tina sandhya radha-kunde apatita snana
vraja-vasi vaisnave kare alingana mana
tina sandhya—three times, namely morning, evening and noon; radha-kunde—in the lake of Radha-kunda; apatita—without failure; snana—taking bath; vraja-vasi—inhabitants of Vrajabhumi; vaisnave—all devotees; kare—does; alingana—embracing; mana—and offering respect.
Sri Raghunatha dasa Gosvami took three baths daily in the Radha-kunda lake. As soon as he found a Vaisnava residing in Vrndavana, he would embrace him and give him all respect.
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