CC Antya 1.20 (1975)
- eka-dina śivānande ghāṭiyāle rākhila
- kukkurake bhāta dite sevaka pāsarilā
eka-dina—one day; śivānande—Śivānanda Sena; ghāṭiyāle—tollman; rākhilā—detained; kukkurake—unto the dog; bhāta dite—to supply rice; sevaka—the servant; pāsarilā—forgot.
One day while Śivānanda was detained by a tollman, his servant forgot to give the dog its cooked rice.