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CC Madhya 13.200


āge pāche, dui pārśve puṣpodyāna-vane
yei yāhā pāya, lāgāya, — nāhika niyame


āge pāche — in front or at the end; dui pārśve — on two sides; puṣpa-udyāna-vane — in the flower gardens; yei — one who; yāhā pāya — gets the opportunity; lāgāya — offers; nāhika niyame — there are no hard and fast rules.


The devotees offered their food everywhere — in front of the car and behind it, on the two sides and within the flower garden. Wherever possible, they made their offering to the Lord, for there were no hard and fast rules.