CC Madhya 4.26 (1975)
- bālakera saundarye purīra ha-ila santoṣa
- tāhāra madhura-vākye gela bhoka-śoṣa
bālakera—of the boy; saundarye—in the beauty; purīra—of Mādhavendra Purī; ha-ila—was; santoṣa—very much satisfaction; tāhāra—of Him; madhura-vākye—by the sweet words; gela—forgot; bhoka-śoṣa—all hunger and thirst.
When he saw the beauty of that boy, Mādhavendra Purī became very satisfied. Hearing His sweet words, he forgot all hunger and thirst.