'bāndhe sabāre'--tāte avidyā 'bandhu' haya
bāndhe—binds; sabāre—everyone; tāte—therefore; avidyā—nescience, or māyā; bandhu—binder or relative; haya—is; avidyā-nāśaka—vanquisher of māyā; bandhu-han-śabde—by the word "bandhu-han"; kaya—mother Sarasvatī says.
"Nescience, or māyā, may be called 'bandhu' because she entangles everyone in the material world. Therefore by using the word 'bandhu-han,' mother Sarasvatī says that Lord Kṛṣṇa is the vanquisher of māyā.
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