CC Ādi 13.102
yāi’ snāna kaila gaṅgā-jale
ānande vihvala mana, kare hari-saṅkīrtana
nānā dāna kaila mano-bale
ācāryaratna — Ācāryaratna; śrīvāsa — Śrīvāsa; haila — became; mane — in the mind; sukha-ullāsa — happy; yāi’ — going; snāna — bathing; kaila — executed; gaṅgā-jale — in the water of the Ganges; ānande — in jubilation; vihvala — overwhelmed; mana — mind; kare — does; hari-saṅkīrtana — performance of saṅkīrtana; nānā — various; dāna — charities; kaila — did; manaḥ-bale — by the strength of the mind.
Ācāryaratna [Candraśekhara] and Śrīvāsa Ṭhākura were overwhelmed with joy, and immediately they went to the bank of the Ganges to bathe in her waters. Their minds full of happiness, they chanted the Hare Kṛṣṇa mantra and gave charity by mental strength.