Vrindavan Das Thakur has written this song “Pulake Carita Gaya Sukhe Gadagadi Yaya”. In this song, Vrindavan Das Thakur describes the symptoms expressed by Sri Gaura when he chants the Holy name.
pulake carita gaya sukhe gadagadi yaya
dekha re caitanya abatara
baikuntha-nayaka hari dwija-rupe abatari
sankirtane karena bihara
kanaka jiniya kanti sri-bigraha sobha bhanti
a-janu-lambita bhuja saje
sannyasira rupa dhari apana rasa bihwala
na jani kemana sukhe nace
jaya sri-gaurasundara karunara sindhu-maya
jaya brndabana-raya re
nabadwipe purandara brndabana pamare
carana-kamale deha chaya re
(1) Please gaze, O, at Caitanya-avatara. As He sings, the hairs of His body stand erect. Overcome with ecstasy, He rolls on the ground. He is Lord Krsna, the king of Vaikuntha. To this world descending in the form of a brahmana, He enjoys pastimes of sankirtana.
(2) His form is graceful and glorious. His complexion defeats gold. His long arms reach to His knees. Manifesting the form of a sannyasi, He is overcome by tasting the nectar of love for a person who is actually Himself. How does He dance in such ecstasy? I do not know.
(3) O Sri Gaurasundara, O ocean of mercy, glory to You! O king of Vrndavana, glory to You! O king of Navadvipa, please give the shade of Your lotus feet to this wicked Vrindavan das.