|Ādi-līlā||Chapter 16: The Pastimes of the Lord in His Childhood and Youth|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Ādi 16.70
sundara śarīra yaiche bhūṣaṇe bhūṣita
eka śveta-kuṣṭhe yaiche karaye vigīta
sundara — beautiful; śarīra — body; yaiche — as; bhūṣaṇe — with ornaments; bhūṣita — decorated; eka — one; śveta-kuṣṭhe — with a white spot of leprosy; yaiche — as; karaye — is made; vigīta — abominable.
"One's beautiful body may be decorated with jewels, but one spot of white leprosy makes the entire body abominable.
The great sage Bharata Muni, an authority on poetic metaphor, has given his opinion in this connection as follows.
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