CC Antya 16.93
- koṭi-amṛta-svāda pāñā prabhura camatkāra
- sarvāṅge pulaka, netre vahe aśru-dhāra
koṭi—millions upon millions; amṛta—nectar; svāda—taste; pāñā—getting; prabhura—of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; camatkāra—great satisfaction; sarva-aṅge—all over the body; pulaka—standing of the hair; netre—from the eyes; vahe—flows; aśru-dhāra—a stream of tears.
To Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu the prasādam tasted millions upon millions of times better than nectar, and thus He was fully satisfied. The hair all over His body stood on end, and incessant tears flowed from His eyes.