preme matta,--nahi tanra ratri-dina-jnana
ksane uthe, ksane pade, nahi sthanasthana
preme matta—maddened in the ecstasy of love of Krsna; nahi—there was not; tanra—of him; ratri-dina-jnana—knowledge of day and night; ksane—sometimes; uthe—stands; ksane pade—sometimes falls; nahi—there was no sense; sthana-asthana—a proper place or not.
Madhavendra Puri was almost mad in his ecstasy of love of Godhead, and he did not know whether it was day or night. Sometimes he stood up, and sometimes he fell to the ground. He could not discriminate whether he was in a proper place or not.

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