|Madhya-līlā||Chapter 7: The Lord Begins His Tour of South India|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Madhya 7.137
ańga haite yei kīḍā khasiyā paḍaya
uṭhāñā sei kīḍā rākhe sei ṭhāña
ańga haite — from his body; yei — which; kīḍā — a worm; khasiyā — drops; paḍaya — falling off; uṭhāñā — picking up; sei — that; kīḍā — worm; rākhe — places; sei ṭhāña — in the same place.
Although suffering from leprosy, the brāhmaṇa Vāsudeva was enlightened. As soon as one worm fell from his body, he would pick it up and place it back again in the same location.
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