CC Madhya 9.54 (1975)
- hena-kāle mahā-kāya eka pakṣī āila
- ṭhoṅṭe kari' anna-saha thāli lañā gela
hena-kāle—at this time; mahā-kāya—having a large body; eka—one; pakṣī—bird; āila—appeared there; ṭhoṅṭe kari'-by the beak; anna-saha—with food; thāli—the plate; lañā—taking; gela—went away.
When the contaminated food was offered to Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu, a very large bird appeared on the spot, picked up the plate in its beak and flew away.