CC Madhya 4.19 (1975)
- 'kṣīra-corā gopīnātha' prasiddha tāṅra nāma
- bhakta-gaṇe kahe prabhu sei ta' ākhyāna
kṣīra-corā gopīnātha—the Gopīnātha who stole the pot of sweet rice; prasiddha—very famous; tāṅra nāma—His name; bhakta-gaṇe—to all the devotees; kahe—tells; prabhu—the Lord; sei ta' ākhyāna—that narration.
That Deity was known widely as Kṣīra-corā-gopīnātha, and Caitanya Mahāprabhu told His devotees the story of how the Deity became so famous.