sammarjayan ksalanatah sa gaurah
sva-citta-vac chitalam ujjvalam ca
sri-gundica—known as Gundica; mandiram—the temple; atma-vrndaih—with His associates; sammarjayan—washing; ksalanatah—by cleansing; sah—that; gaurah—Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; sva-citta-vat—like His own heart; sitalam—cool and calm; ujjvalam—bright and clean; ca—and; krsna—of Lord Sri Krsna; upavesa—for the sitting; aupayikam—befitting; cakara—made.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu washed and cleansed the Gundica temple with His devotees and associates. In this way He made the temple as cool and bright as His own heart, and thus He made the place befitting for Lord Sri Krsna to sit.
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