"śivānandera 'prakṛti', putra--yāvat ethāya
āmāra avaśeṣa-pātra tārā yena pāya"
śivānandera—of Śivānanda Sena; prakṛti—wife; putra—sons; yāvat—as long as; ethāya—here; āmāra—My; avaśeṣa-pātra—plate of the remnants of food; tārā—all of them; yena—must; pāya—get.
"As long as Śivānanda Sena's wife and children stay in Jagannātha Purī," He said, "they must be given the remnants of My food."
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