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CC Antya 19.48

Text

are vidhi akaruṇa,dekhāñā kṛṣṇānana,
netra-mana lobhāilā mora
kṣaṇeke karite pāna,
kāḍi’ nilā anya sthāna,
pāpa kaili ‘datta-apahāra’

Synonyms

are — oh; vidhi — Providence; akaruṇa — most unkind; dekhāñā — showing; kṛṣṇa-ānana — the beautiful face of Kṛṣṇa; netra-mana — mind and eyes; lobhāilā — have made greedy; mora — My; kṣaṇeke karite pāna — drinking only for a moment; kāḍinilā — took it away; anya sthāna — to another place; pāpa kaili — have performed a most sinful act; datta-apahāra — taking back things given in charity.

Translation

“O Providence, you are so unkind! You reveal the beautiful face of Kṛṣṇa and make the mind and eyes greedy, but after they have drunk that nectar for only a moment, you whisk Kṛṣṇa away to another place. This is a great sin because you thus take away what you have given as charity.