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CC Antya 4.9


jagannāthera sevaka phere kārya-anurodhe
tāṅra sparśa haile mora habe aparādhe


jagannāthera — of Lord Jagannātha; sevaka — different servants; phere — move about; kārya-anurodhe — because of different duties; tāṅra — of them; sparśa — touch; haile — if there is; mora — my; habe — there will be; aparādhe — offense.


“The servants of Lord Jagannātha generally move about tending to their duties, but if they touch me I shall be an offender.