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His Divine Grace
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


prabhura aṅge dekhe aṣṭa-sāttvika vikāra
āścarya sāttvika dekhi' hailā camatkāra


prabhura — of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; aṅge — in the body; dekhe — they see; aṣṭa-sāttvika vikāra — eight kinds of transcendental transformations; āścarya — wonderful; sāttvika — transcendental; dekhi — seeing; hailā camatkāra — they became struck with wonder.


All eight kinds of transcendental transformations were visible in the Lord's body. All the devotees were struck with wonder to see such a sight.


The eight ecstatic symptoms are the state of being stunned, perspiration, standing of the bodily hairs on end, faltering of the voice, trembling, fading of the body's color, tears and devastation.