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CC Madhya 4.68


kumbhakāra ghare chila ye mṛd-bhājana
saba ānāila prāte, caḍila randhana


kumbhakāra — of the potters of the village; ghare — in the houses; chila — there was; ye — whatever; mṛd-bhājana — clay pots; saba — all; ānāila — brought; prāte — in the morning; caḍila — started; randhana — cooking.


When the villagers brought their stock of rice, dhal and flour, the potters of the village brought all kinds of cooking pots, and in the morning the cooking began.