aneka-prakara snehe bhiksa karaila
gosanira sesanna sa-vamse khaila
aneka-prakara—various kinds; snehe—in affection; bhiksa—food; karaila—made Him eat; gosanira—of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu; sesa-anna—remnants of food; sa-vamse—with all the members of the family; khaila—ate.
With great affection and respect, that Kurma brahmana made Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu eat all kinds of food. After that, the remnants were shared by all the members of the family.
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