'vipralambha' catur-vidha--purva-raga, mana
pravasakhya, ara prema-vaicittya-akhyana
vipralambha—separation; catuh-vidha—four divisions; purva-ragapurva-raga; manamana; pravasakhya—known as pravasa; ara—and; prema-vaicittyaprema-vaicittya; akhyana—calling.
"Vipralambha has four divisions-purva-raga, mana, pravasa, and prema-vaicittya.
Purva-raga is described in Ujjvala-nilamani:
ratir ya sangamat purvam
tayor unmilati prajnaih
purva-ragah sa ucyate
When attachment produced in both the lover and beloved before their meeting by seeing, hearing and so on becomes very palatable by the mixture of four ingredients, such as vibhava and anubhava, this is called purva-raga.
The word mana is also described:
dampatyor bhava ekatra
sator apy anuraktayoh
nirodhi mana ucyate
Mana is a word used to indicate the mood of the lover and the beloved experienced whether they are in one place or in different places. This mood obstructs their looking at one another and embracing one another, despite the fact that they are attached to one another.
Pravasa is also explained as follows:
purva-sanga-tayor yunor
bhaved desantaradibhih
vyavadhanam tu yat prajnaih
sa pravasa itiryate
Pravasa is a word used to indicate the separation of lovers who were previously intimately associated. This separation is due to their being in different places.
Similarly, prema-vaicittya is explained:
priyasya sannikarse 'pi
ya visesa-dhiyartis tat
prema-vaicittyam ucyate
Prema-vaicittya is a word used to indicate an abundance of love that brings about grief from fear of separation, although the lover is present.

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