CC Madhya 4.184 (1975)
- mleccha-deśa dūra patha, jagāti apāra
- ke-mate candana niba--nāhi e vicāra
mleccha-deśa—the countries governed by Muslims; dūra patha—long journey; jagāti—watchmen; apāra—unlimited; ke-mate—how; candana—the sandalwood; niba—I shall take; nāhi—there was not; e—this; vicāra—consideration.
"Mādhavendra Purī was not at all anxious during the long journey to Vṛndāvana through the provinces governed by the Muslims and filled with unlimited numbers of watchmen.