ksane sthira hana rahe, tanileha na cale
isvara-icchaya cale, na cale karo bale
ksane—sometimes; sthira—still; hana—becoming; rahe—stays; tanileha—in spite of being pulled; na cale—does not go; isvara-icchaya—by the will of the Lord; cale—goes; na cale—does not go; karo—of anyone; bale—by the strength.
Sometimes the car would stand still and not move, even though it was pulled very vigorously. The chariot therefore moved by the will of the Lord, not by the strength of any ordinary person.

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