kata dine raghunatha simha-dvara chadila
chatre yai' magiya khaite arambha karila
kata dine—after some days; raghunatha—Raghunatha dasa; simha-dvara chadila—gave up standing at the gate known as Simha-dvara; chatre yai'-going to an alms booth; magiya—begging; khaite—to eat; arambha karila—he began.
After some days, Raghunatha dasa gave up standing near the Simha-dvara gate and instead began eating by begging alms from a booth for free distribution of food.
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