parama santosa prabhura vanya-bhojane
maha-sukha pana, ye dina rahena nirjane
parama—very much; santosa—satisfaction; prabhura—of the Lord; vanya-bhojane—in eating vegetables collected from the forest; maha-sukha pana—gets great happiness; ye dina—on which day; rahena—stays; nirjane—in a solitary place.
The Lord was always very happy to eat these forest vegetables, and He was even happier when He had an opportunity to stay in a solitary place.
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