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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


nārikela-khaṇḍa nāḍu, āra nāḍu gaṅgā-jala
cira-sthāyī khaṇḍa-vikāra karilā sakala


nārikela-khaṇḍa nāḍu—sweetmeat balls made with coconut powder; āra—and; nāḍu gaṅgā-jala—a sweetmeat ball as white as Ganges water; cira-sthāyi—long-lasting; khaṇḍa-vikāra—modified forms of sugar-candy sweets; karilā—made; sakala—all.


She made many sweetmeats shaped like balls. Some were made with powdered coconut, and others looked as white as the water of the Ganges. In this way she made many varieties of long-lasting sugar confections.