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CC Madhya 13.11 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


ucca dṛḍha tulī saba pāti' sthāne sthāne
eka tulī haite tvarāya āra tulīte āne


ucca—puffed up; dṛḍha—strong; tulī—pads made of cotton; saba—all; pāti'-spreading; sthāne sthāne—from one place to another; eka tulī—one pad; haite—from; tvarāya—very soon; āra—next; tulīte—on the pad; āne—bring.


Strong, puffed-up cotton pads called tulīs were spread out from the throne to the car, and the heavy Deity of Lord Jagannātha was carried from one pillow-like pad to the next by the dayitās.