CC Madhya 9.347 (1975)
- bahu nṛtya-gīta kaila premāviṣṭa hañā
- pāṇḍā-pāla āila sabe mālā-prasāda lañā
bahu—much; nṛtya-gīta—dancing and chanting; kaila—performed; prema-āviṣṭa—in ecstatic love; hañā—being; pāṇḍā-pāla—the priests and attendants; āila—came; sabe—all; mālā-prasāda—a garland and remnants of the food of Jagannātha; lañā—offering.
In ecstatic love Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu danced and chanted. At that time all the attendants and priests came to offer Him a garland and the remnants of Lord Jagannātha's food.
Those who are priests engaged in Lord Jagannātha's service are called pāṇḍās or paṇḍitas, and they are brāhmaṇas. The attendants who look after the temple's external affairs are called pālas. The priests and attendants went together to see Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu.