pratah-kala haite paka karila apara
nana vyanjana, pitha, ksira nana upahara
pratah-kala haite—beginning from the morning; paka karila apara—cooked many varieties of food; nana vyanjana—varieties of vegetables; pitha—cakes; ksira—sweet rice; nana—various; upahara—offerings of food.
Beginning early in the morning, Nrsimhananda Brahmacari cooked many varieties of food, including vegetables, cakes, sweet rice and other preparations.
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