TEXT 225
suskam paryusitam vapi
nitam va dura-desatah
prapti-matrena bhoktavyam
natra kala-vicarana
suskam—dry; paryusitam—stale; va—or; api—although; nitam—brought; va—or; dura-desatah—from a distant country; prapti-matrena—only with the receiving; bhoktavyam—to be eaten; na—not; atra—in this; kala-vicarana—consideration of time or place.
The Bhattacarya said, " 'One should eat the maha-prasada of the Lord immediately upon receiving it, even though it is dried up, stale or brought from a distant country. One should consider neither time nor place.

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