āmāra ṭhākura kṛṣṇa--gopa, go-cāraka
sādhvī hañā kene cāhe tāṅhāra saṅgama
āmāra ṭhākura—My worshipable Deity; kṛṣṇa—Lord Kṛṣṇa; gopa—cowherd; go-cāraka—a tender of cows; sādhvī hañā—being so chaste; kene—why; cāhe—wants; tāṅhāra—His; saṅgama—association.
"However, my Lord is Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa, a cowherd boy who is engaged in tending cows. Why is it that Lakṣmī, being such a chaste wife, wants to associate with My Lord?
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