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CC Madhya 8.243


anyonye mili’ duṅhe nibhṛte vasiyā
praśnottara-goṣṭhī kahe ānandita hañā


anyonye — each other; mili’ — meeting; duṅhe — both of them; nibhṛte — in a secluded place; vasiyā — sitting; praśna-uttara — of questions and answers; goṣṭhī — a discussion; kahe — spoke; ānandita — jubilant; hañā — becoming.


Thus they met time and time again, sitting in a secluded place and jubilantly discussing devotional service by the question-and-answer process.