CC Antya 16.15
- āmra bheṭa diyā tāṅra caraṇa vandilā
- tāṅra patnīre tabe namaskāra kailā
āmra—mangoes; bheṭa—gift; diyā—presenting; tāṅra—his; caraṇa—feet; vandilā—offered respects to; tāṅra patnīre—to his wife; tabe—thereafter; namaskāra kailā—offered respectful obeisances.
Kālidāsa presented the mangoes to Jhaḍu Ṭhākura and offered him respectful obeisances. Then he also offered respectful obeisances to the Ṭhākura’s wife.