CC Madhya 12.124 (1975)
- yadyapi gosāñi tāre hañāche santoṣa
- dharma-saṁsthāpana lāgi' bāhire mahā-roṣa
yadyapi—although; gosāñi—the Lord; tāre—with him; hañāche—became; santoṣa—satisfied; dharma-saṁsthāpana lāgi'-for establishing the etiquette of religious principles; bāhire—externally; mahā-roṣa—very angry.
Although the Lord was certainly satisfied with him, He became angry externally in order to establish the etiquette of religious principles.