CC Madhya 4.56 (1975)
- nava śata-ghaṭa jala kaila upanīta
- nānā vādya-bherī bāje, strī-gaṇa gāya gīta
nava—nine; śata-ghaṭa—hundreds of waterpots; jala—water; kaila—made; upanīta—brought; nānā—various; vādya—musical sounds; bherī—bugles; bāje—vibrate; strī-gaṇa—all the women; gāya—chant; gīta—various songs.
When the Deity was being installed, nine hundred pots of water were brought from Govinda-kuṇḍa. There were musical sounds of bugles and drums and the singing of women.