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CC Antya 6.217 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 217

ei-mata sarva-kāla āche vyavahāra
niṣkiñcana bhakta khāḍā haya siṁha-dvāra


ei-mata—in this way; sarva-kāla—for all time; ache—is; vyavahāra—the etiquette; niṣkiñcana bhakta—a devotee who has no other support; khāḍā haya—stands; siṁha-dvāra—at the gate known as Siṁha-dvāra.


Thus it is a custom for all time that a devotee who has no other means of support stands at the Siṁha-dvāra gate to receive alms from the servants.