kāśīte grāhaka nāhi, vastu nā vikāya
punarapi deśe vahi' laoyā nāhi yāya
kāśīte—in Kāśī (Benares); grāhaka nāhi—there was no customer; vastu nā vikāya—it was not selling; punarapi—again; deśe—to My own country; vahi'-carrying (it); laoyā—to take; nāhi yāya—was not possible.
"Although I came to Vārāṇasī to sell My goods, there were no customers, and it appeared necessary for Me to carry them back to My own country.
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