Post by madanmohandas on Aug 20, 2010 16:46:28 GMT -6
acaitanya zrIcaitanya sArvabhauma ghare/
gopInAtha pAze basi padasevA kare//
sArvabhauma prabhumukha Ache nirakhiyA/
ini kon vastu kichu nA pAy bhAviyA/
narasiMharUpa prabhur dekhe ekbAr/
baTuka vAmanarUpa dekhe punarbAr//
puna dekhe matsya kUrma varAha AkAr/
puna bhrgurAma haste bhISana kuThAr//
durvAdalazyAmarUpa dekhaye kakhan/
kakhan muralIdhar nIrada varan//
e sab dekhiyA tAr sandeha ghucila/
SaDbhujarUpe prabhu uThi dANDAila//
zacIra dulAl jei sei nanicaur/
antarete kAlA kAnu bAhirete gaur//
bhume paDi daNDavat kare sArvabhauma/
vAsu ghoSa bale Ar keno michA zrama//
The All-conscious lay unconscious in Sarvabhauma's house,
Gopinath sits close by to serve and tend his feet.
Upon the Master's face Sarvabhauma fixed his gaze,
or what or who he was he could not comprehend.
At one momment the Master showed the Man-lion form,
at another showed the form of the brahman dwarf,
again the forms of fish, turtle and boar he shows,
again as Bhrgu Rama, ponderous axe in hand,
now he shows a form dark as blades of durva grass,
and now cloud-complectioned, holding the flute.
Seeing all these his doubts were all dispelled,
then the Master stood and showed the Six-armed form.
This child of Saci is that same Butter thief!
Within he is black Kanu, without fair Gaura.
Like a stalf Sarvabhauma falls to the ground,
and Vasu Ghosa says, 'why labour in vain?'