CC Madhya 17.230
- ei-mata prema—yāvat bhramila ‘bāra’ vana
- ekatra likhiluṅ, sarvatra nā yāya varṇana
ei-mata—in this way; prema—ecstatic love; yāvat—so long; bhramila—He traveled; bāra vana—through the twelve forests of Vṛndāvana; ekatra—in one place; likhiluṅ—I have written; sarvatra—everywhere; nā yāya varṇana—cannot be described.
Thus I have written a description of the ecstatic love Lord Caitanya manifested in one of the places He visited while walking through the twelve forests of Vṛndāvana. To describe what He experienced everywhere would be impossible.