TEXT 167
asta 'sattvika', harsadi 'vyabhicari' yanra
'sahaja prema', vimsati 'bhava'-alankara
SYNONYMS
asta—eight; sattvika—transcendental symptoms; harsa-adi—like jubilation; vyabhicari—distinctive features; yanra—of whose; sahaja prema—natural love; vimsati—twenty; bhava—of ecstasy; alankara—ornaments.
TRANSLATION
"The transcendental ornaments of Srimati Radharani's body include the eight sattvikas, or transcendental symptoms, the thirty-three vyabhicaribhavas, beginning with harsa, or jubilation in natural love, and the twenty bhavas, or ecstatic emotional ornaments.
PURPORT
The thirty-three vyabhicari-bhavas, bodily symptoms manifest in ecstatic love, are as follows: (1) nirveda, indifference; (2) visada, moroseness; (3) dainya, meekness; (4) glani, a feeling that one is in a faulty position; (5) srama, fatigue; (6) mada, madness; (7) garva, pride; (8) sanka, doubt; (9) trasa, shock; (10) avega, intense emotion; (11) unmada, craziness; (12) apasmara, forgetfulness; (13) vyadhi, disease; (14) moha, bewilderment; (15) mrti, death; (16) alasya, laziness; (17) jadya, invalidity; (18) vrida, shame; (19) avahittha, concealment; (20) smrti, remembrance; (21) vitarka, argument; (22) cinta, contemplation; (23) mati, attention; (24) dhrti, forbearance; (25) harsa, jubilation; (26) autsukya, eagerness; (27) augrya, violence; (28) amarsa, anger; (29) asuya, jealousy; (30) capalya, impudence; (31) nidra, sleep; (32) supti, deep sleep and (33) prabodha, awakening.

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