CC Ādi 13.108
āsi’ tāṅre kare sāvadhāna
karāila jātakarma, ye āchila vidhi-dharma,
tabe miśra kare nānā dāna
ācāryaratna — Candraśekhara Ācārya; śrīvāsa — Śrīvāsa Ṭhākura; jagannātha-miśra pāśa — at the house of Jagannātha Miśra; āsi’ — coming; tāṅre — unto him; kare — do; sāvadhāna — attention; karāila — executed; jāta-karma — the auspicious ceremony at the time of birth; ye — whatever; āchila — there was; vidhi-dharma — regulative principles of religion; tabe — at that time; miśra — Jagannātha Miśra; kare — does; nānā — varieties; dāna — charities.
Candraśekhara Ācārya and Śrīvāsa Ṭhākura both came to Jagannātha Miśra and drew his attention in various ways. They performed the ritualistic ceremonies prescribed at the time of birth according to religious principles. Jagannātha Miśra also gave varieties of charity.