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Shri Chaitanya Shataka
sphuratu hridaya-madhye gauracandro natendrah
shamana-calms; damana-subdues; nama-His; krishna-nama-the name of Krishna; pradanah-bestower; parama-most; patita-fallen; dina-miserable; trana-protection; karunya-compassion; simah-limit; vraja-vipina-forest of Vraja; rahasya-confidential; prollasat-shinning; caru-beautiful; gatrah-body; sphuratu-may He reveal; hridaya-madhye-in the core of my heart; gauracandrah-Lord Gauranga; natendrah-the best of the dancers.
Shri Gaurachandra is bestowing without discrimination the nectar of the holy name of Krishna. That nectar destroys the enemies of the living entities tormented by Kali. Therefore Shri Gaurachandra is known as Patita-pavana, the protector of the poor and fallen, and the ultimate limit of mercy. His beautiful form reminds the seer of the mystery of Vrindavana and thus the seer feels happiness due to love of God. May that Lord Gaurachandra, who is the best amongst the dancers, please manifest in my heart.