"kanthera gambhira dhvani, navaghana-dhvani jini',
yara gune kokila lajaya
tara eka sruti-kane, dubaya jagatera kane,
punah kana bahudi' na aya
kanthera—of the throat; gambhira—deep; dhvani—sound; nava-ghana—of new clouds; dhvani—the resounding; jini'-conquering; yara—of which; gune—the attributes; kokila—the cuckoo; lajaya—put to shame; tara—of that; eka—one; sruti-kane—particle of sound; dubaya—inundates; jagatera—of the whole world; kane—the ear; punah—again; kana—the ear; bahudi'-getting out; na aya—cannot come.
"Krsna's deep voice is more resonant than newly arrived clouds, and His sweet song defeats even the sweet voice of the cuckoo. Indeed, His song is so sweet that even one particle of its sound can inundate the entire world. If such a particle enters one's ear, one is immediately bereft of all other types of hearing.
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