|Ādi-līlā||Chapter 5: The Glories Of Lord Nityānanda Balarāma|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Ādi 5.218-219
vṛndāvane yoga-pīṭhe kalpa-taru-vane
ratna-maṇḍapa, tāhe ratna-siḿhāsane
śrī-govinda vasiyāchena vrajendra-nandana
mādhurya prakāśi' karena jagat mohana
vṛndāvane — at Vṛndāvana; yoga-pīṭhe — at the principal temple; kalpa-taru-vane — in the forest of desire trees; ratna-maṇḍapa — an altar made of gems; tāhe — upon it; ratna-siḿha-āsane — on the throne of gems; śrī-govinda — Lord Govinda; vasiyāchena — was sitting; vrajendra-nandana — the son of Nanda Mahārāja; mādhurya prakāśi' — manifesting His sweetness; karena — does; jagat mohana — enchantment of the whole world.
On an altar made of gems in the principal temple of Vṛndāvana, amidst a forest of desire trees, Lord Govinda, the son of the King of Vraja, sits upon a throne of gems and manifests His full glory and sweetness, thus enchanting the entire world.
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