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CC Madhya 9.287 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 287

premāveśe kare tāṅre danda-paraṇāma
aśru, pulaka, kampa, sarvāṅge paḍe ghāma


SYNONYMS

prema-āveśe—in ecstatic love; kare—does; tāṅre—unto him; daṇḍa-paraṇāma—obeisances, falling flat; aśru—tears; pulaka—jubilation; kampa—trembling; sarva-aṅge—all over the body; paḍe—there was; ghāma—perspiration.


TRANSLATION

As soon as Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu saw the brāhmaṇa, He immediately offered him obeisances in ecstatic love, falling flat to the ground. The symptoms of transcendental transformation were visible-namely, tears, jubilation, trembling and perspiration.