kṛtamālāya snāna kari' āilā tāṅra ghare
bhikṣā ki dibena vipra,--pāka nāhi kare
kṛtamālāya—in the Kṛtamālā River; snāna kari'-bathing; āilā—came; tāṅra—of the brāhmaṇa; ghare—to the home; bhikṣā—offering of alms; ki dibena—what shall give; vipra—the brāhmaṇa; pāka—cooking; nāhi kare—did not do.
After bathing in the river Kṛtamālā, Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu went to the brāhmaṇa's house to take lunch, but He saw that the food was unprepared because the brāhmaṇa had not cooked it.
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