CC Madhya 4.24 (1975)
- gopāla-bālaka eka dugdha-bhāṇḍa lañā
- āsi' āge dhari' kichu balila hāsiyā
gopāla-bālaka—cowherd boy; eka—one; dugdha-bhāṇḍa lañā—taking a pot of milk; āsi'-coming; āge dhari'-holding it in front; kichu—something; balila—said; hāsiyā—smiling.
While he was sitting beneath a tree, an unknown cowherd boy came with a pot of milk, placed it before Mādhavendra Purī and, smiling, addressed him as follows.