rātri-dine raghunāthera 'nāma' āra 'dhyāna'
rāmāyaṇa niravadhi śune, kare gāna
rātri-dine—day and night; raghu-nāthera—of Lord Rāmacandra; nāma—holy name; āra—and; dhyāna—meditation; rāmāyaṇa—the epic about the activities of Lord Rāmacandra known as the Rāmāyaṇa; niravadhi—continuously; śune—hears; kare gāna—chants.
"He always chanted the holy name of Raghunātha and meditated upon Him. He continuously heard about the activities of the Lord from the Rāmāyaṇa and chanted about them.
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