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CC Madhya 6.228


dui-jane dhari’ duṅhe karena nartana
prabhu-bhṛtya duṅhā sparśe, doṅhāra phule mana


dui-jane — both of them; dhari’ — embracing; duṅhe — both; karena — do; nartana — dancing; prabhu-bhṛtya — the master and the servant; duṅhā — both; sparśe — by touching each other; doṅhāra — of both of them; phule — were excited; mana — minds.


The Lord and the servant embraced each other and began to dance. Simply by touching each other, they became ecstatic.