viṣṇor dhāmnaḥ sphurad-atimahānanda-vṛndāvana-sthān |
jantūn hantuṁ viracita-kṛtīn apy uru -prema-bhājo
dānair mānair ahaha bhajato dhanya-dhanyān namāmaḥ ||
To the supremely fortunate, pious and affectionate persons who live in Vrindavan, which is more blissful than Lord Vishnu’s abode, and who, worshiping them with prayers and gifts, make Radha and Krishna deeply indebted to them, we offer our respectful obeisances. (1.77)
Prabodhananda again pays obeisances, this time to those who serve the devotees in the Dham. The Vaishnava ideal is to be the servant of the servant.
See previous 1.76.