jagat ānandamaya, dekhi' mane sa-vismaya,
ṭhāreṭhore kahe haridāsa
tomāra aichana raṅga, mora mana parasanna,
dekhi--kichu kārye āche bhāsa
jagat—the whole world; ānanda-maya—full of pleasure; dekhi'-seeing; mane—within the mind; sa-vismaya—with amazement; ṭhāreṭhore—by direct and indirect indications; kahe—says; haridāsa—Haridāsa Ṭhākura; tomāra—Your; aichana—that kind of; raṅga—performance; mora—my; mana—mind; parasanna—very much pleased; dekhi—I can understand; kichu—something; kārye—in work; āche—there is; bhāsa—indication.
When he saw that the whole world was jubilant, Haridāsa Ṭhākura, his mind astonished, directly and indirectly expressed himself to Advaita Ācārya, "Your dancing and distributing charity are very pleasing to me. I can understand that there is some special purpose in these actions."
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