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CC Antya 8.25


kṛṣṇa nā pāinu muñi maroṅ āpanāra duḥkhe
more ‘brahma’ upadeśe ei chāra mūrkhe”


kṛṣṇa — Kṛṣṇa; pāinu — could not get; muñi — I; maroṅ — I die; āpanāra duḥkhe — in my own unhappiness; more — to me; brahma — Brahman; upadeśe — instructs; ei — this; chāra — condemned; mūrkhe — fool.


“I am dying without achieving the shelter of Kṛṣṇa, and therefore I am greatly unhappy. Now this condemned foolish rascal has come to instruct me about Brahman.”