kiba yukti kaila dunhe, keha nahi jane
phale anumana pache kaila bhakta-gane
kiba yukti kaila—what consultation They had; dunhe—both of Them; keha nahi jane—no one knows; phale—by the result; anumana—guess; pache—later; kaila—did; bhakta-gane—all the devotees.
No one could understand what the brothers discussed between Themselves, but later all the devotees could guess what the subject matter was.

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