madhuramla-bada, amladi panca-chaya
sakala vyanjana kaila loke yata haya
madhura-amla-bada—sweet and sour cakes; amla-adi—sour preparations; panca-chaya—five or six; sakala vyanjana—all vegetables; kaila—made; loke—for the people; yata haya—as many as there were.
There were small cakes in sweet and sour sauce and five or six kinds of sour preparations. All the vegetables were so made that everyone present could take prasada.
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