TEXT 221
amṛta-guṭikā, piṭhā-pānā ānāila
jagannātha-prasāda saba pṛthak dharila
amṛta-guṭikā—the sweet named amṛta-guṭikā; piṭhā-pānā—cakes and sweet rice; ānāila—brought; jagannātha-prasāda—remnants of the food of Lord Jagannātha; saba—all; pṛthak dharila—kept separately.
Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya also included several types of food that had been offered to Lord Jagannātha. This included sweetballs known as amṛta-guṭikā, sweet rice and cakes. All these were kept separately.
Although the remnants of food left by Jagannātha were brought into Bhaṭṭācārya's house, they were kept separate from the preparations he had made at his home. It sometimes happens that prasāda is mixed with a larger quantity of food and then distributed, but in this case we find that Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya kept the jagannātha-prasāda separate. He kept it aside particularly for the satisfaction of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu.

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