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CC Madhya 6.262 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 262

prabhu kahe, 'mukti-pade'--ihā pāṭha haya
'bhakti-pade' kene paḍa, ki tomāra āśaya


SYNONYMS

prabhu kahe—the Lord said; mukti-pade—the word mukti-pade; ihā—this; pāṭha—the reading; haya—is; bhakti-pade—the word bhakti-pade; kene—why; paḍa—you read; ki—what; tomāra—your; āśaya—intention.


TRANSLATION

Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu immediately pointed out, "In that verse the word is 'mukti-pade,' but you have changed it to 'bhakti-pade.' What is your intention?"