sisu saba laye pada-padasira ghare
curi kari' dravya khaya mare balakere
sisu—children; saba—all; laye—taking with Him; pada-padasira—neighboring; ghare—in the houses; curi kari'-stealing; dravya—eatables; khaya—eats; mare—fights; balakere—with other children.
As usual for small children, He learned to play, and with His playmates He went to the houses of neighboring friends, stealing their eatables and eating them. Sometimes the children fought among themselves.
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