CC Ādi 17.258

tathāpi dāmbhika paḍuyā namra nāhi haya
yāhāṅ tāhāṅ prabhura nindā hāsi’ se karaya
Synonyms: 
tathāpi — still; dāmbhika — proud; paḍuyā — students; namra — submissive; nāhi — not; haya — become; yāhāṅ — any where; tāhāṅ — everywhere; prabhura — of the Lord; nindā — accusation; hāsi’ — laughing; se — they; karaya — do.
Translation: 
But the proud student community did not become submissive. On the contrary, the students spoke of the incident anywhere and everywhere. In a laughing manner they criticized the Lord.