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CC Antya 18.112


“yamunāra bhrame tumi samudre paḍilā
samudrera taraṅge āsi, eta dūra āilā!


yamunāra bhrame — in mistaking for the Yamunā; tumi — You; samudre — in the sea; paḍilā — fell; samudrera taraṅge — by the waves of the sea; āsi — coming; eta — this; dūra — far; āilā — You have come.


“You mistook the sea for the Yamunā River,” he said, “and You jumped into it. You have been carried this far by the waves of the sea.