CC Madhya 18.163 (1975)
- hena-kāle tāhāṅ āśoyāra daśa āilā
- mleccha-pāṭhāna ghoḍā haite uttarilā
hena-kāle—just at this time; tāhāṅ—there; āśoyāra—soldiers; daśa—ten; āilā—came; mleccha—Mohammedans; pāṭhāna—the race of Pāṭhānas; ghoḍā—horses; haite—from; uttarilā—got down.
While the Lord was unconscious, ten cavalry soldiers belonging to the Mohammedan Pāṭhāna military order rode up and dismounted.