CC Antya 17.58

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 58

autsukyera prāvīṇye, jiti’ anya bhāva-sainye,
udaya haila nija-rājya-mane
mane ha-ila lālasa, nā haya āpana-vaśa,
duḥkhe mane karena bhartsane


SYNONYMS

autsukyera—of eagerness; prāvīṇye—because of high development; jiti’—conquering; anya—other; bhāva-sainye—soldiers of ecstasy; udaya—arising; haila—there was; nija-rājya-mane—within the kingdom of Her own mind; mane—within the mind; ha-ila—there was; lālasa—greed; nā—not; haya—becomes; āpana-vaśa—within Her own control; duḥkhe—in unhappiness; mane—to the mind; karena—does; bhartsane—chastisement.


TRANSLATION

Then great eagerness conquered all the other soldiers of ecstasy, and an uncontrollable desire arose in the kingdom of Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī’s mind. Greatly unhappy, She then chastised Her own mind.