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CC Madhya 8.147 (1975)

CC Madhya 8.147 (1996)

please wait #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="TEXT_147"#TEXT 147#/span##/h4# #div class="verse"# #dl##dd#kasyānubhāvo 'sya na deva vidmahe#/dd# #dd#tavāṅghri-reṇu-sparaśādhikāraḥ#/dd# #dd#yad-vāñchayā śrīr lalanācarat tapo#/dd# #dd#vihāya kāmān su-ciraṁ dhṛta-vratā#/dd##/dl# #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="SYNONYMS"#SYNONYMS#/span##/h4# #div class="synonyms"# kasya—of what; anubhāvaḥ—a result; asya—of the serpent (Kāliya); na—not; deva—my Lord; vidmahe—we know; tava aṅghri—of Your lotus feet; reṇu—of the dust; sparaśa—for touching; adhikāraḥ—qualification; yat—which; vāñchayā—by desiring; śrīḥ—the goddess of fortune; lalanā—the topmost woman; acarat—performed; tapaḥ—austerity; vihāya—giving up; kāmān—all desires; su-ciram—for a long time; dhṛta—a law upheld; vratā—as a vow #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="TRANSLATION"#TRANSLATION#/span##/h4# #div class="translation"# " 'O Lord, we do not know how the serpent Kāliya attained such an opportunity to be touched by the dust of Your lotus feet. For this end, the goddess of fortune performed austerities for centuries, giving up all other desires and observing austere vows. Indeed, we do not know how this serpent Kāliya got such an opportunity.' #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="PURPORT"#PURPORT#/span##/h4# #div class="purport"# This verse from Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (10.16.36) was spoken by the wives of the Kāliya demon. #/div# please wait #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="TEXT_147"#TEXT 147#/span##/h4# #div class="verse"# #dl##dd#kasyānubhāvo ’sya na deva vidmahe#/dd# #dd#tavāṅghri-reṇu-sparaśādhikāraḥ#/dd# #dd#yad-vāñchayā śrīr lalanācarat tapo#/dd# #dd#vihāya kāmān su-ciraṁ dhṛta-vratā#/dd##/dl# #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="SYNONYMS"#SYNONYMS#/span##/h4# #div class="synonyms"# kasya—of what; anubhāvaḥ—a result; asya—of the serpent (Kāliya); na—not; deva—my Lord; vidmahe—we know; tava aṅghri—of Your lotus feet; reṇu—of the dust; sparaśa—for touching; adhikāraḥ—qualification; yat—which; vāñchayā—by desiring; śrīḥ—the goddess of fortune; lalanā—the topmost woman; acarat—performed; tapaḥ—austerity; vihāya—giving up; kāmān—all desires; su-ciram—for a long time; dhṛta—a law upheld; vratā—as a vow. #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="TRANSLATION"#TRANSLATION#/span##/h4# #div class="translation"# “‘O Lord, we do not know how the serpent Kāliya attained such an opportunity to be touched by the dust of Your lotus feet. For this end, the goddess of fortune performed austerities for centuries, giving up all other desires and observing austere vows. Indeed, we do not know how this serpent Kāliya got such an opportunity.’ #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="PURPORT"#PURPORT#/span##/h4# #div class="purport"# This verse from Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (SB 10.16.36) was spoken by the wives of the Kāliya serpent. #/div#
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