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SB 3.23.25

aṅgaṁ ca mala-paṅkena
 sañchannaṁ śabala-stanam
āviveśa sarasvatyāḥ
 saraḥ śiva-jalāśayam
Synonyms: 
aṅgam — body; ca — and; mala-paṅkena — with dirt; sañchannam — covered; śabala — discolored; stanam — breasts; āviveśa — she entered; sarasvatyāḥ — of the river Sarasvatī; saraḥ — the lake; śiva — sacred; jala — waters; āśayam — containing.
Translation: 
Her body was coated with a thick layer of dirt, and her breasts were discolored. She dove, however, into the lake, which contained the sacred waters of the Sarasvatī.