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CC Madhya 19.46


dui-guccha tṛṇa duṅhe daśane dhariyā
prabhu dekhi’ dūre paḍe daṇḍavat hañā


dui-guccha — two bunches; tṛṇa — straw; duṅhe — both of them; daśane dhariyā — holding in the teeth; prabhu dekhi’ — seeing the Lord; dūre — in a distant place; paḍe — fell down; daṇḍa-vat — like rods; hañā — becoming.


Seeing the Lord from a distance, the two brothers put two clumps of straw between their teeth and immediately fell down on the ground like rods, offering Him obeisances.