ara dina haite 'puspa-anjali' dekhiya
simha-dvare khada rahe bhiksara lagiya
ara dina—the next day; haite—from; puspa-anjali—the ceremony of offering flowers to the Lord; dekhiya—after seeing; simha-dvare—at the main gate; khada rahe—remains standing; bhiksara lagiya—for begging some alms.
Beginning from the sixth day, Raghunatha dasa would stand at the gate known as Simha-dvara to beg alms after the puspa-anjali ceremony, in which flowers were offered to the Lord.
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