mahaprasada-ksira-lobhe rahila prabhu tatha
purve isvara-puri tanre kahiyachena katha
maha-prasada—for the remnants of food; ksira—sweet rice; lobhe—in eagerness; rahila—remained; prabhu—the Lord; tatha—there; purve—before that; isvara-puri—Isvara Puri, His spiritual master; tanre—unto Him; kahiyachena—told; katha—a narration.
The Lord remained there because He was very eager to receive the remnants of sweet rice offered to the Gopinatha Deity, having heard a narration from His spiritual master, Isvara Puri, of what had once happened there.
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