CC Madhya 4.112

remuṇāte kaila gopīnātha daraśana
tāṅra rūpa dekhiñā haila vihvala-mana
Word for word: 
remuṇāte — in the village of Remuṇā; kaila — did; gopīnātha — the Deity of Gopīnātha; daraśana — seeing; tāṅra — His; rūpa — beauty; dekhiñā — seeing; haila — became; vihvala — bewildered; mana — mind.
Translation: 
Going into South India, Śrī Mādhavendra Purī visited Remuṇā, where Gopīnātha is situated. Upon seeing the beauty of the Deity, Mādhavendra Purī was overwhelmed.