CC Madhya 15.29

kānāñi-khuṭiyā, jagannātha, — dui-jana
āveśe vilāila ghare chila yata dhana
Word for word: 
kānāñi-khuṭiyā — Kānāñi Khuṭiyā; jagannātha — Jagannātha Māhāti; dui-jana — two persons; āveśe — in ecstatic love; vilāila — distributed; ghare — at home; chila — was; yata — all; dhana — riches.
Translation: 
In ecstasy, Kānāñi Khuṭiyā, who was dressed as Nanda Mahārāja, and Jagannātha Māhiti, who was dressed as mother Yaśodā, distributed all the riches they had stocked at home.