kīrtana śuni' bāhire tārā jvali' puḍi' mare
śrīvāsere duḥkha dite nānā yukti kare
kīrtana śuni'-after hearing the chanting; bāhire—outside; tārā—the nonbelievers; jvali'-burned; puḍi'-to ashes; mare—die; śrīvāsere—unto Śrīvāsa Ṭhākura; duḥkha—troubles; dite—to give; nānā—various; yukti—plans; kare—do.
Thus the nonbelievers almost burned to ashes and died in envy. To retaliate, they planned various ways to give trouble to Śrīvāsa Ṭhākura.
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