TEXT 23
mukunda hayena duhkhi dekhi' sannyasa-dharma
tinabare site snana, bhumite sayana
SYNONYMS
mukundaMukunda; hayena—becomes; duhkhi—unhappy; dekhi'-seeing; sannyasa-dharma—My regulative principles in the renounced order; tina-bare—three times; site—in the winter; snana—bath; bhumite—on the ground; sayana—lying down.
TRANSLATION
"Being a sannyasi, I have a duty to lie down on the ground and take a bath three times a day, even during the winter. But Mukunda becomes very unhappy when he sees My severe austerities.

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