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madhya-ahna haila
it is already noon — CC Madhya 9.181
anubhava haila
there was perception — CC Madhya 21.79
haila apamāne
felt insulted — CC Antya 7.92
apavitra hailā
has become contaminated. — CC Madhya 15.83
kṛta-artha hailā
have become graced. — CC Madhya 13.97
avasara haila
there is a chance. — CC Madhya 15.187
haila avasāna
ended. — CC Madhya 14.73
has ended — CC Antya 5.66
avatīrṇa hailā
descended — CC Ādi 3.29
incarnated — CC Ādi 3.113
made His advent — CC Antya 7.139
haila baḍa duḥkha
there was great unhappiness. — CC Antya 19.61
kṛṣṇa-bhakti haila
there was awakening of Kṛṣṇa consciousness. — CC Madhya 12.221
bhaya haila
there was fear. — CC Madhya 19.196
haila bhaya
there was fear — CC Madhya 19.198
bhaṅga haila
was broken — CC Ādi 4.179
bhrānti haila
there was illusion — CC Antya 3.36
bhāla haila
let it be good — CC Ādi 7.91
it is very good — CC Ādi 15.14, CC Madhya 10.122, CC Antya 6.280, CC Antya 12.58
it was very good — CC Madhya 1.214, CC Madhya 4.43, CC Madhya 8.31, CC Madhya 20.30, CC Antya 4.48
bāhira haila
came out — CC Madhya 13.24
bāhya haila
become externally conscious. — CC Madhya 14.238
there was external consciousness — CC Antya 14.33
haila camatkāra
became struck with wonder — CC Madhya 9.251
there was astonishment. — CC Madhya 25.69
there was astonishment — CC Antya 4.72
was astonishment — CC Antya 7.76
camatkāra haila
were astonished. — CC Madhya 9.67
there was astonishment — CC Madhya 19.108, CC Antya 1.208, CC Antya 3.89
there was great astonishment. — CC Antya 1.24
there was great wonder. — CC Antya 1.113
was astonished — CC Antya 4.106
there was astonishment. — CC Antya 7.79
hailā camatkāra
became very surprised. — CC Antya 4.18
became astonished — CC Antya 4.202, CC Antya 14.77
they became struck with wonder. — CC Antya 14.99
sabāra haila camatkāra
everyone became struck with wonder — CC Antya 9.147
citta haila
there was a desire — CC Madhya 21.75
daṇḍa-vat hailā
fell flat to offer obeisances — CC Madhya 10.118
daṇḍavat haila
offered obeisances. — CC Madhya 4.135