CC Madhya 4.74 (1975)
- tāra pāśe dadhi, dugdha, māṭhā, śikhariṇī
- pāyasa, mathanī, sara pāśe dhari āni'
tāra pāśe—by the side of the vegetables; dadhi—yogurt; dugdha—milk; māṭhā—buttermilk; śikhariṇī—a sweet preparation made with yogurt; pāyasa—sweet rice; mathanī—cream; sara—solid cream collected over yogurt; pāśe—by the side; dhari—keeping; āni'-bringing.
Pots of yogurt, milk, buttermilk and śikhariṇī, sweet rice, cream and solid cream were placed alongside the vegetables.
In this kind of ceremony, which is called Annakūṭa, cooked rice is stacked like a small mountain for prasāda distribution.