CC Madhya 4.174 (1975)
- yāṅra lāgi' gopīnātha kṣīra kaila curi
- ataeva nāma haila 'kṣīra-corā' kari'
yāṅra—whom; lāgi'-on account of; gopīnātha—Lord Gopīnātha; kṣīra—sweet rice; kaila—did; curi—steal; ataeva—therefore; nāma—the name; haila—became; kṣīra-corā—the thief of sweet rice; kari'-making.
"On account of Mādhavendra Purī, Lord Gopīnātha stole the pot of sweet rice. Thus He became famous as Kṣīra-corā [the thief who stole the sweet rice].