nitya āsi' kare miśrera pāda saṁvāhana
jagannātha-sevāra kare bhiyāna śravaṇa
nitya āsi'-coming daily; kare—performs; miśrera—of Kāśī Miśra; pāda—the feet; saṁvāhana—massaging; jagannātha-sevāra—for the service of Lord Jagannātha; kare—does; bhiyāna—arrangements; śravaṇa—hearing.
He would come daily to the house of Kāśī Miśra to massage his lotus feet. The King would also hear from him about how opulently Lord Jagannātha was served.
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