CC Madhya 11.20

tomāra nāma śuni’ rājā ānandita haila
āsana haite uṭhi’ more āliṅgana kaila
Word for word: 
tomāra — your; nāma — name; śuni’ — hearing; rājā — the King; ānandita — very pleased; haila — became; āsana haite — from his throne; uṭhi’ — standing; more — me; āliṅgana kaila — embraced.
Translation: 
“When I submitted this proposal, the King immediately became very pleased upon hearing Your name. Indeed, he instantly rose from his throne and embraced me.