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CC Antya 20.15

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 15

uṭhila viṣāda, dainya,—paḍe āpana-śloka
yāhāra artha śuni’ saba yāya duḥkha-śoka


SYNONYMS

uṭhila viṣāda—there was awakening of lamentation; dainya—humility; paḍe—recites; āpana-śloka—His own verse; yāhāra—of which; artha śuni’—hearing the meaning; saba—all; yāya—go away; duḥkha-śoka—unhappiness and lamentation.


TRANSLATION

Lamentation and humility awoke within Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu, and He began reciting another of His own verses. By hearing the meaning of that verse, one can forget all unhappiness and lamentation.