pratyaha prabhura nidrāya yāna prasāda la-ite
se divasera śrama dekhi' lāgilā cāpite
prati-aha—daily; prabhura nidrāya—when the Lord was asleep; yāna—he goes; prasāda la-ite—to accept his lunch; se divasera—of that day; śrama—the weariness; dekhi'-seeing; lāgilā cāpite—began to press.
It was Govinda's practice to go take lunch when the Lord was asleep. On that day, however, seeing the Lord's weariness, Govinda continued massaging His body.
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