vrndavane praja-gana, yata sthavara-jangama,
tara ghare bhiksatana, phala-mula-patrasana,
ei vrtti kare sisya-sane
vrndavane—in Vrndavana; praja-gana—the citizens; yata—all; sthavara-jangama—nonmoving and moving; vrksa-lata—the trees and creepers; grhastha-asrame—in household life; tara ghare—at his house; bhiksa-atana—begging from door to door; phala-mula-patra—fruits, roots and leaves; asana—eating; ei vrtti—this business; kare—performs; sisya-sane—with the disciples.
"In Vrndavana, he goes from door to door begging alms with all his disciples. He begs from both the moving and the inert inhabitants-the citizens, the trees and the creepers. In this way he lives on fruits, roots and leaves.
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