prabhure kahe,--"tomā lāgi' bhoga lāgāila
tumi ihāṅ utsava kara, ghare prasāda rahila"
prabhure kahe—he said to Lord Nityānanda prabhu; tomā lāgi'-for You; bhoga lāgāila—I have offered food to the Deity; tumi—You; ihāṅ—here; utsava kara—are engaged in a festival; ghare—at home; prasāda—the prasāda; rahila—remained.
Rāghava Paṇḍita said to Lord Nityānanda, "For You, sir, I have already offered food to the Deity, but You are engaged in a festival here, and so the food is lying there untouched."
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