CC Madhya 4.129 (1975)
- mādhava-purī sannyāsī āche hāṭete vasiñā
- tāhāke ta' ei kṣīra śīghra deha lañā
mādhava-purī—of the name Mādhavendra Purī; sannyāsī—a mendicant; āche—there is; hāṭete—in the marketplace; vasiñā—sitting; tāhāke—to him; ta'-certainly; ei—this; kṣīra—pot of sweet rice; śīghra—very quickly; deha—give; lañā—taking.
"A sannyāsī named Mādhavendra Purī is sitting in the vacant marketplace. Please take this pot of sweet rice from behind Me and deliver it to him."