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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


āra grāmāntara haite sāmagrī ānila
śata dui-cāri holnā tāṅhā ānāila


āra—also; grāma-antara haite—from other villages; sāmagrī—articles; ānila—brought; śata—hundred; dui-cāri—two to four; holnā—round earthen pots; tāṅhā—there; ānāila—caused to be brought.


Seeing the crowd increasing, Raghunātha dāsa arranged to get more eatables from other villages. He also brought two to four hundred large, round earthen pots.