kintu āmā-duṅhāra śuna eka nivedane
'tomāra sukhe āmāra sukha'--kahilā āpane
kintu—but; āmā-duṅhāra—of both of us; śuna—please hear; eka nivedane—one submission; tomāra sukhe—by your happiness; āmāra sukha—our happiness; kahilā—You have already stated; āpane—personally.
"Dear Lord, kindly hear our one petition. You have already said that You will derive happiness from our happiness. This is Your own statement.
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