The Sri Vaishnava sect has two sub-sects, Thenkalai and Vadakalai. Vadakalais follow the teachings of Vedanta Desikan, whereas Thenkalais follow the teachings of Pillai Lokacharya. My question is about Pillai Lokacharya. In verse 80 of his Sri Vachana Bhushanam, Pillai Lokacharya lists different devotees of Vishnu we should emulate:
As to Upaya (method), one should be like the Goddess (Sita), Draupadi and Thirukannamangai Andan; as to Upeya (goal), one should be like the younger Lord (Lakṣmana), Periyavudayar (Jatāyu), Pillai Thirunarayur Araiyar and Cintayanti.
Most of these names are recognizable, but I'm interested in Chintayanti. Here is what the translator says:
Chintayanti, simply expired upon hearing Krishna's flute and being unable to go to him.
My question is, what scriptures mention the Gopi Chintayanti dying upon hearing Krishna's flute?