CC Madhya 6.10 (1975)
- sūkṣma tulā āni' nāsā-agrete dharila
- īṣat calaye tulā dekhi' dhairya haila
sūkṣma—fine; tulā—cotton; āni'-bringing; nāsā—of the nostril; agrete—in front; dharila—held; īṣat—slightly; calaye—moves; tulā—the cotton; dekhi'-seeing; dhairya—patience; haila—there was.
The Bhaṭṭācārya then took a fine cotton swab and put it before the Lord's nostrils. When he saw the cotton move very slightly, he became hopeful.