CC Madhya 3.95

bhāta dui-cāri lāge ācāryera aṅge
bhāta aṅge lañā ācārya nāce bahu-raṅge
Word for word: 
bhāta dui-cāri — two or four pieces of the thrown rice; lāge — touch; ācāryera aṅge — the body of Advaita Ācārya; bhāta — the rice; aṅge — on His body; lañā — with; ācārya nāce — the Ācārya began to dance; bahu-raṅge — in many ways.
Translation: 
When two or four pieces of the thrown rice touched His body, Advaita Ācārya began to dance in various ways with the rice still stuck to His body.