CC Madhya 4.20 (1975)
- pūrve mādhava-purīra lāgi' kṣīra kaila curi
- ataeva nāma haila 'kṣīra-corā hari'
pūrve—formerly; mādhava-purīra lāgi'-for Mādhavendra Purī; kṣīra—sweet rice; kaila—did; curi—steal; ataeva—therefore; nāma—the name; haila—became; kṣīra-corā hari—the Lord who stole a pot of sweet rice.
Formerly the Deity had stolen a pot of sweet rice for Mādhavendra Purī; therefore He became very famous as the Lord who stole the sweet rice.