tāṅhāra nāsāte bahu-mūlya muktā haya
tāhā dite icchā haila, manete cintaya
tāṅhāra nāsāte—on the nostril of the Queen; bahu-mūlya—very valuable; muktā—pearl; haya—there was; tāhā—that; dite—to give; icchā—the desire; haila—there was; manete—in the mind; cintaya—thinks.
The Queen had a very valuable pearl, which she wore on her nose, and she wished to give it to Gopāla. She then began to think as follows.
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