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CC Antya 14.93


prati-rome prasveda paḍe rudhirera dhāra
kanṭḥe gharghara, nāhi varṇera uccāra


prati-rome — from each hair; prasveda — perspiration; paḍe — drops; rudhirera — of blood; dhāra — flow; kaṇṭhe — in the throat; gharghara — gargling sound; nāhi — not; varṇera — of letters; uccāra — pronunciation.


Blood and perspiration flowed incessantly from every pore of His body, and He could not speak a word but simply produced a gargling sound within His throat.