Once Jayadeva Goswami desired to offer his masterpiece Gita Govinda in the form of a garment to Jagannath Swami.
Some weavers from the village of Kenduli agreed to weave the verses of Gita Govinda on cloth provided that Jayadeva sang it while they worked.
While singing one day, Jayadeva entered a trance of divine ecstasy.
The weavers stopped working, but then started again when an unknown sadhu suddenly arrived and said “I am Jayadeva’s elder brother and I will sing Gita Govinda so you can continue your sacred work.”
Shortly later, the sadhu departed and Jayadeva woke up.
The weavers narrated everything and even showed the line form Gita Govinda that they had woven after hearing it from that sadhu.
Jayadeva replied, “How is that possible? I have no brothers.
Besides, only Padmavati and I know Gita Govinda.
Surely, Jagannath Swami Himself must have sung it to you.