jagannathera prasada anila bhiksara lagiya
yathesta bhiksa karila tenho nindara lagiya
jagannathera prasada—remnants of the food of Lord Jagannatha; anila—brought; bhiksara lagiya—for feeding; yathesta bhiksa karila—ate sumptuously; tenho—he; nindara lagiya—to find some fault.
A large quantity of the remnants of food from Lord Jagannatha was brought in for distribution. Ramacandra Puri ate sumptuously, and then he wanted to find faults in Jagadananda Pandita.
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