TEXT 10
ekadasa pada ei sloke sunirmala
prthak nana artha pade kare jhalamala
SYNONYMS
ekadasa pada—eleven words; ei—this; sloke—in the verse; su-nirmala—very clear; prthak—separately; nana—various; artha—meanings; pade—in each word; kare jhalamala—are glittering.
TRANSLATION
"There are eleven clear words in this verse, but when they are studied separately, various meanings glitter from each word.
PURPORT
The eleven separate words are (1) atmaramah, (2) ca, (3) munayah, (4) nirgranthah, (5) api, (6) urukrame, (7) kurvanti, (8) ahaitukim, (9) bhaktim, (10) ittham-bhuta-gunah, and (11) harih. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu will explain the different connotations and imports of these words.

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