Ādi-līlāChapter 9: The Desire Tree of Devotional Service

Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Ādi 9.49

mahā-mādaka prema-phala peṭa bhari' khāya

mātila sakala lokahāse, nāce, gāya

SYNONYMS

mahā-mādaka — great intoxicant; prema-phala — this fruit of love of God; peṭa — belly; bhari' — filling; khāya — let them eat; mātila — became mad; sakala loka — all the people in general; hāse — laugh; nāce — dance; gāya — chant.

TRANSLATION

The fruit of love of Godhead distributed by Caitanya Mahāprabhu is such a great intoxicant that anyone who eats it, filling his belly, immediately becomes maddened by it, and automatically he chants, dances, laughs and enjoys.

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