goswami Prabhupada in the Padyavali-[Bhaktanam Nistha] Text 75.

Translation

He who is beyond that which is perishable and imperishable is the Supreme Person. The name of the Supreme Truth, the cause of all causes is Sri Caitanya.

Purport

The universe is perishable. The spirit soul is imperishable. The supreme truth beyond both of these, the cause of all causes is called Caitanya, whose nature is that of the Supreme Person. By this, the three truths of Vedanta are confirmed.

Text Nineteen

ya enam rasayati bhajati dhyayati sa papmanam tarati sa puto bhavati, sa tattvam janati, sa tarati sokam, gatis tasyaste nanyasyeti

Translation

Anyone who develops love for Caitanya Mahaprabhu, worships Him or meditates on Him is freed from sin, becomes purified, understands the Supreme Truth, and overcomes lamentation. For him, there is no other destination.

Purport

One who is a devotee develops love for Krishna Caitanya. This means he devotes himself to Sri Caitanya due to his being the bestower of the conjugal mellow of Vrindavana. Bhajati, or "he worships", means that after accepting his own constitutional position, he renders service. Dhyayati means that he meditates. He overcomes sin in the form of ignorance. Having overcome that, he is purified by the spiritual nature. Tattvam means that he understands the truth in terms of inconceivable oneness and difference between the energy and the energetic (acintya bheda-abheda-tattva). And finally he overcomes lamentation.

Thus ends the Sri Caitanya-Caranamrta commentary on the Sri Caitanya Upanisad.

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