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CC Ādi 17.125

Text

krodhe sandhyā-kāle kājī eka ghare āila
mṛdaṅga bhāṅgiyā loke kahite lāgila

Synonyms

krodhe — in anger; sandhyā-kāle — in the evening; kājī — the Chand Kazi; eka ghare — in one home; āila — came; mṛdaṅga — drum; bhāṅgiyā — breaking; loke — unto the people; kahite — to speak; lāgila — began.

Translation

Chand Kazi angrily came to one home in the evening, and when he saw kīrtana going on, he broke a mṛdaṅga and spoke as follows.