śuni śivānandera citte ha-ila saṁśaya
kibā premāveśe kahe, kibā satya haya
śuni—hearing; śivānandera—of Śivānanda; citte—in the mind; ha-ila saṁśaya—there was some doubt; kibā—whether; prema-āveśe kahe—was speaking something in ecstatic love; kibā—or; satya haya—it was a fact.
When Śivānanda Sena heard this statement, he was unsure whether Nṛsiṁhānanda Brahmacārī was speaking that way because of ecstatic love or because it was actually a fact.
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