CC Madhya 20.22

dui upavāse kailā randhana-bhojane
rāja-mantrī sanātana vicārilā mane
Synonyms: 
dui upavāse — fasting for two days; kailā — performed; randhana-bhojane — cooking and eating; rāja-mantrī — the former minister of the Nawab; sanātana — Sanātana; vicārilā — considered; mane — in the mind.
Translation: 
Because Sanātana had been fasting for two days, he cooked the food and ate it. However, having formerly been a minister of the Nawab, he began to contemplate the situation.