keha chatre magi' khaya, yeba kichu paya
keha ratre bhiksa lagi' simha-dvare raya
keha—some; chatre—at the almshouse; magi'-begging; khaya—eat; yeba—whatever; kichu—little; paya—they receive; keha—some; ratre—at night; bhiksa lagi'-for begging alms; simha-dvare raya—stand at the gate known as Simha-dvara.
It is a custom for some Vaisnavas to beg from the charity booths and eat whatever they obtain, whereas others stand at night at the Simha-dvara gate, begging alms from the servants.
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