CC Madhya 21.74
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- bhāgya, more bolāilā ‘dāsa’ aṅgīkari’
- kon ājñā haya, tāhā kari śire dhari’”
bhāgya—great fortune; more—me; bolāilā—You have called; dāsa—as a servant; aṅgīkari’—accepting; kon ājñā haya—what is Your order; tāhā—that; kari—let me accept; śire dhari’—holding it on my head.
“All of them then said, ‘It is my great fortune, Lord, that You have called me, thinking of me as Your servant. Now let me know what Your order is so that I may carry it on my heads.’