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CC Madhya 14.126


ataeva kṛṣṇera prākaṭye nāhi kichu doṣa
tabe kene lakṣmīdevī kare eta roṣa?


ataeva — since; kṛṣṇera — of Lord Kṛṣṇa; prākaṭye — by such a manifestation; nāhi — there is not; kichu — any; doṣa — fault; tabe — therefore; kene — why; lakṣmī-devī — the goddess of fortune; kare — does; eta — so much; roṣa — anger.


“Since there is no fault at all in Kṛṣṇa’s pastimes, why does the goddess of fortune become angry?”