CC Madhya 4.80 (1975)
- ācamana diyā dila viḍaka-sañcaya
- ārati karila loke, kare jaya jaya
ācamana—washing water; diyā—offering; dila—gave; viḍaka-sañcaya—betel nuts; ārati karila—ārati was performed; loke—all the people; kare—chant; jaya jaya—the words jaya jaya, "all glories."
Mādhavendra Purī offered water to Gopāla for washing His mouth, and he gave Him betel nuts to chew. Then, while ārati was performed, all the people chanted, "Jaya, Jaya!" ["All glories to Gopāla!"].