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CC Antya 2.61


iṣṭa-deva nṛsiṁha lāgi’ pṛthak bāḍila
tina-jane samarpiyā bāhire dhyāna kaila


iṣṭa-deva — the worshipable Deity; nṛsiṁha — Lord Nṛsiṁhadeva; lāgi’ — for; pṛthak — separately; bāḍila — arranged; tina-jane — to the three Deities; samarpiyā — offering; bāhire — outside; dhyāna kaila — meditated.


He also separately offered dishes to Nṛsiṁhadeva, his worshipable Deity. Thus he divided all the food into three offerings. Then, outside the temple, he began to meditate upon the Lord.