anya grāmera loka yata dekhite āila
gopāla dekhiyā saba prasāda khāila
anya—other; grāmera—of the villages; loka—people; yata—all; dekhite—to see; āila—came; gopāla—the Lord Gopāla; dekhiyā—seeing; saba—all; prasāda—remnants of food; khāila—partook.
Not only did the people of Govardhana village take prasāda, but also those who came from other villages. They also saw the Deity of Gopāla and were offered prasāda to eat.
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