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SB 10.69.29

hasantaṁ hāsa-kathayā
 kadācit priyayā gṛhe
kvāpi dharmaṁ sevamānam
 artha-kāmau ca kutracit
hasantam — laughing; hāsa-kathayā — with joking conversation; kadācit — at one time; priyayā — with His beloved; gṛhe — in the palace; kva api — somewhere; dharmam — religiosity; sevamānam — practicing; artha — economic development; kāmau — sense gratification; ca — and; kutracit — somewhere.
Somewhere Lord Kṛṣṇa was found enjoying the company of a particular wife by exchanging joking words with her. Somewhere else He was found engaged, along with His wife, in religious ritualistic functions. Somewhere Kṛṣṇa was found engaged in matters of economic development, and somewhere else He was found enjoying family life according to the regulative principles of the śāstras.

This translation is based on Śrīla Prabhupāda’s Kṛṣṇa.

Joking conversations take place during the nighttime, whereas religious rituals, economic development and family enjoyment occur during both the day and the night.