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SB 4.7.11

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


bhava-stavāya kṛta-dhīr
nāśaknod anurāgataḥ
autkaṇṭhyād bāṣpa-kalayā
samparetāṁ sutāṁ smaran


bhava-stavāya—for praying to Lord Śiva; kṛta-dhīḥ—although decided; na—never; aśaknot—was able; anurāgataḥ—by feeling; autkaṇṭhyāt—because of eagerness; bāṣpa-kalayā—with tears in the eyes; samparetām—dead; sutām—daughter; smaran—remembering.


King Dakṣa wanted to offer prayers to Lord Śiva, but as he remembered the ill-fated death of his daughter Satī, his eyes filled with tears, and in bereavement his voice choked up, and he could not say anything.

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