hena-kāle eka mayūra-pucchera āḍānī
rāja-śiropari dhare eka sevaka āni'
hena-kāle—at this time; eka—one; mayūra-pucchera—of peacock feathers; āḍānī—fan; rāja-śira-upari—above the head of the King; dhare—holds; eka—one; sevaka—servant; āni'-bringing.
"While the King and Mukunda dāsa were conversing, a servant brought a fan made of peacock feathers to shade the head of the King from the sun. Consequently he held the fan above the King's head.
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