āśa-pāśa vraja-bhūmera yata grāma saba
eka eka dina sabe kare mahotsava
āśa-pāśa—neighboring; vraja-bhūmera—of Vrajabhūmi; yata—all; grāma—villages; saba—all; eka eka—one after another; dina—days; sabe—all; kare—perform; mahā-utsava—festivals.
All the villages in neighboring Vrajabhūmi [Vṛndāvana] became aware of the appearance of Gopāla, and all the people from these villages came to see Him. Day after day they all performed the Annakūṭa ceremony.

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