'vipra-grhe' sthula-bhiksa, kahan madhu-kari
suska ruti-cana civaya bhoga parihari'
vipra-grhe—in the house of a brahmana; sthula-bhiksa—full meals; kahan—sometimes; madhu-kari—begging little by little like honeybees; suska—dry; ruti—bread; cana—chick-peas; civaya—chew; bhoga parihari'-giving up all kinds of material enjoyment.
"Srila Rupa and Sanatana Gosvami beg a little food from the houses of brahmanas. Giving up all kinds of material enjoyment, they only take some dry bread and fried chick-peas.
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