CC Madhya 19.139
- keśāgra-śateka-bhāga punaḥ śatāṁśa kari
- tāra sama sūkṣma jīvera ‘svarūpa’ vicāri
keśa-agra—from the tip of a hair; śata-eka—one hundred; bhāga—divisions; punaḥ—again; śata-aṁśa—one hundred divisions; kari—making; tāra sama—equal to that; sūkṣma—very fine; jīvera—of the living entity; svarūpa—the actual form; vicāri—I consider.
“The length and breadth of the living entity is described as one ten-thousandth part of the tip of a hair. This is the original subtle nature of the living entity.