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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.18.60
ekadā sā tu sandhyāyām
ekadā — once; sā — she; tu — but; sandhyāyām — during the evening twilight; ucchiṣṭā — just after eating; vrata — from the vow; karśitā — weak and thin; aspṛṣṭa — not touched; vāri — water; adhauta — not washed; ańghriḥ — her feet; suṣvāpa — went to sleep; vidhi — by fate; mohitā — bewildered.
Having grown weak and thin because of strictly following the principles of the vow, Diti once unfortunately neglected to wash her mouth, hands and feet after eating and went to sleep during the evening twilight.
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