kasi-misra, tulasi-padicha-dui jana
panca-sata loka yata karaye bhojana
tata anna-pitha-pana saba pathaila
dekhi' mahaprabhura mane santosa ha-ila
kasi-misra—Kasi Misra; tulasi-padicha—Tulasi, the superintendent of the temple; dui jana—two persons; panca-sata loka—five hundred men; yata—as much; karaye bhojana—eat; tata—so; anna-pitha-pana—rice, cakes and sweet rice; saba—all; pathaila—sent; dekhi'—seeing; mahaprabhura—of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; mane—in the mind; santosa—satisfaction; ha-ila—there was.
Kasi Misra and Tulasi, the superintendent of the temple, brought as much prasada as five hundred men could eat. Seeing the large quantity of prasada, which consisted of rice, cakes, sweet rice and a variety of vegetables, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu was very much satisfied.
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