CC Madhya 13.48 (1975)
- sāta sampradāye bāje caudda mādala
- yāra dhvani śuni' vaiṣṇava haila pāgala
sāta sampradāye—in seven groups; bāje—were beating; caudda—fourteen; mādala—drums; yāra—of which; dhvani—the sound; śuni'-hearing; vaiṣṇava—all the devotees; haila—became; pāgala—mad.
There were altogether seven parties of saṅkīrtana, and in each party two men were beating drums. Thus fourteen drums were being played at once. The sound was tumultuous, and all the devotees became mad.