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CC Madhya 1.52


nirantara rātri-dina viraha unmāde
hāse, kānde, nāce, gāya parama viṣāde


nirantara — without cessation; rātri-dina — night and day; viraha — of separation; unmāde — in madness; hāse — laughs; kānde — cries; nāce — dances; gāya — chants; parama — great; viṣāde — in moroseness.


In the attitude of separation, Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu appeared mad both day and night. Sometimes He laughed, and sometimes He cried; sometimes He danced, and sometimes He chanted in great sorrow.