CC Madhya 2.10
- upavanodyāna dekhi’ vṛndāvana-jñāna
- tāhāṅ yāi’ nāce, gāya, kṣaṇe mūrcchā yā’na
upavana-udyāna—small parks; dekhi’—seeing; vṛndāvana-jñāna—took them to be the forests of Vṛndāvana; tāhāṅ—there; yāi’—going; nāce—dances; gāya—sings; kṣaṇe—in a moment; mūrcchā—unconsciousness; yā’na—goes.
Sometimes Caitanya Mahāprabhu mistook the small parks of the city for Vṛndāvana. Sometimes He would go there, dance and chant and sometimes fall unconscious in spiritual ecstasy.