CC Madhya 9.314
- śūnya-sthala dekhi’ lokera haila camatkāra
- loke kahe, e sannyāsī—rāma-avatāra
śūnya-sthala—the vacant place; dekhi’—seeing; lokera—of the people in general; haila—there was; camatkāra—astonishment; loke kahe—all people began to say; e sannyāsī—this sannyāsī; rāma-avatāra—incarnation of Lord Rāmacandra.
After the seven palm trees had departed for Vaikuṇṭha, everyone was astonished to see that they were gone. The people then began to say, “This sannyāsī called Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu must be an incarnation of Lord Rāmacandra.