CC Madhya 6.15 (1975)
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- tāṅhā śune loke kahe anyonye bāt
- eka sannyāsī āsi' dekhi' jagannātha
tāṅhā—at that place; śune—they hear; loke—the people in general; kahe—talk; anyonye—among themselves; bāt—topics; eka—one; sannyāsī—mendicant; āsi'-coming there; dekhi'-seeing; jagannātha—the Deity of Lord Jagannātha.
There the devotees heard the people talking about a mendicant who had come to Jagannātha Purī and seen the Deity of Jagannātha.