tāre vidāya diyā gosāñi calilā ekalā
hāte karoṅyā, chiṅḍā kānthā, nirbhaya ha-ilā
tāre vidāya diyā—bidding him farewell; gosāñi—Sanātana Gosvāmī; calilā ekalā—began to travel alone; hāte—in the hand; karoṅyā—a beggar's pot; chiṅḍā kānthā—a torn quilt; nirbhaya ha-ilā—he became free from all anxiety.
After departing from Īśāna, Sanātana Gosvāmī began traveling alone with a waterpot in his hand. Simply covered with a torn quilt, he thus lost all his anxiety.
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