'sambhoga'-'vipralambha'-bhede dvividha śṛṅgāra
sambhogera ananta aṅga, nāhi anta tāra
sambhoga—of meeting (enjoyment together); vipralambha—of separation; bhede—in two divisions; dvi-vidha śṛṅgāra—two kinds of conjugal love; sambhogera—of the stage of sambhoga, or meeting; ananta aṅga—unlimited parts; nāhi—not; anta—an end; tāra—of that.
"In conjugal love [śṛṅgāra] there are two departments-meeting and separation. On the platform of meeting, there are unlimited varieties that are beyond description.
yūnor ayuktayor bhāvo
yuktayor vātha yo mithaḥ
sa vipralambho vijñeyaḥ
na vinā vipralambhena
sambhogaḥ puṣṭim aśnute
When the lover and the beloved meet, they are called yukta (connected). Previous to their meeting, they are called ayukta (not connected). Whether connected or not connected, the ecstatic emotion arising due to not being able to embrace and kiss each other as desired is called vipralambha. This vipralambha helps nourish emotions at the time of meeting. Similarly, sambhoga is thus described:
yūnor ullāsam ārohan
bhāvaḥ sambhoga īryate
(1) pūrva-rāga-anantara-after pūrva-rāga (attachment prior to meeting), sambhoga is called brief (saṅkṣipta);
(3) kiñcid-dūra-pravāsa-anantara-after being a little distance away for some time, sambhoga is called accomplished (sampanna);
The meetings of the lovers that take place in dreams also have these four divisions.
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