vesya giya samacara khannere kahila
ara dina sandhya ha-ite thakura-thani aila
vesya—the prostitute; giya—returning; samacara—information; khannere kahila—spoke to Ramacandra Khan; ara dina—the next day; sandhya ha-ite—beginning from the evening; thakura-thani aila—she came and remained at the residence of Haridasa Thakura.
The prostitute returned to Ramacandra Khan and informed him of what had happened. The next day she came earlier, at the beginning of the evening, and stayed with Haridasa Thakura.
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