CC Ādi 13.101
ṭhāreṭhore kahe haridāsa
tomāra aichana raṅga, mora mana parasanna,
dekhi — kichu kārye āche bhāsa
jagat — the whole world; ānanda-maya — full of pleasure; dekhi’ — seeing; mane — within the mind; sa-vismaya — with amazement; ṭhāreṭhore — by direct and indirect indications; kahe — says; haridāsa — Haridāsa Ṭhākura; tomāra — Your; aichana — that kind of; raṅga — performance; mora — my; mana — mind; parasanna — very pleased; dekhi — I can understand; kichu — something; kārye — in work; āche — there is; bhāsa — indication.
When he saw that the whole world was jubilant, Haridāsa Ṭhākura, his mind astonished, directly and indirectly expressed himself to Advaita Ācārya: “Your dancing and distributing charity are very pleasing to me. I can understand that there is some special purpose in these actions.”