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CC Madhya 3.133

tina dina upavāse kariyā bhojana
uddaṇḍa-nṛtyete prabhura haila pariśrama
tina dina — three days; upavāse — in fasting; kariyā — doing; bhojana — eating; uddaṇḍa — jumping high; nṛtyete — in dancing; prabhura — of the Lord; haila — there was; pariśrama — fatigue.
The Lord had been fasting for three days, and after that period He took eatables sumptuously. Thus when He danced and jumped high, He became a little fatigued.