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CC Madhya 4.60

Text

amaṅgalā dūra kari’ karāila snāna
bahu taila diyā kaila śrī-aṅga cikkaṇa

Synonyms

amaṅgalā — all inauspiciousness; dūra kari’ — driving away; karāila — caused; snāna — bathing; bahu — a great quantity; taila — oil; diyā — applying; kaila — made; śrī-aṅga — the body; cikkaṇa — glossy.

Translation

After all inauspicious things were driven away by the chanting of the mantra, the Deity’s bathing ceremony started. First the Deity was massaged with a large quantity of oil, so that His body became very glossy.