eka-dina salyanna, vyanjana panca-sata
saka, moca-ghanta, bhrsta-patola-nimba-pata
lembu-ada-khanda, dadhi, dugdha, khanda-sara
salagrame samarpilena bahu upahara
eka-dina—one day; sali-anna—cooked rice made of sali paddy; vyanjana—vegetables; panca-sata—five to seven different kinds; saka—spinach; moca-ghanta—curry made from banana flowers; bhrsta—fried; patola—patola vegetables; nimba-pata—with leaves of the nimba tree; lembu—lemon; ada-khanda—pieces of ginger; dadhi—yogurt; dugdha—milk; khanda-sara—sugar candy; salagrame—unto Lord Visnu in the form of the salagrama; samarpilena—offered; bahu upahara—many other varieties of food.
"One day My mother, Saci, offered food to Salagrama Visnu. She offered rice cooked from sali paddies, various kinds of vegetables, spinach, curry made of banana flowers, fried patola with nimba leaves, pieces of ginger with lemon, and also yogurt, milk, sugar candy and many other foods.
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