CC Madhya 6.208 (1975)
- aśru, stambha, pulaka, sveda, kampa tharahari
- nāce, gāya, kānde, paḍe prabhu-pada dhari'
aśru—tears; stambha—a stunned condition; pulaka—standing of hair; sveda—perspiration; kampa—trembling; tharahari—with great shaking; nāce—dances; gāya—sings; kānde—cries; paḍe—falls down; prabhu-pada—the lotus feet of the Lord; dhari'-catching.
Out of ecstatic love of God, the Bhaṭṭācārya shed tears, and his body was stunned. He exhibited an ecstatic mood, and he perspired, shook and trembled. He sometimes danced, sometimes chanted, sometimes cried and sometimes fell down to touch the lotus feet of the Lord.