CC Madhya 4.88 (1975)
- punaḥ dina-śeṣe prabhura karāila utthāna
- kichu bhoga lāgāila karāila jala-pāna
punaḥ—again; dina-śeṣe—at the end of the day; prabhura—of the Lord; karāila—caused to do; utthāna—rising; kichu—some; bhoga—food; lāgāila—offered; karāila—caused to do; jala—water; pāna—drinking.
After taking rest, the Deity must be awakened at the end of the day, and immediately some food and some water must be offered to Him.
This offering is called vaikāli-bhoga, food offered at the end of the day.