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CC Madhya 6.276 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 276

mukti-śabda kahite mane haya ghṛṇā-trāsa
bhakti-śabda kahite mane haya ta' ullāsa


mukti-śabda—the word mukti; kahite—by pronouncing; mane—in the mind; haya—there is; ghṛṇā—hatred; trāsa—and fear; bhakti-śabda—the word bhakti; kahite—to speak; mane—in the mind; haya—there is; ta'-indeed; ullāsa—transcendental joy.


"The very sound of the word 'mukti' immediately induces hate and fear, but when we say the word 'bhakti,' we naturally feel transcendental bliss within the mind."