CC Madhya 4.168 (1975)
- pratyaha candana parāya, yāvat haila anta
- tathāya rahila purī tāvat paryanta
pratyaha—daily; candana—sandalwood pulp; parāya—smears over the body; yāvat—until; haila—there was; anta—an end; tathāya—there; rahila—remained; purī—Mādhavendra Purī; tāvat—that time; paryanta—until.
In this way the sandalwood pulp was smeared over the body of Gopīnātha until the whole stock was finished. Mādhavendra Purī stayed there until that time.