CC Madhya 17.98
- śuni,—‘mahāprabhu’ yābena śrī-vṛndāvane
- dina kata rahi’ tāra’ bhṛtya dui-jane“
śuni—I hear; mahāprabhu—Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; yābena—will go; śrī-vṛndāvane—to Vṛndāvana; dina kata—for some days; rahi’—staying; tāra’—please deliver; bhṛtya—servants; dui-jane—two persons.
“My Lord, I have heard that You are going to Vṛndāvana. Please stay here at Vārāṇasī for some days and deliver us, for we are Your two servants.”
Although Candraśekhara is an eternal servant of the Lord, he humbly presented himself as fallen, and therefore he requested the Lord to deliver him and Tapana Miśra, His two servants.