CC Madhya 4.91 (1975)
- rātri-kāle ṭhākurere karāiyā śayana
- purī-gosāñi kaila kichu gavya bhojana
rātri-kāle—at night; ṭhākurere—the Deity; karāiyā—causing to do; śayana—lying down for rest; purī-gosāñi—Mādhavendra Purī; kaila—did; kichu—some; gavya—milk preparation; bhojana—eating.
Śrī Mādhavendra Purī did not eat anything throughout the day, but at night, after laying the Deity down to rest, he took a milk preparation.