CC Madhya 6.229 (1975)
- sveda-kampa-aśru duṅhe ānande bhāsilā
- premāviṣṭa hañā prabhu kahite lāgilā
sveda—perspiration; kampa—trembling; aśru—tears; duṅhe—both of them; ānande—in transcendental bliss; bhāsilā—floated; prema-āviṣṭa—absorbed in ecstatic love of Godhead; hañā—being; prabhu—the Lord; kahite—to speak; lāgilā—began.
As they danced and embraced, spiritual symptoms manifested in their bodies. They perspired, trembled and shed tears, and the Lord began to speak in His ecstasy.