These verses should be taught to the gurukula children and to the devotees
Yasodanandan das : Everybody was talking about this one devotee named Ananta Rama Shastri. He was a Vaishnava. He was a great Sanskrit scholar. The title Shastri is a title that's given to people who have received some degrees in Sanskrit learning, and he could literally read Sanskrit just like we read English and he could speak Sanskrit. So when Prabhupada heard about him, he brought him to his room and he was preaching to him. At one point, Prabhupada wanted him to come and assist him to translate some of the Sanskrit purports of the acharyas. Not that Prabhupada needed help, but he was trying to engage him. So every night Prabhupada told this devotee?they would go around the Mayapur temple with cow dung and some incense and conch shell, and they would chant the Purusha Sukta and take this cow dung and incense to chase the mosquitoes with this devotee chanting Sanskrit. And Prabhupada was very happy with that, they would go to all the floors. And also every morning this devotee, before the Bhagavatam class, would chant certain Sanskrit hymns. He had composed a Bhaktivedanta Stotram or hymns of praise to Prabhupada. It was very melodious and very sweet, and Prabhupada wanted the devotees to learn a few verses from that. Prabhupada said, "These verses should be taught to the gurukula children and to the devotees." There was one, Krishnaika-ceta mada-moha-vinasa-karin, there are four or five prayers. The entire Stotram was 23 verses, but it was six specific prayers that Prabhupada wanted the devotees to learn. What happened is several months later when I went to Vrindavan, we taught some of these Sanskrit prayers to the gurukula children and we chanted them in front of Prabhupada and Prabhupada was very happy with that. But those particular prayers were a major contribution that Prabhupada greatly appreciated and wanted that introduced, and some devotees still chant those.
Reference:Following Srila Prabhupada-A Chronological Series by Yasodanandana Dasa