CC Antya 16.88
- hena-kāle ‘gopāla-vallabha’-bhoga lāgāila
- śaṅkha-ghaṇṭā-ādi saha ārati bājila
hena-kāle—at this time; gopāla-vallabha-bhoga—the food offered early in the morning; lāgāila—was offered; śaṅkha—conch; ghaṇṭā-ādi—bells and so on; saha—with; ārati—ārati; bājila—sounded.
The offering of food known as gopāla-vallabha-bhoga was then given to Lord Jagannātha, and ārati was performed with the sound of the conch and the ringing of bells.