CC Madhya 25.225 (1975)
- śuniyā bhaktera gaṇa yena punarapi jīlā
- dehe prāṇa āile, yena indriya uṭhilā
śuniyā—hearing; bhaktera gaṇa—the hordes of devotees at Jagannātha Purī; yena—as if; punarapi—again; jīlā—became alive; dehe—in the body; prāṇa āile—consciousness returned; yena—as if; indriya—senses; uṭhilā—became agitated.
Hearing news of the Lord's arrival from Balabhadra Bhaṭṭācārya, hordes of devotees became so happy that they seemed to be getting their lives back. It was as though their consciousness had returned to their bodies. Their senses also became agitated.