eka-dina dvarakate krsna dekhibare
brahma aila,--dvara-pala janaila krsnere
eka-dina—one day; dvarakate—in Dvaraka; krsna dekhibare—to see Krsna; brahma aila—Lord Brahma came; dvara-pala—the doorman; janaila—informed; krsnere—Lord Krsna.
"Once, when Krsna was ruling Dvaraka, Lord Brahma came to see Him, and the doorman immediately informed Lord Krsna of Brahma's arrival.
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