Haridasa Thakura was a young boy, about twenty-four years old, and he was chanting Hare Krishna. The landlord in the village was very envious of Haridasa Thakura and so engaged one young prostitute to tempt him.
The prostitute was the incarnation of Mayadevi, and in the dead of night, with very beautiful dress, tried to captivate Haridasa Thakura. But he was not captivated.
A Krishna conscious person, even an ordinary person, is never conquered by maya. But one who is not fully in Krishna consciousness, whether he be Lord Siva or Lord Brahma, he'll be conquered by maya, what to speak of others. A sincere devotee of the Lord learns to hate all material sense enjoyment due to his higher taste for spiritual enjoyment in the association of the Lord." [Srila Prabhupada Bhagavad-gita lecture, Los Angeles, December 19, 1968]