dvara mana haila, haridasa duhkhi haila mane
ki lagiya dvara-mana keha nahi jane
dvara mana—closed door; haila—there was; haridasa—Chota Haridasa; duhkhi—very unhappy; haila mane—became within his mind; ki lagiya—for what reason; dvara-mana—the door was closed; keha nahi jane—no one could understand.
When Junior Haridasa heard that he had been ordered not to approach Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, he was very unhappy. No one could understand why he had been ordered not to come.
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