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CC Madhya 12.132 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 132

ke kata kuḍāya, saba ekatra kariba
yāra alpa, tāra ṭhāñi piṭhā-pānā la-iba


ke kata kuḍāya—how much one has collected; saba—all; ekatra—in one place; kariba—I shall gather; yāra—of whom; alpa—small; tāra ṭhāñi—from him; piṭhā-pānā la-iba—I will ask for cakes and sweet rice as a fine.


While Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu was picking up the straws and grains of sand, He said, "I shall gather everyone's collection, and I shall ask whoever has collected less than all the others to pay a fine of sweet cakes and sweet rice."