CC Adi 9.27
- pākila ye prema-phala amṛta-madhura
- vilāya caitanya-mālī, nāhi laya mūla
pākila—ripened; ye—that; prema-phala—the fruit of love of Godhead; amṛta—nectarean; madhura—sweet; vilāya—distributes; caitanya-mālī—the gardener, Lord Caitanya; nāhi—does not; laya—take; mūla—price.
The fruits ripened and became sweet and nectarean. The gardener, Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu, distributed them without asking any price.