acaryaratna, srivasa, jagannatha-misra-pasa,
asi' tanre kare savadhana
karaila jatakarma, ye achila vidhi-dharma,
tabe misra kare nana dana
acaryaratna—Candrasekhara Acarya; srivasa—Srivasa Thakura; jagannatha-misra pasa—at the house of Jagannatha Misra; asi'-coming; tanre—unto him; kare—do; savadhana—attention; karaila—executed; jata-karma—the auspicious ceremony at the time of birth; ye—whatever; achila—there was; vidhi-dharma—regulative principles of religion; tabe—at that time; misra—Jagannatha Misra; kare—does; nana—varieties; dana—charities.
Candrasekhara Acarya and Srivasa Thakura both came to Jagannatha Misra and drew his attention in various ways. They performed the ritualistic ceremonies prescribed at the time of birth according to religious principles. Jagannatha Misra also gave varieties of charity.
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