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CC Madhya 24.267


eka-dina anna āne daśa-biśa jane
dine tata laya, yata khāya dui jane


eka-dina — in one day; anna — food; āne — brought; daśa-biśa jane — enough for ten to twenty men; dine — in a day; tata laya — would accept only as much; yata — as; khāya dui jane — the two of them required to eat.


“In one day enough food was brought for ten or twenty people, but the hunter and his wife would accept only as much as they could eat.