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CC Antya 5.39


snānādi karāya, parāya vāsa-vibhūṣaṇa
guhya aṅgera haya tāhā darśana-sparśana


snāna-ādi karāya — he performs their bathing and so on; parāya vāsa-vibhūṣaṇa — dresses and decorates the body with various types of ornaments; guhya aṅgera — of the private parts of the body; haya — there is; tāhā — that; darśana-sparśana — seeing and touching.


“He personally bathes and dresses them and decorates them with ornaments. In this way, he naturally sees and touches the private parts of their bodies.