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CC Madhya 4.140 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 140

prati-dina eka-khāni karena bhakṣaṇa
khāile premāveśa haya,--adbhuta kathana


prati-dina—every day; eka-khāni—one piece; karena—does; bhakṣaṇa—eating; khāile—by eating; prema-āveśa—ecstasy; haya—there is; adbhuta—wonderful; kathana—narrations.


Each day, Mādhavendra Purī would eat one piece of that earthen pot, and after eating it he would immediately be overwhelmed with ecstasy. These are wonderful stories.