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pulaka-aśru-viklavaḥ
agitated by tears of jubilation. — ŚB 8.22.15
pulaka-aśru
tears in ecstasy — CC Ādi 8.22
jubilation and tears — CC Madhya 4.202
standing up of bodily hair and crying — CC Madhya 7.79
tears and jubilation — CC Madhya 24.276
pulaka-aśru-nṛtya-gīta
trembling of the body, tears in the eyes, dancing and chanting — CC Madhya 25.139
pulaka-aṅga
the entire body quivering in joy — CC Madhya 16.104
eruptions on the body — CC Antya 17.16
pulaka aṅge
jubilation — CC Madhya 17.207
pulaka-aṅgī
the hair on her limbs standing on end — ŚB 10.32.8
pulaka-bhṛtaḥ
being spiritually pleased — CC Madhya 24.120
pulaka-kadamba
eruptions of ecstasy like kadamba flowers — CC Ādi 5.166
eruptions on the body like kadamba flowers. — CC Madhya 25.68
udbhidyamāna-roma-pulaka-kulakaḥ
standing of the hair on end — ŚB 5.7.12
roma-pulaka-kulakaḥ
whose symptoms of ecstasy on the body — ŚB 5.17.2
pulaka
feelings of happiness — ŚB 1.6.17
standing of hairs — ŚB 4.12.18, CC Madhya 3.115
with hairs standing on the body — ŚB 7.3.25
with standing of the hairs of the body — ŚB 8.17.6
with eruptions — ŚB 10.38.35
standing of bodily hairs in ecstasy — CC Madhya 3.123
standing of the hair — CC Madhya 3.162, CC Antya 16.93
standing of hair — CC Madhya 6.208
horripilation — CC Madhya 8.24
standing of the hairs of the body — CC Madhya 9.96, CC Antya 10.72
jubilation — CC Madhya 9.238, CC Madhya 9.287, CC Madhya 9.346, CC Madhya 11.222, CC Madhya 12.63, CC Madhya 12.138, CC Madhya 13.84, CC Madhya 15.279, CC Madhya 17.205, CC Madhya 21.108
jubilant — CC Madhya 17.200
pulaka-udbhinna
bodily changes of transcendental ecstasy — ŚB 3.2.5
pulaka-ādi
throbbing of the heart — CC Ādi 8.27