CC Madhya 23.1
ā-pāmaraṁ yo vitatāra gauraḥ
kṛṣṇo janebhyas tam ahaṁ prapadye
cirāt — for a long time; adattam — not given; nija-gupta-vittam — His own personal confidential property; sva-prema — of love for Him; nāma — of the holy name; amṛtam — the ambrosia; ati-udāraḥ — most munificent; ā-pāmaram — even down to the lowest of men; yaḥ — one who; vitatāra — distributed; gauraḥ — Śrī Gaurasundara; kṛṣṇaḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa Himself; janebhyaḥ — to the people in general; tam — to Him; aham — I; prapadye — offer obeisances.
The most munificent Supreme Personality of Godhead, known as Gaurakṛṣṇa, distributed to everyone — even the lowest of men — His own confidential treasury in the form of the nectar of love of Himself and the holy name. This was never given to the people at any time before. I therefore offer my respectful obeisances unto Him.