kāśamdi, ācāra ādi aneka prakāra
gandha, vastra, alaṅkāra, sarva dravya-sāra
kāśamdi—a kind of pickle; ācāra—other pickles; ādi—and so on; aneka pra-kāra—of many varieties; gandha—scents; vastra—clothing; alaṅkāra—ornaments; sarva—all; dravya—of things; sāra—best.
"Rāghava Paṇḍita would also offer all kinds of pickles, such as kāśamdi. He offered various scents, garments, ornaments and the best of everything.
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