|Madhya-līlā||Chapter 13: The Ecstatic Dancing of the Lord at Ratha-yātrā|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Madhya 13.11
ucca dṛḍha tulī saba pāti' sthāne sthāne
eka tulī haite tvarāya āra tulīte āne
ucca — puffed up; dṛḍha — strong; tulī — pads made of cotton; saba — all; pāti' — spreading; sthāne sthāne — from one place to another; eka tulī — one pad; haite — from; tvarāya — very soon; āra — next; tulīte — on the pad; āne — bring.
Strong, puffed-up cotton pads called tulīs were spread out from the throne to the car, and the heavy Deity of Lord Jagannātha was carried from one pillowlike pad to the next by the dayitās.
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