CC Madhya 21.95
- maṇi-pīṭhe ṭhekāṭheki, uṭhe jhanjhani
- pīṭhera stuti kare mukuṭa—hena anumāni
maṇi-pīṭhe—between the gems and the lotus feet or the throne; ṭhekāṭheki—collision; uṭhe—arises; jhanjhani—a jingling sound; pīṭhera—to the lotus feet or the throne; stuti—prayers; kare—offer; mukuṭa—all the helmets; hena—thus; anumāni—we can imagine.
“When the gems on the helmets of all the predominating deities collided before the throne and the Lord’s lotus feet, there was a jingling sound, which seemed like prayers offered by the helmets at Kṛṣṇa’s lotus feet.