yautuka paila yata, ghare va achila kata,
saba dhana vipre dila dana
yata nartaka, gayana, bhata, akincana jana,
dhana diya kaila sabara mana
yautuka—presentation; paila—received; yata—as much as; ghare—in the house; va—or; achila—there was; kata—whatever; saba dhana—all riches; vipre—unto the brahmanas; dila—gave; dana—in charity; yata—all; nartaka—dancers; gayana—singers; bhata—blessers; akincana jana—poor men; dhana diya—giving them riches; kaila—did; sabara—everyone's; mana—honor.
Whatever riches Jagannatha Misra collected in the form of gifts and presentations, and whatever he had in his house, he distributed among the brahmanas, professional singers, dancers, bhatas and the poor. He honored them all by giving them riches in charity.
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