CC Madhya 4.187 (1975)
- ei tāra gāḍha premā loke dekhāite
- gopāla tāṅre ājñā dila candana ānite
ei—this; tāra—of Mādhavendra Purī; gāḍha—intense; premā—love of Godhead; loke—unto the people; dekhāite—to show; gopāla—Lord Gopāla; tāṅre—to him; ājñā—order; dila—gave; candana—sandalwood; ānite—to bring.
"Śrī Gopāla wanted to show how intensely Mādhavendra Purī loved Kṛṣṇa; therefore He asked him to go to Nīlācala to fetch sandalwood and camphor.