sabe giya rahila grama-bhitara vrksa-tale
sivananda vina vasa-sthana nahi mile
sabe—all of them; giya—going; rahila—remained; grama-bhitara—inside a village; vrksa-tale—under a tree; sivananda vina—without Sivananda Sena; vasa-sthana—residential quarters; nahi mile—no one could get.
The party went into a village and waited beneath a tree because no one but Sivananda Sena could arrange for their residential quarters.
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