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CC Madhya 12.19

yogyāyogya tomāya saba cāhi nivedite
tomā nā milile rājā cāhe yogī haite
yogya — befitting; ayogya — not befitting; tomāya — unto You; saba — we all; cāhi — want; nivedite — to submit; tomā — You; milile — if he does not meet; rājā — the King; cāhe — wants; yogī haite — to become a mendicant.
“We want to submit before You something that may or may not be befitting. The matter is this: unless he sees You, the King of Orissa will become a mendicant.”