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ei-mata vaiṣṇava kāre kichu nā māgiba
ayācita-vṛtti, kiṁvā śāka-phala khāiba

ei-mata — in this way; vaiṣṇava — a devotee; kāre — from anyone; kichu — anything; — not; māgiba — shall ask for; ayācita-vṛtti — the profession of not asking for anything; kiṁvā — or; śāka — vegetables; phala — fruits; khāiba — shall eat.

“Thus a Vaiṣṇava should not ask anything from anyone else. If someone gives him something without being asked, he should accept it, but if nothing comes, a Vaiṣṇava should be satisfied to eat whatever vegetables and fruits are easily available.

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