"aho dhanyo 'si devarṣe
kṛpayā yasya tat-kṣaṇāt
nīco 'py utpulako lebhe
lubdhako ratim acyute"
aho—oh; dhanyaḥ—glorified; asi—you are; deva-ṛṣe—O sage among the demigods; kṛpayā—by the mercy; yasya—of whom; tat-kṣaṇāt—immediately; nīcaḥ api—even though one is the lowest of men; utpulakaḥ—becoming agitated in ecstatic love; lebhe—gets; lubdhakaḥ—a hunter; ratim—attraction; acyute—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
"Parvata Muni continued, 'My dear friend Nārada Muni, you are glorified as the sage among the demigods. By your mercy, even a lowborn person like this hunter can immediately become attached to Lord Kṛṣṇa.'
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