CC Madhya 13.10 (1975)
- kaṭi-taṭe baddha, dṛḍha sthūla paṭṭa-ḍorī
- dui dike dayitā-gaṇa uṭhāya tāhā dhari'
kaṭi-taṭe—on the waist; baddha—bound; dṛḍha—strong; sthūla—thick; paṭṭa-ḍorī—rope made of silk; dui dike—from two sides; dayitā-gaṇa—the dayitās; uṭhāya—raise; tāhā—that rope; dhari'-catching.
The Lord Jagannātha Deity was bound at the waist by a strong, thick rope made of silk. From two sides the dayitās caught hold of this rope and raised the Deity.