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CC Madhya 8.172

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 172

pracchanna-māna vāmya—dhammilla-vinyāsa
‘dhīrādhīrātmaka’ guṇa—aṅge paṭa-vāsa


pracchanna—covered; māna—anger; vāmya—craftiness; dhammilla—of the bunches of hair; vinyāsa—arrangement; dhīra-adhīra-ātmaka—consisting of jealous anger, which is sometimes expressed and sometimes suppressed; guṇa—the quality; aṅge—on the body; paṭa-vāsa—silk covering.


“Craftiness and covered anger constitute the arrangement of Her hair. The quality of anger due to jealousy is the silk garment covering Her body.