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Text 35

Text 35

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sabe meli’ dhari tāṅre susthira karila
īśvara-sevaka mālā-prasāda āni’ dila
sabe meli’ dhari tāṅre susthira karila
īśvara-sevaka mālā-prasāda āni’ dila

Synonyms

Palabra por palabra

sabe meli’ — meeting all together; dhari — caught; tāṅre — Him; su-sthira — steady; karila — made; īśvara-sevaka — the priest of the Deity; mālā — garland; prasāda — offering; āni — bringing; dila — gave.

sabe meli’ — uniéndose todos; dhari — sujetaron; tāṅre — a Él; su-sthira — estable; karila — hicieron; īśvara-sevaka — el sacerdote de la Deidad; mālā — collar de flores; prasāda — ofrenda; āni’ — trayendo; dila — dio.

Translation

Traducción

When Lord Nityānanda Prabhu nearly fainted, all the devotees caught Him and steadied Him. At that time, the priest of Lord Jagannātha brought a garland that had been offered to the Deity and offered it to Nityānanda Prabhu.

El Señor Nityānanda Prabhu estuvo a punto de desmayarse, pero los devotos Le sujetaron y Le ayudaron a sostenerse. En ese momento, el sacerdote del Señor Jagannātha trajo un collar de flores ofrecido a la Deidad y Se lo ofreció a Nityānanda Prabhu.