CC Madhya 25.233 (1975)
- jagannātha-sevaka āni' mālā-prasāda dilā
- tulasī paḍichā āsi' caraṇa vandilā
jagannātha-sevaka—the priests who were servitors of Lord Jagannātha; āni'-bringing; mālā-prasāda dilā—distributed flower garlands and prasāda; tulasī paḍichā—the temple servant known as Tulasī; āsi'-coming; caraṇa vandilā—worshiped the lotus feet of the Lord.
The priests immediately brought them flower garlands and prasāda. The temple's watchman, who was named Tulasī, also came and offered his obeisances to Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu.