bhiksa lagi' eka-dina eka grama giya
apane bahuta anna anila magiya
bhiksa lagi'-for prasada; eka-dina—in one day; eka grama—to one village; giya—going; apane—personally; bahuta—a great quantity; anna—of rice and other eatables; anila—brought; magiya—begging.
Each day Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu personally went to a village and collected a great quantity of rice and other grains for the preparation of prasada.
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