CC Madhya 4.32 (1975)
- eta bali' gelā bālaka nā dekhiye āra
- mādhava-purīra citte ha-ila camatkāra
eta bali'-saying this; gelā—went; bālaka—the boy; nā—not; dekhiye—could be seen; āra—any more; mādhava-purīra—of Mādhavendra Purī; citte—in the mind; ha-ila—there was; camatkāra—wonder.
Saying this, the boy left the place. Indeed, He suddenly could be seen no more, and Mādhavendra Purī's heart was filled with wonder.