dekhiyā santuṣṭa hailā śacīra nandana
sabāke khāoyāla āge kariyā bhakṣaṇa
dekhiyā—seeing this; santuṣṭa—satisfied; hailā—became; śacīra—of mother Śacī; nandana—son; sabāke—everyone; khāoyāla—made to eat; āge—in the beginning; kariyā—doing; bhakṣaṇa—eating Himself.
Seeing the quality of the mangoes, the Lord was greatly satisfied, and thus after eating first, He fed all the other devotees.
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