ghare bhata kari' karena vividha vyanjana
ekale gosani lana karana bhojana
ghare—at home; bhata kari'-preparing rice; karena—prepares; vividha vyanjana—varieties of vegetables; ekale—alone; gosani lana—taking Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; karana bhojana—makes to eat.
Bhagavan Acarya prepared varieties of rice and vegetables at home and brought the Lord there alone to eat.
Generally those who invited Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu for dinner used to offer Him the remnants of food that had first been offered to Lord Jagannatha. Bhagavan Acarya, however, instead of giving Him the remnants of Jagannatha's food, prepared dinner at his home. In Orissa, food offered to Lord Jagannatha is called prasadi, and that which is not offered to Lord Jagannatha is known as amani or ghara-bhata, rice prepared at home.
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