CC Antya 19.98
vinā-mūlye deya gandha, gandha diyā kare andha,
ghara yāite patha nāhi pāya”
madana-mohana-nāṭa — the dramatic player Madana-mohana; pasāri — a dealer; gandhera hāṭa — in a market of scents; jagat-nārī — of the women of the whole world; grāhake — to the customers; lobhāya — attracts; vinā-mūlye — without a price; deya — distributes; gandha — the scent; gandha diyā — delivering the scent; kare andha — makes the customers blind; ghara yāite — to return home; patha — the path; nāhi pāya — do not find.
“The dramatic actor Madana-mohana has opened a shop of scents that attract the women of the world to be His customers. He delivers the scents freely, but they make the women all so blind they cannot find the path returning home.”