ekākī yāiba, kimvā saṅge eka jana
tabe se śobhaye vṛndāvanere gamana
ekākī—alone; yāiba—I shall go; kimvā—or; saṅge—with; eka—one; jana—person; tabe—then only; se—that; śobhaye—becomes beautiful; vṛndāvanere—to Vṛndāvana; gamana—going.
The Lord concluded that He would go alone to Vṛndāvana or, at most, would take only one person as His companion. In that way, going to Vṛndāvana would be very pleasant.
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