TEXT 296
jagannatha-misra-ghare bhiksa ye karila
apurva mocara ghanta tahan ye khaila
SYNONYMS
jagannatha-misra-ghare—in the house of Sri Jagannatha Misra; bhiksa—lunch; ye—that; karila—took; apurva—unprecedented; mocara ghanta—curry made of plantain flowers; tahan—there; ye—that; khaila—ate.
TRANSLATION
As soon as Sri Ranga Puri recalled Navadvipa, he also recalled accompanying Sri Madhavendra Puri to the house of Jagannatha Misra, where he had taken lunch. He even remembered the taste of an unprecedented curry made of banana flowers.

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