CC Madhya 4.78 (1975)
- ihā anubhava kaila mādhava gosāñi
- tāṅra ṭhāñi gopālera lukāna kichu nāi
ihā—this; anubhava kaila—perceived; mādhava gosāñi—Mādhavendra Purī Gosvāmī; tāṅra ṭhāñi—before him; gopālera—of Lord Gopāla; lukāna—secret; kichu—anything; nāi—there is not.
How Gopāla ate everything while the food remained the same was transcendentally perceived by Mādhavendra Purī Gosvāmī; nothing remains a secret to the devotees of the Lord.