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SB 1.14.21

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 21

manya etair mahotpātair
nūnaṁ bhagavataḥ padaiḥ
ananya-puruṣa-śrībhir
hīnā bhūr hata-saubhagā


SYNONYMS

manye—I take it for granted; etaiḥ—by all these; mahā—great; utpātaiḥ—upsurges; nūnam—for want of; bhagavataḥ—of the Personality of Godhead; padaiḥ—the marks on the sole of the foot; ananya—extraordinary; puruṣa—of the Supreme Personality; śrībhiḥ—by the auspicious signs; hīnā—dispossessed; bhūḥ—the earth; hata-saubhagā—without the fortune.


TRANSLATION

I think that all these earthly disturbances indicate some greater loss to the good fortune of the world. The world was fortunate to have been marked with the footprints of the lotus feet of the Lord. These signs indicate that this will no longer be.



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