CC Madhya 4.58 (1975)
- bhoga-sāmagrī āila sandeśādi yata
- nānā upahāra, tāhā kahite pāri kata
bhoga-sāmagrī—ingredients for eatables to be offered; āila—brought in; sandeśa-ādi—sweetmeats; yata—all kinds of; nānā—various; upahāra—presentations; tāhā—that; kahite—to say; pāri—I am able; kata—how much.
Various foods and sweetmeats, as well as other kinds of presentations, were brought there. I am unable to describe all these.