prataparudra ajna dila sei dui jane
prabhu-sthane asiyachena yata prabhura gane
sabare svacchanda vasa, svacchanda prasada
svacchanda darsana karaiha, nahe yena badha
prataparudra—King Prataparudra; ajna dila—ordered; sei dui jane—to those two persons; prabhu-sthane—at the place of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; asiyachena—have arrived; yata—all the devotees who; prabhura gane—associates of the Lord; sabare—to all of them; svacchanda—convenient; vasa—residential places; svacchanda—convenient; prasada—remnants of the food of Jagannatha; svacchanda darsana—convenient visit; karaiha—arrange for; nahe yena badha—so that there will not be any difficulties.
Maharaja Prataparudra then told both Kasi Misra and the temple inspector, "Provide all the devotees and associates of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu with comfortable residences, convenient eating facilities for prasada and convenient visiting arrangements at the temple so that there will not be any difficulty.
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