CC Madhya 6.206
- śata śloka kaila eka daṇḍa nā yāite
- bṛhaspati taiche śloka nā pāre karite
śata—one hundred; śloka—verses; kaila—composed; eka—one; daṇḍa—a duration of twenty-four minutes; nā—not; yāite—passing; bṛhaspati—Bṛhaspati, the priest of the heavenly planets; taiche—such; śloka—verses; nā—not; pāre—able; karite—to compose.
Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya composed one hundred verses in a very short time. Indeed, not even Bṛhaspati, the priest of the heavenly planets, could compose verses as quickly.
The name of the book of one hundred beautiful verses composed by Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya is Suśloka-śataka.