ca-i-marica-sukhta diya saba phala-mule
amrta-nindaka panca-vidha tikta-jhale
ca-i-marica—with black pepper and ca-i (a kind of spice); sukhta—vegetables made bitter; diya—giving; saba—all; phala-mule—various kinds of fruits and roots; amrta-nindaka—defying nectar; panca-vidha—five kinds of; tikta—bitter; jhale—and pungent.
There was sukhta, bitter melon mixed with all kinds of vegetables, defying the taste of nectar. There were five types of bitter and pungent sukhtas.
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