CC Antya 4.215

gauḍe ye artha chila, tāhā ānāilā
kuṭumba-brāhmaṇa-devālaye bāṅṭi’ dilā
Word for word: 
gauḍe — in Bengal; ye — whatever; artha — money; chila — there was; tāhā — that; ānāilā — collected; kuṭumba — to relatives; brāhmaṇa — brāhmaṇas; devālaye — temples; bāṅṭi’ dilā — divided and distributed.
Translation: 
He collected whatever money he had accumulated in Bengal and divided it among his relatives, the brāhmaṇas and the temples.