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CC Antya 6.75


gopa-jāti āmi bahu gopa-gaṇa saṅge
āmi sukha pāi ei pulina-bhojana-raṅge”


gopa-jāti — belonging to the community of cowherd boys; āmi — I; bahu — many; gopa-gaṇa — cowherd boys; saṅge — with; āmi — I; sukha pāi — become very happy; ei — this; pulina — by the riverside; bhojana-raṅge — in the enjoyment of eating.


“I belong to a community of cowherd boys, and therefore I generally have many cowherd associates with Me. I am happy when we eat together in a picnic like this by the sandy bank of the river.”