Caitanya-caritamrta Antya 12.102-123:
sivananda-sena-grhe yana rahila
'candanadi' taila tahan eka-matra kaila
"Jagadananda Pandita stayed at Sivananda Sena's house for some time, and they prepared about sixteen seers of scented sandalwood oil.
sugandhi kariya taila gagari bhariya
nilacale lana aila yatana kariya
They filled a large earthen pot with the aromatic oil, and with great care Jagadananda Pandita brought it to Nilacala, Jagannatha Puri.
govindera thani taila dhariya rakhila
"prabhu-ange diha' taila" govinde kahila
This oil was placed in the care of Govinda, and Jagadananda requested him, "Please rub this oil on the body of the Lord."
tabe prabhu-thani govinda kaila nivedana
'jagadananda candanadi-taila aniyachena
Govinda therefore told Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, "Jagadananda Pandita has brought some scented sandalwood oil.
tanra iccha,----prabhu alpa mastake lagaya
pitta-vayu-vyadhi-prakopa santa hana yaya
"It is his desire that Your Lordship apply a little of this oil on Your head so that blood pressure due to bile and air will be considerably diminished.
eka-kalasa sugandhi taila gaudete kariya
ihan aniyache bahu yatana kariya"
"He prepared a large jug of it in Bengal, and with great care he has brought it here."
prabhu kahe,----"sannyasira nahi taile adhikara
tahate sugandhi taila,----parama dhikkara!
The Lord replied, "A sannyasi has no use for oil, especially perfumed oil such as this. Take it out immediately."
According to Raghunandana Bhattacarya, the spokesman for the smarta regulative principles:
pratah-snane vrate sraddhe
dvadasyam grahane tatha
tasmat tailam vivarjayet
"If one who has taken a vow smears oil on his body while bathing in the morning, while observing a ritualistic ceremony like the sraddha ceremony, or on dvadasi day, he may as well pour wine over his body. Therefore, oil should be rejected." This word vrata (vow) is sometimes understood to refer to the sannyasa-vrata. Raghunandana Bhattacarya has also said in his book Tithi-tattva:
ghrtam ca sarsapam tailam
yat tailam puspa-vasitam
adustam pakva-tailam ca
tailabhyange ca nityasah
This means that clarified butter (ghee), mustard oil, floral oil and boiled oil may be used only by grhasthas, householders.
jagannathe deha' taila,----dipa yena jvale
tara parisrama haiba parama-saphale"
"Deliver this oil to the temple of Jagannatha, where it may be burned in the lamps. In this way, Jagadananda's labor to manufacture the oil will be perfectly successful."
ei katha govinda jagadanandere kahila
mauna kari' rahila pandita, kichu na kahila
When Govinda informed Jagadananda Pandita of this message, Jagadananda remained silent, not saying even a word.
dina dasa gele govinda janaila ara-bara
panditera iccha,----'taila prabhu kare angikara'
When ten days had passed, Govinda again told Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, "It is the desire of Jagadananda Pandita that Your Lordship accept the oil."
suni' prabhu kahe kichu sakrodha vacana
mardaniya eka rakha karite mardana!
When the Lord heard this, He angrily said, "Why not keep a masseur to massage Me?
ei sukha lagi' ami karilun sannyasa!
amara 'sarva-nasa'----toma-sabara 'parihasa'
"Have I taken sannyasa for such happiness? Accepting this oil would bring My ruination, and all of you would laugh.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu declared Himself a strict sannyasi. A sannyasi is not supposed to take help from anyone. Retaining a masseur to give Him massages would indicate His dependence on others. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu wanted to follow very strictly the principle of not accepting anyone's help for His bodily comfort.
pathe yaite taila-gandha mora yei pabe
'dari sannyasi' kari' amare kahibe
"If someone passing on the road smelled this oil on My head, he would think Me a dari sannyasi, a tantric sannyasi who keeps women."
suni prabhura vakya govinda mauna karila
pratah-kale jagadananda prabhu-sthane aila
Hearing these words of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Govinda remained silent. The next morning, Jagadananda went to see the Lord.
prabhu kahe,----"pandita, taila anila gauda ha-ite
ami ta' sannyasi,----taila na pari la-ite
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu said to Jagadananda Pandita, "My dear Pandita, you have brought Me some oil from Bengal, but since I am in the renounced order, I cannot accept it.
jagannathe deha' lana dipa yena jvale
tomara sakala srama ha-ibe saphale"
"Deliver the oil to the temple of Jagannatha so that it may be burned in the lamps. Thus your labor in preparing the oil will be fruitful."
pandita kahe,----'ke tomare kahe mithya vani
ami gauda haite taila kabhu nahi ani'
Jagadananda Pandita replied, "Who tells You all these false stories? I never brought any oil from Bengal."
eta bali' ghara haite taila-kalasa lana
prabhura age anginate phelila bhangiya
After saying this, Jagadananda Pandita took the jug of oil from the room and threw it down before Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu in the courtyard and broke it.
taila bhangi' sei pathe nija-ghara giya
suiya rahila ghare kapata khiliya
After breaking the jug, Jagadananda Pandita returned to his residence, bolted the door and lay down.
trtiya divase prabhu tanra dvare yana
'uthaha' pandita'----kari' kahena dakiya
Three days later, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu went to the door of his room and said, "My dear Jagadananda Pandita, please get up.
'aji bhiksa diba amaya kariya randhane
madhyahne asiba, ebe yai darasane'
"I want you personally to cook My lunch today. I am going now to see the Lord in the temple. I shall return at noon."
eta bali' prabhu gela, pandita uthila
snana kari' nana vyanjana randhana karila
After Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu said this and left, Jagadananda Pandita got up from his bed, bathed, and began to cook varieties of vegetables."