CC Madhya 7.104 (1975)
- sei yāi' āra grāme kare upadeśa
- ei-mata 'vaiṣṇava' haila saba dakṣiṇa-deśa
sei—that man; yāi'-going; āra—different; grāme—to the villages; kare—gives; upadeśa—instruction; ei-mata—in this way; vaiṣṇava—devotees; haila—became; saba—all; dakṣiṇa-deśa—the people of South India.
In this way, as those men went from one village to another, all the people of South India became devotees.