CC Madhya 4.180 (1975)
- hena-jana gopālera ājñāmṛta pāñā
- sahasra krośa āsi' bule candana māgiñā
hena-jana—such a personality; gopālera—of the Gopāla Deity; ājñā-amṛta—the nectarean order; pāñā—getting; sahasra—a thousand; krośa—a distance of two miles; āsi'-coming; bule—walks; candana—sandalwood; māgiñā—begging.
"After receiving the transcendental orders of Gopāla, this great personality traveled thousands of miles just to collect sandalwood by begging.