battisa-athiya-kalara angatiya pate
dui thani bhoga badaila bhala mate
battisa-athiya—producing thirty-two bunches; kalara—of a banana tree; angatiya—undivided; pate—on leaves; dui thani—in two places; bhoga—the eatables; badaila—arranged; bhala mate—very nicely.
Of the three divisions, one was arranged on a metal plate, and the other two were arranged on plantain leaves. These leaves were not bifurcated, and they were taken from a banana tree that held at least thirty-two bunches of bananas. The two plates were filled very nicely with the kinds of food described below.

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