Ādi-līlāChapter 7: Lord Caitanya in Five Features

Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Ādi 7.26

saj-jana, durjana, pańgu, jaḍa, andha-gaṇa

prema-vanyāya ḍubāila jagatera jana


sat-jana — gentle men; durjana — rogues; pańgu — lame; jaḍa — invalid; andha-gaṇa — blind men; prema-vanyāyain the inundation of love of Godhead; ḍubāila — drowned; jagatera — all over the world; jana — people.


The Kṛṣṇa consciousness movement will inundate the entire world and drown everyone, whether one be a gentleman, a rogue or even lame, invalid or blind.


Here again it may be emphasized that although jealous rascals protest that Europeans and Americans cannot be given the sacred thread or sannyāsa, there is no need even to consider whether one is a gentleman or a rogue because this is a spiritual movement which is not concerned with the external body of skin and bones. Because it is being properly conducted under the guidance of the Pañca-tattva, strictly following the regulative principles, it has nothing to do with external impediments.

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