tāhāra mādhurya-gandhe lubdha haya mana
ataeva taṭe rahi' cāki eka kaṇa
tāhāra—His; mādhurya—sweet and mellow; gandhe—by the fragrance; lubdha—attracted; haya—becomes; mana—mind; ataeva—therefore; taṭe—on the beach; rahi'-standing; cāki—I taste; eka—one; kaṇa—particle.
It is not possible to dip into that great ocean, but its sweet mellow fragrance attracts my mind. I therefore stand on the shore of that ocean to try to taste but a drop of it.
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