donhara darsane dunhe ha-ila vihvala
kesa na dekhiya saci ha-ila vikala
donhara darsane—in seeing one another; dunhe—both of them; ha-ila—became; vihvala—overwhelmed; kesa—hair; na—not; dekhiya—seeing; saci—mother Saci; ha-ila—became; vikala—agitated.
Upon seeing each other, they both became overwhelmed. Seeing the Lord's head without hair, mother Saci became greatly agitated.
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