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CC Antya 3.184


caura-preta-rākṣasādira bhaya haya nāśa
udaya haile dharma-karma-ādi parakāśa


caura — thieves; preta — ghosts; rākṣasa — demons; ādira — of them and others; bhaya — fear; haya — becomes; nāśa — destroyed; udaya haile — when the sunrise is actually visible; dharma-karma — all religious activities and regulative principles; ādi — everything; parakāśa — becomes manifest.


“With the first glimpse of sunlight, fear of thieves, ghosts and demons immediately disappears, and when the sun is actually visible, everything is manifest, and everyone begins performing his religious activities and regulative duties.