CC Madhya 12.146

nṛsiṁhera mantra paḍi’ māre jala-chāṅṭi
huṅkārera śabde brahmāṇḍa yāya phāṭi’
Word for word: 
nṛsiṁhera mantra — prayers to Nṛsiṁhadeva; paḍi’ — chanting; māre — throws; jala-chāṅṭi — sprinkling of water; huṅkārera śabde — by the sound of roaring; brahmāṇḍa — the whole universe; yāya — becomes; phāṭi’ — cracking.
Translation: 
Advaita Ācārya and others began to chant the holy name of Lord Nṛsiṁha and sprinkle water. The roaring of the chant was so great that it seemed to shake the entire universe.