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CC Madhya 4.42


śaila-upari haite āmā kuñje lukāñā
mleccha-bhaye sevaka mora gela palāñā


śaila-upari — the top of the hill; haite — from; āmā — Me; kuñje — in the bushes; lukāñā — concealing; mleccha-bhaye — from fear of the Muslims; sevaka — servant; mora — My; gela — went; palāñā — running away.


“When the Muslims attacked, the priest who was serving Me hid Me in this bush in the jungle. Then he ran away out of fear of the attack.