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CC Madhya 15.60

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His Divine Grace
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


kibā mora kathāya mane bhrama hañā gela!
kibā kona jantu āsi’ sakala khāila?


kibā — or; mora kathāya — when I was thinking like that; mane — in the mind; bhrama hañā gela — I was mistaken; kibā — or; kona jantu — some animal; āsi’ — coming; sakala khāila — ate everything.


“She began to wonder whether there had actually been anything on the plate in the first place. Then again she thought that some animal might have come and eaten everything.