yasmai datum corayan ksira-bhandam
gopinathah ksira-corabhidho 'bhut
sri-gopalah pradurasid vasah san
yat-premna tam madhavendram nato 'smi
yasmai—unto whom; datum—to deliver; corayan—stealing; ksira-bhandam—the pot of sweet rice; gopinathah—Gopinatha; ksira-cora—stealer of a pot of sweet rice; abhidhah—celebrated; abhut—became; sri-gopalah—Sri Gopala Deity; praduhrasit—appeared; vasah—captivated; san—being; yat-premna—by his love; tam—unto him; madhavendram—Madhavendra Puri, who was in the Madhva-sampradaya; natah asmi—I offer my respectful obeisances.
I offer my respectful obeisances unto Madhavendra Puri, who was given a pot of sweet rice stolen by Sri Gopinatha, celebrated thereafter as Ksira-cora. Being pleased by Madhavendra Puri's love, Sri Gopala, the Deity at Govardhana, appeared to the public vision.
Bhaktivinoda Thakura annotates that this Gopala Deity was originally installed by Vajra, the grandson of Krsna. Madhavendra Puri rediscovered Gopala and established Him on top of Govardhana Hill. This Gopala Deity is still situated at Nathadvara and is under the management of descendants of Vallabhacarya. The worship of the Deity is very luxurious, and one who goes there can purchase varieties of prasada by paying a small price.
Link to this page: https://prabhupadabooks.com/cc/madhya/4/1