The first round ‘o’ in the first syllable of निताइ looks exactly like a shunya (zero). It reveals that Nitai is abhiman-shunya, that is, He is completely devoid of pride. It also assures us that the very moment we raise our hand to write निताइ, we become aparadh-shunya, that is, we become devoid of all offenses.
Everyone naturally feels more bliss in chanting and writing Nitai’s name because Gaur-Krishna’s names have a lot of ‘friction’ due to our countless offenses and immense ‘resistance’ due to our excessive anarthas. Nitai’s nam bhajan is always smooth because there is no such friction and resistance in Nitai’s name.
Krishna washes the feet of only His pure devotees like Sudama with His tears.
Nitai washes the feet of even the most sinful and wretched persons with His tears.
Krishna embraces the most fortunate Gopis.
Nitai embraces the most unfortunate Rogues.
Krishna reciprocates with the Jiva when Krishna wants to reciprocate.
Nitai reciprocates with the Jiva when the Jiva wants Nitai to reciprocate.