CC Madhya 21.50
- antare virajā nadī
- toyaiḥ prasrāvitā śubhā
pradhāna-parama-vyomnoḥ antare—between the material world and the spiritual world; virajā nadī—is a river known as Virajā; veda-aṅga—of the transcendental body of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; sveda-janitaiḥ—produced from the perspiration; toyaiḥ—with water; prasrāvitā—flowing; śubhā—all-auspicious.
“‘Between the spiritual and the material world is a body of water known as the river Virajā. This water is generated from the bodily perspiration of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is known as Vedāṅga. Thus the river flows.’
This verse and the following verse are from the Padma Purāṇa.