dui tina dina acarya agraha karila
tanra agrahe svarupera sunite iccha ha-ila
dui tina dina—for two or three days; acarya—Bhagavan Acarya; agraha karila—expressed his ardent desire; tanra agrahe—by his eagerness; svarupera—of Svarupa Damodara; sunite—to hear; iccha—desire; ha-ila—there was.
For two or three days Bhagavan Acarya continually asked Svarupa Damodara Gosvami to hear the poetry. Because of his repeated requests, Svarupa Damodara Gosvami wanted to hear the poetry written by the brahmana from Bengal.
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