keha kona prasada ani' deya govinda-thani
'iha yena avasya bhaksana karena gosani'
keha—someone; kona prasada—some variety of prasada; ani'-bringing; deya—delivers; govinda-thani—to Govinda; iha—this; yena—that; avasya—certainly; bhaksana karena—eats; gosani—Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Each devotee would bring a certain type of prasada. He would entrust it to Govinda and request him, "Please arrange that the Lord will surely eat this prasada."
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