gramera yateka tandula, dali godhuma-curna
sakala aniya dila parvata haila purna
gramera—of the village; yateka—all; tandula—the rice; dali—dal; godhuma-curna—wheat flour; sakala—all; aniya—bringing; dila—offered; parvata—the top of the hill; haila—became; purna—filled.
As soon as the people of the village had understood that the Deity was going to be installed, they had brought their entire stocks of rice, dal and wheat flour. They brought such large quantities that the entire surface of the top of the hill was filled.
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