hema-kilita candana, taha kari' gharsana,
tahe aguru, kunkuma, kasturi
karpura-sane carca ange, purva angera gandha sange,
mili' tare yena kaila curi
hema—with gold; kilita—bedecked; candana—white sandalwood; taha—that; kari'-doing; gharsana—rubbing; tahe—in that; aguru—the aguru flavor; kunkuma—kunkuma; kasturi—and musk; karpura—camphor; sane—with; carca—smearing; ange—on the body; purva—previous; angera—of the body; gandha—scent; sange—with; mili'-combining; tare—that; yena—as if; kaila—did; curi—stealing or covering.
"When sandalwood pulp with aguru, kunkuma and musk is mixed with camphor and spread on Krsna's body, it combines with Krsna's own original bodily perfume and seems to cover it.
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