bada bada mrt-kundika anaila panca sate
eka vipra prabhu lagi' cida bhijaya tate
bada bada—big, big; mrt-kundika—earthen basins; anaila—arranged to be brought; panca sate—five or seven; eka vipra—one brahmana; prabhu lagi'-for Nityananda Prabhu; cida—the chipped rice; bhijaya—soaked; tate—in those.
He also obtained five or seven especially large earthen pots, and in these pots a brahmana began soaking chipped rice for the satisfaction of Lord Nityananda.
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