ei slokartha acarya karena vicarana
krsnake tulasi-jala deya yei jana
tara rna sodhite krsna karena cintana--
'jala-tulasira sama kichu ghare nahi dhana'
ei—this; sloka—of the verse; artha—the meaning; acarya—Advaita Acarya; karena—does; vicarana—considering; krsnake—to Lord Krsna; tulasi-jala—tulasi and water; deya—gives; yei jana—that person who; tara—to Him; rna—the debt; sodhite—to pay; krsna—Lord Krsna; karena—does; cintana—thinking; jala-tulasira sama—equal to water and tulasi; kichu—any; ghare—in the house; nahi—there is not; dhana—wealth.
Advaita Acarya considered the meaning of the verse in this way: Not finding any way to repay the debt He owes to one who offers Him a tulasi leaf and water, Lord Krsna thinks, "There is no wealth in My possession that is equal to a tulasi leaf and water."
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