strī-bāla-vṛddha, āra 'caṇḍāla, 'yavana'
yei tomāra eka-bāra pāya daraśana
kṛṣṇa-nāma laya, nāce hañā unmatta
ācārya ha-ila sei, tārila jagata
strī—women; bāla—children; vṛddha—old men; āra—and; caṇḍāla—the lowest of men; yavana—persons who eat meat; yei—anyone who; tomāra—Your; eka-bāra—once; pāya daraśana—gets the sight; kṛṣṇa-nāma—the holy name of Kṛṣṇa; laya—chants; nāce—dances; hañā unmatta—like a madman; ācārya ha-ila—becomes a spiritual master; sei—that man; tārila jagata—delivers the whole world.
"If even women, children, old men, meat-eaters or members of the lowest caste can see You even once, they immediately chant the holy name of Kṛṣṇa, dance like madmen and become spiritual masters capable of delivering the whole world.
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