CC Madhya 6.228 (1975)
- dui-jane dhari' duṅhe karena nartana
- prabhu-bhṛtya duṅhā sparśe, doṅhāra phule mana
dui-jane—both of them; dhari'-embracing; duṅhe—both; karena—do; nartana—dancing; prabhu-bhṛtya—the master and the servant; duṅhā—both; sparśe—by touching each other; doṅhāra—of both of them; phule—were excited; mana—minds.
The Lord and the servant embraced each other and began to dance. Simply by touching each other, they became ecstatic.