Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: pulaka

  pulaka—jubilation    Madhya 9.238, Madhya 9.287, Madhya 9.346, Madhya 11.222, Madhya 12.63, Madhya 12.138, Madhya 13.84, Madhya 15.279, Madhya 17.205, Madhya 21.108
  pulaka—standing of hairs    SB 4.12.18, Madhya 3.115, Madhya 6.208
  pulaka—standing of the hair    Madhya 3.162, Antya 16.93
  pulaka—standing of the hairs of the body    Madhya 9.96, Antya 10.72
  pulaka—feelings of happiness    SB 1.6.17
  pulaka—with hairs standing on the body    SB 7.3.25
  pulaka—with standing of the hairs of the body    SB 8.17.6
  pulaka—standing of bodily hairs in ecstasy    Madhya 3.123
  pulaka—horripilation    Madhya 8.24
  pulaka—jubilant    Madhya 17.200
  pulaka ange—jubilation    Madhya 17.207
  pulaka-asru—tears in ecstasy    Adi 8.22
  pulaka-asru—jubilation and tears    Madhya 4.202
  pulaka-asru—standing of hair and crying    Madhya 7.79
  pulaka-asru—tears and jubilation    Madhya 24.276
  pulaka-asru-nrtya-gita—trembling of the body, tears in the eyes, dancing and chanting    Madhya 25.139
  pulaka-asru-viklavah—agitated by tears of jubilation.    SB 8.22.15
  pulaka-anga—the entire body quivering in joy    Madhya 16.104
  pulaka-anga—eruptions on the body    Antya 17.16
  pulaka-bhrtah—being spiritually pleased    Madhya 24.120
  pulaka-kadamba—eruptions of ecstasy like kadamba flowers    Adi 5.166
  pulaka-kadamba—eruptions on the body like kadamba flowers.    Madhya 25.68
  pulaka-udbhinna—bodily changes of transcendental ecstasy    SB 3.2.5
  pulaka-adi—throbbing of the heart    Adi 8.27
  roma-pulaka-kulakah—whose symptoms of ecstasy on the body    SB 5.17.2
  udbhidyamana-roma-pulaka-kulakah—standing of the hair on end    SB 5.7.12

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