acambite nrsimhananda tahani aila
dunhe tanre mili' tabe sthane vasaila
dunhe duhkhi dekhi' tabe kahe nrsimhananda
'toma dunhakare kene dekhi nirananda?'
acambite—all of a sudden; nrsimhananda—Nrsimhananda; tahani aila—came there; dunhe—Sivananda and Jagadananda; tanre—him; mili'-meeting; tabe—then; sthane vasaila—caused to sit; dunhe—both; duhkhi—unhappy; dekhi'-seeing; tabe—then; kahe nrsimhananda—Nrsimhananda began to speak; toma dunhakare—both of you; kene—why; dekhi—I see; nirananda—unhappy.
Suddenly Nrsimhananda arrived, and Jagadananda and Sivananda arranged for him to sit near them. Seeing them both so unhappy, Nrsimhananda inquired,"Why do I see that you are both despondent?"
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