TEXT 347
bahu nrtya-gita kaila premavista hana
panda-pala aila sabe mala-prasada lana
SYNONYMS
bahu—much; nrtya-gita—dancing and chanting; kaila—performed; prema-avista—in ecstatic love; hana—being; panda-pala—the priests and attendants; aila—came; sabe—all; mala-prasada—a garland and remnants of the food of Jagannatha; lana—offering.
TRANSLATION
In ecstatic love Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu danced and chanted. At that time all the attendants and priests came to offer Him a garland and the remnants of Lord Jagannatha's food.
PURPORT
Those who are priests engaged in Lord Jagannatha's service are called pandas or panditas, and they are brahmanas. The attendants who look after the temple's external affairs are called palas. The priests and attendants went together to see Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.

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