ko nu me bhagavan kāmo
na sampadyeta mānasaḥ
yasyā bhavān prajādhyakṣa
evaṁ dharmān prabhāṣate
kaḥ—what; nu—indeed; me—my; bhagavan—O lord; kāmaḥ—desire; na—not; sampadyeta—can be fulfilled; mānasaḥ—within my mind; yasyāḥ—of me; bhavān—your good self; prajā-adhyakṣaḥ—Prajāpati; evam—thus; dharmān—religious principles; prabhāṣate—talks.
O my lord, since you are a Prajāpati and are personally my instructor in the principles of religion, where is the possibility that all my desires will not be fulfilled?
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