divya mahā-prasāda aneka ānāila
pīṭhā-pānā ādi jagannātha ye khāila
divya—very nice; mahā-prasāda—remnants of food from Jagannātha; aneka—various; ānāila—brought; pīṭhā-pānā ādi—such as cakes and condensed milk; jagannātha—Lord Jagannātha; ye—which; khāila—ate.
Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya brought various types of food remnants that had been left by Lord Jagannātha. He brought all kinds of cakes and condensed-milk preparations.
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