ye keha jāne, āṅṭi cuṣite lāgila
ye nā jāne gauḍiyā pīlu cāvāñā khāila
ye—those who; keha—some; jāne—knew; āṅṭi—seeds; cuṣite lāgila—began to lick; ye—those who; nā jāne—did not know; gauḍiyā—Bengali devotees; pīlu—the pīlu fruit; cāvāñā—chewing; khāila—ate.
Those devotees who were familiar with pīlu fruits sucked on the seeds, but the Bengali devotees who did not know what they were chewed the seeds and swallowed them.
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