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CC Madhya 21.132

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 132

yāṅra puṇya-puñja-phale, se-mukha-darśana mile,
dui āṅkhi ki karibe pāne?
dviguṇa bāḍe tṛṣṇā-lobha, pite nāre—manaḥ-kṣobha,
duḥkhe kare vidhira nindane


yāṅra—whose; puṇya-puñja-phale—by the result of many pious activities; se-mukha—of that face; darśana—seeing; mile—if one gets to do; dui āṅkhi—two eyes; ki—how; karibe—will do; pāne—drinking; dvi-guṇa—twice; bāḍe—increases; tṛṣṇā-lobha—greed and thirst; pite—to drink; nāre—not able; manaḥ-kṣobha—agitation of the mind; duḥkhe—in great distress; kare—does; vidhira—of the creator; nindane—criticizing.


“If by devotional service one gets the results of pious activities and sees Lord Kṛṣṇa’s face, what can he relish with only two eyes? His greed and thirst increase twofold by seeing the nectarean face of Kṛṣṇa. Due to his inability to sufficiently drink that nectar, he becomes very unhappy and criticizes the creator for not having given more than two eyes.