CC Antya 19.70
- iti bruvāṇaṁ viduraṁ vinītaṁ
- sahasra-śīrṣṇaś caraṇopadhānam
- prahṛṣṭa-romā bhagavat-kathāyāṁ
- praṇīyamāno munir abhyacaṣṭa
iti—thus; bruvāṇam—speaking; viduram—to Vidura; vinītam—submissive; sahasra-śīrṣṇaḥ—of Lord Kṛṣṇa; caraṇa-upadhānam—the resting pillow for the legs; prahṛṣṭa-romā—whose hairs on the body were standing; bhagavat-kathāyām—in topics of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; praṇīyamānaḥ—being induced; muniḥ—the great sage Maitreya; abhyacaṣṭa—began to speak.
“When submissive Vidura, the resting place of the legs of Lord Kṛṣṇa, had thus spoken to Maitreya, Maitreya began speaking, his hair standing on end due to the transcendental pleasure of discussing topics concerning Lord Kṛṣṇa.”
This is a quotation from Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (SB 3.13.5).