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CC Madhya 7.16

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


dui-eka saṅge caluka, nā paḍa haṭha-raṅge
yāre kaha sei dui caluk tomāra saṅge


dui—two; eka—or one; saṅge—with You; caluka—let go; —do not; paḍa—fall; haṭha-raṅge—in the clutches of thieves and rogues; yāre—whoever; kaha—You say; sei—those; dui—two; caluk—let go; tomāra—You; saṅge—along with.


“Let one or two of us go with You; otherwise You may fall into the clutches of thieves and rogues along the way. They may be whomever You like, but two persons should go with You.