anargala prema sabāra, ceṣṭā anargala
prema dite, kṛṣṇa dite dhare mahābala
All these devotees had unlimited strength to deliver unobstructed, unceasing love of Krsna. By their own strength they could offer anyone Krsna and love of Krsna.
CC Adi Lila 1.11.58 (The expansions of Lord Nityananda)
Joy Joy Nitaaaaaaiii! One of the most esoteric verses from the glorification of Nitai’s associates. This line in particular reveals Bhaktivinoda Thakur’s mood when He writes in His bhajan ohe Vaishnava Thakur doyara sagara:
Krishna se tomar, Krishna dite paro
Tomara shakati ache
Ami to kangal Krishna Krishna boli
Dhai tava pache pache
If we see the lines written by Krishnadas Kaviraj Goswami and this prayer by Bhaktivinoda Thakur, the striking similarity is impossible to go unnoticed! It seems even Bhaktivinoda Thakur Himself was meditating intently on the glories of Nitai’s associates when writing this heart melting prayer to Vaishnavas. This line of Krishna se tomar Krishna dite paro applies the most to Nitai’s associates who are all filled with Krishna prema, due to close contact with Their Master Nitaichand.
anargala prema sabara, cesta anargala
prema dite, krsna dite dhare mahabala
Only Nitai’s associates and devotees truly have the power to do this. They don’t just have shakti, they have MAHABALA - THE ULTIMATE STRENGTH AND POWER. And they dont give a drop!!! We are only asking for kripa bindu…but they literally bring a flood!!! Krishna das Kaviraj Goswami reveals this in the next verse:
ei sarva-sakha purna — pakva prema-phale
yare dekhe, tare diya bhasaila sakale
All these branches, the devotees of Lord Nityananda Prabhu, being full of ripened fruits of love of Krishna, distributed these fruits to all they met, flooding them with love of Krishna.
If we notice carefully in the verses of this chapter, in almost every single line…the words Krishna, Krishna prema or Krishna avesh is mentioned. It is not mentioned that many times in any other chapter. In every verse there is a reference of that associate being fully intoxicated in Krishna prema. That should be a major indication that the servants of Nityananda Prabhu have the MOST love for Krishna. Who says Nitaivadis forget Krishna, They are His greatest premis…and this chapter proves that.