CC Antya 16.90
- mālā parāñā prasāda dila prabhura hāte
- āsvāda dūre rahu, yāra gandhe mana māte
mālā parāñā—after garlanding; prasāda—the remnants of Lord Jagannātha’s food; dila—delivered; prabhura hāte—in the hand of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; āsvāda—tasting; dūre rahu—what to speak of; yāra—of which; gandhe—by the aroma; mana—mind; māte—becomes maddened.
The servants of Lord Jagannātha first garlanded Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu and then offered Him Lord Jagannātha’s prasādam. The prasādam was so nice that its aroma alone, to say nothing of its taste, would drive the mind mad.