tumi khete para dasa-visa manera anna
ami taha kanha paba daridra brahmana
tumi—You; khete—to eat; para—able; dasa-visa—ten or twenty; manera—of the measurement of a mana; anna—rice; ami—I; taha—that; kanha—where; paba—shall get; daridra—poverty-stricken; brahmana—brahmana.
Advaita Acarya accused Nityananda Prabhu, saying, "You can eat ten to twenty manas of rice. I am a poor brahmana. How shall I get so much rice?
A mana is a measurement containing about four kilos.
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