TEXT 16
etasya mohanākhyasya
gatiṁ kāmapy upeyuṣaḥ
bhramābhā kāpi vaicitrī
divyonmāda itīryate
udghūrṇā-citra-jalpādyās
tad-bhedā bahavo matāḥ
SYNONYMS
etasya—of this; mohana-ākhyasya—mood known as mohana, or enchanting; gatim—progress; kāmapi—inexplicable; upeyuṣaḥ—having obtained; bhrama-ābhā—resembling bewilderment; kāpi—some; vaicitrī—condition bringing about astonishment; divya-unmāda—transcendental madness; iti—thus; īryate—it is called; udghūrṇā—of the name udghūrṇā; citra-jalpa—of the name citra-jalpa; ādyāḥ—and so on; tat-bhedāḥ—different features of that; bahavaḥ—many; matāḥ—described.
TRANSLATION
"When the ecstatic emotion of enchantment gradually progresses, it becomes similar to bewilderment. Then one reaches the stage of astonishment [vaicitrī], which awakens transcendental madness. Udghūrṇā and citra-jalpa are two among the many divisions of transcendental madness."
PURPORT
This is a quotation from the Ujjvala-nīlamaṇi (Sthāyibhāva-prakaraṇa 190).

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