CC Madhya 15.24
- śirera upare, pṛṣṭhe, sammukhe, dui-pāśe
- pāda-madhye phirāya laguḍa,—dekhi’ loka hāse
śirera upare—over the head; pṛṣṭhe—behind the back; sammukhe—in front; dui-pāśe—on the two sides; pāda-madhye—between the two legs; phirāya—wheels around; laguḍa—the rod; dekhi’—seeing; loka hāse—all the people began to laugh.
Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu wheeled and threw the rod, sometimes over His head, sometimes behind His back, sometimes in front of Him, sometimes to His side and sometimes between His legs. All the people laughed to see this.