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CC Madhya 4.114


sevāra sauṣṭhava dekhi’ ānandita mane
uttama bhoga lāge — ethā bujhi anumāne


sevāra — of the worship; sauṣṭhava — excellence; dekhi’ — seeing; ānandita — pleased; mane — in the mind; uttama bhoga — first-class foods; lāge — they offer; ethā — thus; bujhi — I understand; anumāne — by deduction.


From the excellence of the arrangements, Mādhavendra Purī understood by deduction that only the best food was offered.