CC Antya 6.119 (1975)
- bhakta-gaṇa ākaṇṭha bhariyā karila bhojana
- 'hari' dhvani kari' uṭhi' kailā ācamana
bhakta-gaṇa—all the devotees; ākaṇṭha—up to the neck; bhariyā—filling; karila bhojana—took prasāda; hari dhvani—chanting of the holy name of Hari; kari'-doing; uṭhi'-getting up; kailā ācamana—washed their mouths and hands.
All the devotees took prasāda, filling themselves to the brim. Thereafter, chanting the holy name of Hari, they stood up and washed their hands and mouths.