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CC Antya 6.37 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


ei-mate bāre bāre palāya, dhari' āne
tabe tāṅra mātā kahe tāṅra pitā sane


ei-mate—in this way; bāre bāre—again and again; palāya—he goes away; dhari' āne—brings him back; tabe—then; tāṅra mātā—his mother; kahe—speaks; tāṅra pitā sane—with his father.


This became almost a daily affair. Raghunātha would run away from home, and his father would again bring him back. Then Raghunātha dāsa's mother began speaking to his father.