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CC Madhya 14.249

Text

ei paṭṭa-ḍorīra tumi hao yajamāna
prati-vatsara ānibe ‘ḍorī’ kariyā nirmāṇa

Synonyms

ei paṭṭa-ḍorīra — of these paṭṭa-ḍorīs, silken ropes; tumi — you; hao — become; yajamāna — the worshipers; prati-vatsara — every year; ānibe — you must bring; ḍorī — ropes; kariyā nirmāṇa — manufacturing.

Translation

Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu ordered Rāmānanda Vasu and Satyarāja Khān to become the worshipers of these ropes and every year bring silken ropes from their village.

Purport

It is understood that silken rope was being manufactured by the local inhabitants of Kulīna-grāma; therefore Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu asked Rāmānanda Vasu and Satyarāja Khān to get ropes every year for Lord Jagannātha’s service.