CC Madhya 4.72 (1975)
- nava-vastra pāti' tāhe palāśera pāta
- rāndhi' rāndhi' tāra upara rāśi kaila bhāta
nava-vastra—new cloth; pāti'-spreading; tāhe—on that; palāśera pāta—the leaves of palāśa; rāndhi' rāndhi'-cooking and cooking; tāra upara—on that; rāśi—stacked; kaila—made; bhāta—rice.
All the cooked rice was stacked on palāśa leaves, which were on new cloths spread over the ground.