purve asta-sloka kari' loke siksa dila
sei asta-slokera artha apane asvadila
purve—formerly; asta-sloka kari'-composing eight verses; loke siksa dila—gave instruction to the people in general; sei—those; asta-slokera—of the eight stanzas; artha—the meaning; apane asvadila—personally tasted.
The Lord had formerly composed these eight verses to teach people in general. Now He personally tasted the meaning of the verses, which are called the Siksastaka.
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