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CC Madhya 3.111


āise yāya loka harṣe, nāhi samādhāna
lokera saṅghaṭṭe dina haila avasāna


āise — come; yāya — go; loka — all people; harṣe — in great pleasure; nāhi — there is not; samādhāna — calculation; lokera — of the people; saṅghaṭṭe — in crowds; dina — the day; haila — there was; avasāna — the end.


People came and went with great pleasure. There was no calculating how many people assembled there before the day was over.