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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 204

śuṣka-kāṣṭha āni' rāya vece mathurāte
pāṅca chaya paisā haya eka eka bojhāte


śuṣka-kāṣṭha āni '—collecting dry wood from the forest; rāya—Subuddhi Rāya; vece—sells; mathurāte—at Mathurā; pāṅca chaya—five or six; paisā—paise; haya—are; eka eka bojhāte—in exchange for each load of dry wood.


Subuddhi Rāya would collect dry wood in the forest and take it to the city of Mathurā to sell. For each load he would receive five or six paise.