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CC Antya 10.109 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 109

keha paiḍa, keha nāḍu, keha piṭhā-pānā
bahu-mūlya uttama-prasāda-prakāra yāra nānā


SYNONYMS

keha—someone; paiḍa—a coconut preparation; keha—someone; nāḍu—sweetballs; keha—someone; piṭhā—cakes; pānā—sweet rice; bahu-mūlya—costly; uttama-prasāda—very palatable food; prakāra yāra nānā—of different varieties.


TRANSLATION

Some brought paiḍa [a coconut preparation], some brought sweetballs, and some brought cakes and sweet rice. The prasāda was of different varieties, all very costly.