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Shri Chaitanya Shataka
nija-jana pati-seva vitta-cintakulanam
iti samajani gauras trana-hetum vicintya
prakata madhura deho nama-data kripaluh
kali-mala-the filth of the age of quarell; patitanam-of those who are fallen; shoka-sorrow; moha-bewilderment; avritanam-of those who are covered; nija-jana-relatives; pati-seva-service to one’s spouse; vitta-money; cinta-akulanam-of those who are disturbed by thoughts; iti-thuse; samajani-took birth; gaurah-the Golden Lord; trana-hetum-for the purpose of delivering; vicintya-so considering; prakata-manifest; madhura-sweet; dehah-body; nama-data-giver of the name; kripaluh-most merciful.
Seeing the living entities fallen in Kali's ocean of filth, bewildered by lamentation and illusion, and always absorbed in serving their families, the most merciful Lord Gauranga, thinking of a means for their deliverence, gives them the holy name. He appeared in Navadvipa as the son of Shaci in the form of a mendicant who was renowned and had a most sweetly beautiful body.