CC Ādi 14.65

duṅhā dekhi’ duṅhāra citte ha-ila ullāsa
deva-pūjā chale kaila duṅhe parakāśa
Word for word: 
duṅhā — both of them; dekhi’ — seeing; duṅhāra — of both of them; citte — in the minds; ha-ila — there was; ullāsa — pleasure; deva-pūjā — worshiping the demigods; chale — on the plea of; kaila — there was; duṅhe — both of them; parakāśa — manifestation.
Translation: 
They both enjoyed natural pleasure in seeing each other, and under the pretext of demigod worship they manifested their feelings.