mukhe tāra jhāla gela, jihvā kare jvālā
vṛndāvanera 'pīlu' khāite ei eka līlā
mukhe tāra—in their mouths; jhāla—the taste of chili; gela—went; jihvā—the tongue; kare jvālā—was burning; vṛndāvanera—of Vṛndāvana; pīlu—the pīlu fruit; khāite—eating; ei—this; eka līlā—a pastime.
The hot chili-like taste burned the tongues of those who chewed the seeds. The eating of pīlu fruits from Vṛndāvana was a pastime for Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu.
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