Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: unmada

  unmāda—madness    SB 5.14.27, Adi 7.89-90, Adi 13.41, Madhya 13.170, Antya 16.78, Antya 19.3, Antya 19.31
  unmāda—the madness    Adi 4.107, Madhya 2.5
  unmāda—lunatics    SB 2.10.37-40
  unmāda—of madness    Antya 15.96
  unmāda—mad    Antya 17.63
  unmāda-vat—like a madman    Adi 7.94, Madhya 9.262, Madhya 23.41, Madhya 25.141, Antya 3.179
  divya-unmāda—transcendental madness    Madhya 2.64, Antya 14.16
  divya-unmāda—in transcendental madness    Antya 14.15, Antya 17.1
  divya-unmāda-bhāva—transcendental ecstatic emotions    Antya 14.118
  divya-unmāda-nāma—named transcendental madness    Madhya 23.61
  divya-unmāda-ārambha—the beginning of the spiritual trance of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu    Antya 20.123
  jana-unmāda-karī—the most alluring    SB 2.1.31
  mahā-unmāda—great ecstasy    Adi 11.33
  prema-unmāda—madness in love    Madhya 2.63
  prema-unmāda—the madness of love    Madhya 4.200
  rādhikā-unmāda—the madness of Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī    Madhya 1.87
  sāndra-unmāda—of intense madness    Antya 1.142
  unmada-andhāḥ—gone mad in ecstasy    SB 1.9.40
  unmāda-ceṣṭita—enacted in madness    Antya 17.70
  unmāda-daśāya—in such a state of madness    Antya 19.65
  unmāda-damanī—overpowering the pride    Antya 1.128
  unmāda-lakṣaṇa—the symptom of madness.    Antya 19.32
  unmāda-lakṣaṇa—simply symptoms of madness.    Antya 19.65
  unmāda-nāthāya—to the lord of ghosts    SB 4.2.16
  unmāda-pralāpa—talking like a madman.    Antya 17.70
  unmāda-vilāpa—lamentation in madness.    Antya 14.13
  viraha-unmāda—of the transcendental madness of separation from Kṛṣṇa    Antya 14.5

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