jhārikhaṇḍera jalera doṣe, upavāsa haite
gātre kaṇḍu haila, rasā paḍe khājuyāite
jhārikhaṇḍera—at the place known as Jhārikhaṇḍa; jalera—of the water; doṣe—by the fault; upavāsa haite—by fasting; gātre—on the body; kaṇḍu—itches; haila—there were; rasā—fluid; paḍe—oozes out; khājuyāite—by itching.
Because of bad water in Jhārikhaṇḍa and because of fasting, Sanātana Gosvāmī contracted a disease that made his body itch. Thus he was afflicted with itching sores from which fluid oozed.
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