CC Madhya 1.279

ke śikhāla ei loke, kahe kon bāta
ihā-sabāra mukha ḍhāka diyā nija hāta
Synonyms: 
ke — who; śikhāla — taught; ei — these; loke — people; kahe — they say; kon — what; bāta — topics; ihā — of them; sabāra — of all; mukha — the mouths; ḍhāka — just cover; diyā — with; nija — Your own; hāta — hand.
Translation: 
Śrīvāsa Ṭhākura continued, “Who has taught these people? What are they saying? Now You can cover their mouths with Your own hand.