CC Madhya 6.35 (1975)
- sabe meli' dhari tāṅre susthira karila
- īśvara-sevaka mālā-prasāda āni' dila
sabe meli'-meeting all together; dhari—caught; tāṅre—Him; su-sthira—steady; karila—made; īśvara-sevaka—the priest of the Deity; mālā—garland; prasāda—offering; āni—bringing; dila—gave.
When Lord Nityānanda Prabhu nearly fainted, all the devotees caught Him and steadied Him. At that time, the priest of Lord Jagannātha brought a garland that had been offered to the Deity and offered it to Nityānanda Prabhu.