CC Madhya 21.1 (1975)
- agaty-eka-gatiṁ natvā
- śrī-caitanyaṁ likhāmy asya
agati-eka-gatim—to the only shelter for the conditioned souls who do not know the goal of life; natvā—offering obeisances; hīna-artha—of the necessities of the conditioned souls, who are poor in spiritual knowledge; adhika—increase; sādhakam—bringing about; śrī-caitanyam—unto Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; likhāmi—I am writing; asya—of Him; mādhurya-aiśvarya—of the sweetness and opulence; śīkaram—a small portion.
Offering my obeisances unto Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu, let me describe a particle of His opulence and sweetness. He is most valuable for a fallen conditioned soul bereft of spiritual knowledge, and He is the only shelter for those who do not know the real goal of life.