ārati dekhiyā purī kaila namaskāra
bāhire āilā, kāre kichu nā kahila āra
ārati dekhiyā—after seeing the ārati; purī—Mādhavendra Purī; kaila—offered; namaskāra—obeisances; bāhire āilā—he went out; kāre—to anyone; kichu—anything; nā—not; kahila—say; āra—more.
After the ārati was finished, Mādhavendra Purī offered his obeisances to the Deity and then left the temple. He did not say anything more to anyone.
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