CC Madhya 4.182 (1975)
- 'maṇeka candana, tolā-viśeka karpūra
- gopāle parāiba'--ei ānanda pracura
maṇeka candana—one māna of sandalwood; tolā—a measurement of weight; viśeka—twenty; karpūra—camphor; gopāle—on Gopāla; parāiba—I shall smear; ei—this; ānanda—pleasure; pracura—sufficient.
"Without considering his personal comforts, Mādhavendra Purī carried one māna [about eighty-two pounds] of sandalwood and twenty tolās [about eight ounces] of camphor to smear over the body of Gopāla. This transcendental pleasure was sufficient for him.