bhikṣā lāgi' eka-dina eka grāma giyā
āpane bahuta anna ānila māgiyā
bhikṣā lāgi'-for prasāda; eka-dina—in one day; eka grāma—to one village; giyā—going; āpane—personally; bahuta—a great quantity; anna—of rice and other eatables; ānila—brought; māgiyā—begging.
Each day Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu personally went to a village and collected a great quantity of rice and other grains for the preparation of prasāda.
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