TEXT 149
dadhi, lembu, ada, ara phula-bada, lavana
samagri dekhiya prabhura prasanna haila mana
dadhi—yogurt; lembu—lime; ada—ginger; ara—and; phula-bada—soft cake made of dhal; lavana—salt; samagri dekhiya—seeing these ingredients; prabhura—of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; prasanna—satisfied; haila—became; mana—the mind.
He offered yogurt, limes, ginger, soft bada and salt. Seeing all these arrangements, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu was very pleased.
By the grace of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Caitanya dasa understood the Lord's mind. Therefore he arranged for food that would counteract the heavy meal the Lord had eaten the previous day.
Later in life, Caitanya dasa became a very learned Sanskrit scholar and wrote many books. Among these books, his commentary on Krsna-karnamrta is very famous. There is another book called Caitanya-caritamrta, which is a work of Sanskrit poetry. It is said that this was also composed by him.

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