CC Antya 10.24 (1975)
- koli-śuṇṭhi, koli-cūrṇa, koli-khaṇḍa āra
- kata nāma la-iba, śata-prakāra 'ācāra'
koli-śuṇṭhi—dried ginger and berries; koli-cūrṇa—powder of berries; koli-khaṇḍa—another preparation of berries; āra—and; kata nāma—how many names; la-iba—I shall call; śata-prakāra—a hundred varieties; ācāra—condiments and pickles.
She made a hundred varieties of condiments and pickles. She also made koli-śuṇṭhi, koli-cūrṇa, koli-khaṇḍa and many other preparations. How many should I name?