ni-sakḍi nānā-mata prasāda ānila
prabhure āge diyā bhakta-gaṇe bāṅṭi dila
ni-sakḍi—food cooked in ghee; nānā-mata—various types; prasāda—remnants of the Lord's food; ānila—he brought; prabhure āge—in front of Lord Nityānanda; diyā—placing; bhakta-gaṇe—to all the devotees; bāṅṭi dila—distributed.
He brought many other kinds of food cooked in ghee and offered to the Lord. This prasāda he first placed before Lord Nityānanda and then distributed among the devotees.
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