bahu-ksane caitanya nahe, bhogera kala haila
sarvabhauma mane tabe upaya cintila
bahu-ksane—for a long time; caitanya—consciousness; nahe—there was not; bhogera—of offering food; kala—the time; haila—it became; sarvabhauma—Sarvabhauma Bhattacarya; mane—in the mind; tabe—at that time; upaya—remedy; cintila—thought.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu remained unconscious for a long time. Meanwhile, the time for offering prasada to Lord Jagannatha came, and the Bhattacarya tried to think of a remedy.
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