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CC Antya 16.59

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 59

kṛṣṇera ucchiṣṭa haya ‘mahā-prasāda’ nāma
’bhakta-śeṣa’ haile ‘mahā-mahā-prasādākhyāna’


SYNONYMS

kṛṣṇera ucchiṣṭa—remnants of the food of Kṛṣṇa; haya—are; mahā-prasāda nāma—called mahā-prasādam; bhakta-śeṣa—the remnants of a devotee; haile—when it becomes; mahā-mahā-prasāda—great mahā-prasādam; ākhyāna—named.


TRANSLATION

The remnants of food offered to Lord Kṛṣṇa are called mahā-prasādam. After this same mahā-prasādam has been taken by a devotee, the remnants are elevated to mahā-mahā-prasādam.