abhijatye pandita karite nare nisedhana
"e sankate rakha, krsna la-ilana sarana
abhijatye—because of his aristocracy; pandita—Gadadhara Pandita; karite nare nisedhana—could not forbid; e sankate—in this danger; rakha—please protect; krsna—O Lord Krsna; la-ilana—I have taken; sarana—shelter.
Because Vallabha Bhatta was a learned brahmana, Gadadhara Pandita could not forbid him. Thus he began to think of Lord Krsna. "My dear Lord Krsna," he requested, "please protect me in this danger. I have taken shelter of You.
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