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CC Adi 14.61

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


ei mata cāpalya saba lokere dekhāya
duḥkha kāro mane nahe, sabe sukha pāya


ei mata—in this way; cāpalya—cunning behavior; saba lokere—unto the people in general; dekhāya—exhibits; duḥkha—unhappiness; kāro—distress; mane—in the mind; nahe—there is no such thing; sabe—everyone; sukha—happiness; pāya—enjoys.


When this cunning behavior of the Lord with the girls became known to the people in general, it did not create misunderstandings among them. Rather, they enjoyed happiness in these dealings.