dhuli-dhusara tanu dekhite sobhana
kahan kahan asru-jale kare sammarjana
dhuli—dust; dhusara—dirt; tanu—body; dekhite—to see; sobhana—very beautiful; kahan kahan—somewhere; asru-jale—with tears; kare—does; sammarjana—washing.
The entire beautiful body of the Lord was covered with dust and dirt. In this way it became transcendentally beautiful. At times, when cleansing the temple, the Lord shed tears, and in some places He even cleansed with those tears.

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