paka-salara daksine--dui bhogalaya
eka-ghare salagramera bhoga-seva haya
paka-salara daksine—on the southern side of the kitchen; dui bhoga-alaya—two rooms for offering food; eka-ghare—in one room; salagramera—of Lord Salagrama; bhoga-seva—offering of food; haya—there is.
On the southern side of the kitchen were two rooms for offering food, and in one of them the food was offered to Salagrama Narayana.
Among the followers of the Vedic way, salagrama-sila, the vigraha of Narayana, is worshiped in the form of a stone ball. In India, every brahmana still worships the salagrama-sila in his home. The vaisyas and ksatriyas may also engage in this worship, but it is compulsory in the house of a brahmana.
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