ei icchaya lajja pana visnu-smarana kaila
hena-kale bhoga sari' arati bajila
ei icchaya—by this desire; lajja—shame; pana—getting; visnu-smarana—remembrance of Lord Visnu; kaila—did; hena-kale—at that time; bhoga—the food; sari'-being finished; arati—the arati ceremony; bajila—was sounded.
Madhavendra Puri became greatly ashamed when he desired to taste the sweet rice, and he immediately began to think of Lord Visnu. While he was thus thinking of Lord Visnu, the offering was completed, and the arati ceremony began.
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