|Antya-līlā||Chapter 8: Rāmacandra Purī Criticizes the Lord|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Antya 8.49
"rātrāv atra aikṣavam āsīt, tena
pipīlikāḥ sañcaranti aho! viraktānāḿ
sannyāsinām iyam indriya-lālaseti
bruvann utthāya gataḥ"
rātrau — at night; atra — here; aikṣavam — sugar candy; āsīt — was; tena — by that; pipīlikāḥ — ants; sañcaranti — wander about; aho — alas; viraktānām — renounced; sannyāsinām — of sannyāsīs; iyam — this; indriya — to the senses; lālasa — attachment; iti — thus; bruvan — speaking; utthāya — getting up; gataḥ — left.
"Last night there was sugar candy here," he said. "Therefore ants are wandering about. Alas, this renounced sannyāsī is attached to such sense gratification!" After speaking in this way, he got up and left.
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