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CC Madhya 21.64

His Divine Grace
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


brahmā kahe,—‘tāhā pāche kariba nivedana
eka saṁśaya mane haya, karaha chedana


brahmā kahe — Lord Brahmā said; tāhā — that; pāche — later; kariba nivedana — I shall submit unto You; eka — one; saṁśayadoubt; mane — in the mind; haya — there is; karaha chedana — kindly dissipate it.


“Being questioned, Lord Brahmā immediately replied, ‘Later I shall tell You why I have come. First of all there is a doubt in my mind which I wish You would kindly dissipate.