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ŚB 10.42.10


एहि वीर गृहं यामो न त्वां त्यक्तुमिहोत्सहे । त्वयोन्मथितचित्ताया: प्रसीद पुरुषर्षभ ॥ १० ॥


ehi vīra gṛhaṁ yāmo
na tvāṁ tyaktum ihotsahe
prasīda puruṣarṣabha


ehi — come; vīra — O hero; gṛham — to my house; yāmaḥ — let us go; na — not; tvām — You; tyaktum — to leave; iha — here; utsahe — I can bear; tvayā — by You; unmathita — agitated; cittāyāḥ — on her whose mind; prasīda — please have mercy; puruṣa-ṛṣabha — O best of men.


[Trivakrā said:] Come, O hero, let us go to my house. I cannot bear to leave You here. O best of males, please take pity on me, since You have agitated my mind.


Śrīla Viśvanātha Cakravartī supplies the following conversation:

Kṛṣṇa: Is it for the purpose of dining that you’re inviting Me to your house?

Trivakrā: I simply can’t leave You here.

Kṛṣṇa: But people here on the King’s road will misconstrue what you’re saying and laugh. Therefore please don’t speak like this.

Trivakrā: I can’t help being agitated. You made the mistake of touching me. It’s not my fault.