CC Madhya 5.118
- mandira kariyā rājā sevā cālāila
- ‘sākṣi-gopāla’ bali’ tāṅra nāma khyāti haila
mandira—a temple; kariyā—constructing; rājā—the King; sevā—service; cālāila—regularly carried on; sākṣi-gopāla—by the name Sākṣi-gopāla; bali’—known as; tāṅra—His; nāma—name; khyāti—celebrated; haila—was.
The King constructed a nice temple, and regular service was executed. Gopāla became very famous under the name of Sākṣi-gopāla [the witness Gopāla].