CC Madhya 25.69 (1975)
- harṣa, dainya, cāpalyādi 'sañcārī' vikāra
- dekhi' kāśī-vāsī lokera haila camatkāra
harṣa—jubilation; dainya—humility; cāpalya-ādi—talking in ecstasy and so on; sañcārī vikāra—the transient transformations; dekhi'-seeing; kāśī-vāsī—the inhabitants of Benares; lokera—of all the people; haila camatkāra—there was astonishment.
All the people were astonished to see the Lord's jubilation and humility and to hear Him talk in ecstasy. Indeed, all the residents of Benares [Kāśī] saw the bodily transformations and were astonished.