dine dine bāḍe vikāra, rātrye atiśaya
cintā, udvega, pralāpādi yata śāstre kaya
dine dine—day after day; bāḍe—increase; vikāra—transformations; rātrye atiśaya—especially at night; cintā—anxiety; udvega—agitation; pralāpa—talking like a madman; ādi—and so on; yata—as many as; śāstre kaya—are mentioned in the śāstras.
Day after day the symptoms increased, and at night they increased even more. All these symptoms, such as transcendental anxiety, agitation, and talking like a madman, were present, just as they are described in the śāstras.
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