|Madhya-līlā||Chapter 14: Performance of the Vṛndāvana Pastimes|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Madhya 14.168
'kila-kiñcita', 'kuṭṭamita', 'vilāsa', 'lalita'
'vivvoka', 'moṭṭāyita', āra 'maugdhya', 'cakita'
kila-kiñcita — a particular type of ecstatic ornament manifested at the time of seeing Kṛṣṇa; kuṭṭamita — the symptom explained in verse 197; vilāsa — the symptom explained in verse 187; lalita — the symptom explained in verse 192; vivvoka — neglecting the presentation given by the hero; moṭṭāyita — awakening of lusty desires by the remembrance and words of the hero; āra — and; maugdhya — assuming the position of not knowing things although everything is known; cakita — a position in which the heroine appears very much afraid although she is not at all afraid.
"Some of the symptoms critically explained in the following verses are kila-kiñcita, kuṭṭamita, vilāsa, lalita, vivvoka, moṭṭāyita, maugdhya and cakita.
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