CC Madhya 4.141 (1975)
- 'ṭhākura more kṣīra dila--loka saba śuni'
- dine loka-bhiḍa habe mora pratiṣṭhā jāni'
ṭhākura—the Lord; more—to me; kṣīra—sweet rice; dila—has given; loka—the people; saba—all; śuni'-after hearing; dine—at daytime; loka—of people; bhiḍa—crowd; habe—there will be; mora—my; pratiṣṭhā—fame; jāni'-knowing.
Having broken the pot and bound the pieces in his cloth, Mādhavendra Purī began to think, "The Lord has given me a pot of sweet rice, and when the people hear of this tomorrow morning, there will be great crowds."