CC Madhya 4.173 (1975)
- yāṅra preme vaśa hañā prakaṭa ha-ilā
- sevā aṅgīkāra kari' jagata tārilā
yāṅra—of whom; preme—by love of Godhead; vaśa—obliged; hañā—being; prakaṭa—manifest; ha-ilā—became; sevā—service; aṅgīkāra—acceptance; kari'-doing; jagata—the whole world; tārilā—delivered.
"Being obliged because of the loving affairs of Mādhavendra Purī, Lord Kṛṣṇa Himself appeared as the Gopāla Deity, and, accepting his service, He liberated the whole world.