CC Madhya 4.205 (1975)
- ṭhākure śayana karāñā pūjārī haila bāhira
- prabhura āge āni' dila prasāda bāra kṣīra
ṭhākure—the Deity; śayana—lying down; karāñā—causing to do; pūjārī—the priest; haila—was; bāhira—out of the temple; prabhura—of Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; āge—in front; āni'-bringing; dila—offered; prasāda—the remnants of food; bāra—twelve; kṣīra—pots of sweet rice.
When the Deities were laid down to rest, the priest came out of the temple and offered all twelve pots of sweet rice to Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu.