jhārikhaṇḍa-vanapathe āilā ekelā caliyā
kabhu upavāsa, kabhu carvaṇa kariyā
jhārikhaṇḍa—known as Jhārikhaṇḍa; vana-pathe—through the path of the forest of central India; āilā—came; ekelā—alone; caliyā—walking; kabhu—sometimes; upavāsa—fasting; kabhu—sometimes; carvaṇa kariyā—chewing.
Sanātana Gosvāmī walked alone on the path through Jhārikhaṇḍa Forest in central India. Sometimes he fasted, and sometimes he would eat.
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