keha hāse, keha ninde, tāhā nāhi māne
āviṣṭa hañā gītā paḍe ānandita-mane
keha hāse—someone laughs; keha ninde—someone criticizes; tāhā—that; nāhi māne—he does not care for; āviṣṭa hañā—being in great ecstasy; gītā paḍe—reads the Bhagavad-gītā; ānandita—in great happiness; mane—his mind.
Due to his incorrect pronunciation, people sometimes criticized him and laughed at him, but he did not care. He was full of ecstasy due to reading the Bhagavad-gītā and was personally very happy.
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