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CC Madhya 13.84 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 84

stambha, sveda, pulaka, aśru, kampa, vaivarṇya
nānā-bhāve vivaśatā, garva, harṣa, dainya


SYNONYMS

stambha—being stunned; sveda—perspiration; pulaka—jubilation; aśru—tears; kampa—trembling; vaivarṇya—change of color; nānā-bhāve—in various ways; vivaśatā—helplessness; garva—pride; harṣa—exuberation; dainya—humility.


TRANSLATION

When Caitanya Mahāprabhu danced, He displayed various blissful transcendental changes in His body. Sometimes He appeared as though stunned. Sometimes the hairs of His body stood on end. Sometimes He perspired, cried, trembled and changed color, and sometimes He exhibited symptoms of helplessness, pride, exuberance and humility.