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CC Antya 5.41


nirvikāra deha-mana — kāṣṭha-pāṣāṇa-sama!
āścarya, — taruṇī-sparśe nirvikāra mana


nirvikāra — unchanged; deha-mana — body and mind; kāṣṭha-pāṣāṇa-sama — like wood or stone; āścarya — wonderful; taruṇī-sparśe — in touching young girls; nirvikāra — unchanged; mana — mind.


“His mind is as steady as wood or stone. Indeed, it is wonderful that even when he touches such young girls, his mind never changes.