'upala-bhoga' lagile kare bahire vijaya
haridasa mili' aise apana nilaya
upala-bhoga lagile—when there is an offering of food known as upala-bhoga; kare bahire vijaya—He remains outside; haridasa mili'-meeting Haridasa Thakura; aise—comes back; apana nilaya—to His residence.
After visiting the temple, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu would remain outside during the upala-bhoga offering. He would then go meet Haridasa Thakura and return to His residence.
At noon, when there was an upala-bhoga offering in a place called bhoga-vardhana-khanda, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu would go outside the temple. Before going outside, He used to stand near the Garuda-stambha column and offer His obeisances and prayers. Afterwards, the Lord would visit Siddha-bakula, where Haridasa Thakura lived. After visiting with Haridasa Thakura, the Lord would return to His own place at the abode of Kasi Misra.
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