ei dui-ślokera artha vicārile jāni
vicārite uṭhe yena amṛtera khani
ei—these; dui—two; ślokera—of the verses; artha—the meanings; vicārile—if considering; jāni—I can understand; vicārite—while considering; uṭhe—arises; yena—like; amṛtera—of nectar; khani—a mine.
"Simply by considering these two verses one can understand what nectar there is in such dealings. It is exactly like freeing a mine of nectar.
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