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CC Antya 16.72

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


mane mane jape, mukhe nā kare ākhyāna
ei ihāra manaḥ-kathā—kari anumāna“


mane mane—within the mind; jape—chants; mukhe—in the mouth; nā kare ākhyāna—does not express; ei—this; ihāra—his; manaḥ-kathā—intention; kari anumāna—I guess.


“This boy chants the mantra within his mind but does not say it aloud. That is his intention, as far as I can guess.”