kintu tumi artha kaile panditya-pratibhaya
iha va-i slokera ache aro abhipraya
kintu—but; tumi—you; artha—meaning; kaile—have shown; panditya—scholarly; pratibhaya—with prowess; iha va-i—besides this; slokera—of the verse; ache—there is; aro—another; abhipraya—purport.
"My dear Bhattacarya, you have certainly explained this verse by the prowess of your vast learning, but you should know that, besides this scholarly explanation, there is another purport to this verse."
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