CC Madhya 12.89 (1975)
- ei-mata bhakta-gaṇa kari' nija-vāse
- tṛṇa, dhūli bāhire phelāya parama hariṣe
ei-mata—similarly; bhakta-gaṇa—all the devotees; kari'—doing; nija-vāse—in their own cloths; tṛṇa—straw; dhūli—dust; bāhire phelāya—throw outside; parama hariṣe—with great jubilation.
Following the example of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu, all the devotees, in great jubilation, began to gather straws and dust with their own cloths and throw them outside the temple.