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CC Madhya 13.169 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 169

sūryera kiraṇe mukha kare jhalamala
mālya, vastra, divya alaṅkāra, parimala


sūryera—of the sun; kiraṇe—by the rays of sunshine; mukha—the face; kare—does; jhalamala—glittering; mālya—garland; vastra—garments; divya alaṅkāra—beautiful ornaments; parimala—surrounded by a fragrance.


Lord Jagannātha was garlanded, dressed with nice garments and adorned with beautiful ornaments. His face was glittering from the rays of sunshine, and the entire atmosphere was fragrant.