|Antya-līlā||Chapter 2: The Chastisement of Junior Haridāsa|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Antya 2.18
graha-grasta-prāya nakula premāviṣṭa hañā
hāse, kānde, nāce, gāya unmatta hañā
graha-grasta-prāya — exactly like one haunted by a ghost; nakula — Nakula Brahmacārī; prema-āviṣṭa hañā — being overwhelmed by ecstatic love of God; hāse — laughs; kāṇḍe — cries; nāce — dances; gāya — chants; unmatta hañā — just like a madman.
Nakula Brahmacārī became exactly like a man haunted by a ghost. Thus he sometimes laughed, sometimes cried, sometimes danced and sometimes chanted like a madman.
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