TEXT 37
keya-patra-droni aila bojha panca-sata
eka eka jane dasa dona dila,-eta pata
SYNONYMS
keya-patra-droni—plates made of leaves of the ketaki tree; aila—arrived; bojha—in loads; panca-sata—five or seven; eka eka jane—to each and every man; dasa dona dila—ten such plates were given; eta pata—so many dishes.
TRANSLATION
There then arrived five or seven loads of plates made of the leaves of the ketaki tree. Each man was supplied ten of these plates, and in this way the dishes were served.

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