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CC Madhya 15.151

His Divine Grace
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 151

tāte more ei kṛpā kara, dayāmaya
tomāra āge mṛtyu ha-uka, yāuka saṁśaya


tātetherefore; more — unto me; ei — this; kṛpā — mercy; karabestow; dayā-maya — O merciful one; tomāra āgebefore You; mṛtyu ha-uka — let me die; yāuka saṁśaya — and let all doubts go away.


“In this way Murāri Gupta appealed to Me, saying, ‘You are all-merciful, so kindly grant me this mercy: Let me die before You so that all my doubts will be finished.’