CC Madhya 18.105
- dūra haite tāhā dekhi’ lokera haya ‘bhrama’
- ‘kālīyera śarīre kṛṣṇa kariche nartana’!
dūra haite—from a distant place; tāhā dekhi’—seeing that; lokera—of people in general; haya—there is; bhrama—mistake; kālīyera—of the snake Kālīya; śarīre—on the body; kṛṣṇa—Lord Kṛṣṇa; kariche nartana—is dancing.
“From a distance, people mistakenly think that they are seeing Kṛṣṇa dancing on the body of the Kālīya serpent.