CC Madhya 6.249 (1975)
- uttama uttama prasāda bahuta ānilā
- nija-vipra-hāte dui janā saṅge dilā
uttama uttama—very first-class; prasāda—remnants of food offered to Jagannātha; bahuta—in great quantity; ānilā—brought; nija-vipra—of his own brāhmaṇa servant; hāte—in the hand; dui—two; janā—persons; saṅge—with him; dilā—gave.
The Bhaṭṭācārya brought large quantities of excellent food remnants blessed by Lord Jagannātha. All this prasāda was given to his own brāhmaṇa servant, along with Jagadānanda and Dāmodara.