nityanande ajna dilun gaudete rahite
ajna langhi' aila, ki pari balite?
nityanande—unto Sri Nityananda Prabhu; ajna dilun—I ordered; gaudete rahite—to stay in Bengal; ajna langhi'-transgressing My order; aila—He has come; ki—what; pari balite—can I say.
"I ordered Sri Nityananda Prabhu not to leave Bengal, but He has transgressed My order and come to see Me. What can I say?
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