CC Antya 11.69 (1975)
- tāṅre vālu diyā upare piṇḍā bāṅdhāilā
- caudike piṇḍera mahā āvaraṇa kailā
tāṅre—upon the body of Haridāsa Ṭhākura; vālu—sand; diyā—putting; upare—on top; piṇḍā bāṅdhāilā—constructed a platform; cau-dike—all around; piṇḍera—the platform; mahā āvaraṇa kailā—made a great protective fence.
They covered the body of Haridāsa Ṭhākura with sand and then constructed a platform upon the site. The platform was protected all around by fencing.