eka eka dine caturmasya purna haila
kataka brahmana bhiksa dite na paila
eka eka dine—day by day; caturmasya—the period of Caturmasya; purna haila—became filled; kataka brahmana—some of the brahmanas; bhiksa dite—to offer Him lunch; na—did not; paila—get the opportunity.
Each day the Lord was invited by a different brahmana, but some of the brahmanas did not get the opportunity to offer Him lunch because the period of Caturmasya came to an end.
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