anyera ka katha, vraje nanda mahasaya
tara sama 'guru' krsnera ara keha naya
suddha-vatsalye isvara-jnana nahi tara
tahakei preme karaya dasya-anukara
anyera—of others; ka—what; katha—to speak; vraje—in Vrndavana; nanda mahasaya—Nanda Maharaja; tara sama—like him; guru—a superior; krsnera—of Lord Krsna; ara—another; keha—anyone; naya—not; suddha-vatsalye—in transcendental paternal love; isvara-jnana—conception of the Supreme Lord; nahi—not; tara—his; tahakei—unto him; preme—ecstatic love; karaya—makes; dasya-anukara—the conception of being a servant.
Although no one is a more respected elder for Krsna than Nanda Maharaja in Vraja, who in transcendental paternal love has no knowledge that his son is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, still ecstatic love makes him, what to speak of others, feel himself to be a servant of Lord Krsna.
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