I will recite one story in this connection, that one brÄhmaá¹‡a in South India, in Raá¹…ganÄtha temple, he was reading Bhagavad-gÄ«tÄ. And he was illiterate. He did not know neither Sanskrit nor any letter, illiterate. So the people, neighborhood, they knew that "This man is illiterate, and he is reading Bhagavad-gÄ«tÄ." He is opening the Bhagavad-gÄ«tÄ, "Uh, uh," like that he was.
So somebody was joking, "Well, brÄhmaá¹‡a, how you are reading Bhagavad-gÄ«tÄ?" He could understand that "This man is joking because I am illiterate."
So in this way, Caitanya MahÄprabhu also happened to be that day in the Raá¹…ganÄtha temple, and He could understand that "Here is a devotee." So He approached him and He asked, "My dear brÄhmaá¹‡a, what you are reading?" So he could also understand that "This man is not joking."
So he said, "Sir, I am reading Bhagavad-gÄ«tÄ. I am trying to read Bhagavad-gÄ«tÄ, but I am illiterate. So my Guru MahÄrÄja said that 'You must read eighteen chapters daily.' So I have no knowledge. I cannot read. Still, Guru MahÄrÄja said, so I am just trying to carry out his order and opening the pages, and that's all. I do not know how to read it."
Caitanya MahÄprabhu said that "You are crying sometimes, I see."
Then, "Yes, I am crying."
"How you are crying if you cannot read?"
"No, because when I take this Bhagavad-gÄ«tÄ book, I see one picture, that Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a is so kind that He has taken the chariot driver, sÄrathi, of Arjuna. He is His devotee. So ÅšrÄ« Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a is so kind that He can accept the position of a servant because Arjuna was ordering, 'Keep my chariot here,' and Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a was serving him. So Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a is so kind. So when I see this picture within my mind, I am crying."
So Caitanya MahÄprabhu immediately embraced him, that "You are reading Bhagavad-gÄ«tÄ. Without any education, you are reading Bhagavad-gÄ«tÄ." He embraced him.
So this is... How he was seeing the picture? Because he was a lover of Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a, it doesn't matter, he could read these Å›lokas or not. But he was absorbed in love of Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a and he was seeing, Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a was sitting there, and He was driving the chariot of Arjuna. This is required.