CC Madhya 5.102
- nūpurera dhvani śuni’ ānandita mana
- uttamānna pāka kari’ karāya bhojana
nūpurera—of the ankle bells; dhvani—the sounds; śuni’—hearing; ānandita—very pleased; mana—the mind; uttama-anna—first-class rice; pāka—cooking; kari’—doing; karāya—causes; bhojana—eating.
While Gopāla followed the young brāhmaṇa, the tinkling sound of His ankle bells could be heard. The brāhmaṇa became very pleased, and he cooked first-class rice for Gopāla to eat.