CC Adi 15.26 (1975)
- gṛhiṇī vinā gṛha-dharma nā haya śobhana
- eta cinti' vivāha karite haila mana
gṛhiṇī—wife; vinā—without; gṛha-dharma—duties of family life; nā—not; haya—become; śobhana—beautiful; eta cinti'-thinking thus; vivāha—marriage; karite—to execute; haila—became; mana—mind.
"Without a wife," Lord Caitanya considered, "there is no meaning to householder life." Thus the Lord decided to marry.