āmāra sannyāsa-dharma cāhena rākhite
vātsalye karuṇā karena, ki doṣa ihāte
āmāra—My; sannyāsa-dharma—regulative principles of sannyāsa; cāhena—he wants; rākhite—to keep; vātsalye—out of paternal affection; karuṇā—mercy; karena—does; ki—what; doṣa—fault; ihāte—in this connection.
"Out of paternal affection for Me, he wants to protect Me and see that I follow the regulative principles of a sannyāsī. What fault is there in this?"
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