CC Antya 3.181
taraṇir iva timira-jaladhiṁ jayati jagan-maṅgalaṁ harer nāma
aṁhaḥ — the resultant action of sinful life, which causes material bondage; saṁharat — completely eradicating; akhilam — all; sakṛt — once only; udayāt — by rising; eva — certainly; sakala — all; lokasya — of the people of the world; taraṇiḥ — the sun; iva — like; timira — of darkness; jala-dhim — the ocean; jayati — all glories to; jagat-maṅgalam — auspicious for the whole world; hareḥ nāma — the holy name of the Lord.
“ ‘As the rising sun immediately dissipates all the world’s darkness, which is deep like an ocean, so the holy name of the Lord, if chanted once without offenses, dissipates all the reactions of a living being’s sinful life. All glories to that holy name of the Lord, which is auspicious for the entire world.’ ”
This verse is found in the Padyāvalī (16), an anthology of verses compiled by Śrīla Rūpa Gosvāmī.