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alpa anna nahi aise dite prabhura hate
dui-tinera anna dena eka eka pate
alpa anna—a small quantity of prasada; nahi—does not; aise—come; dite—to give; prabhura—of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; hate—in the hand; dui—two; tinera—or of three; anna—food; dena—He delivers; eka eka pate—on each and every plantain leaf.
All the devotees were served prasada on plantain leaves, and Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu distributed on each leaf a quantity suitable for two or three men to eat, for His hand could not distribute less than that.

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