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CC Ādi 17.85


aṣṭhi-valkala nāhi, — amṛta-rasamaya
eka phala khāile rase udara pūraya


aṣṭhi — seed; valkala — skin; nāhi — there is none; amṛta — nectar; rasa-maya — full of juice; eka — one; phala — fruit; khāile — if one eats; rase — with the juice; udara — belly; pūraya — fulfilled.


The fruits had no seeds or skins. They were full of nectarean juice and were so sweet that a man would be fully satisfied by eating only one.