rāmacandra khāṅna aparādha-bīja kaila
sei bīja vṛkṣa hañā āgete phalila
rāmacandra khāṅna—Rāmacandra Khān; aparādha—of the offense; bīja—seed; kaila—caused to germinate; sei bīja—that seed; vṛkṣa hañā—becoming a tree; āgete—later; phalila—fructified.
By inducing a prostitute to disturb Haridāsa Ṭhākura, Rāmacandra Khān caused a seed of offense at his lotus feet to germinate. This seed later became a tree, and when it fructified, Rāmacandra Khān ate its fruits.
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