Vrindavan Das Thakur has written this song “Vimala Hema Jini Tanu Anupama Re”. In this song, Vrindavan Das Thakur describes the divine state of Lord Chaitanya when he is overcome with ecstatic love.
vimala hema jini tanu anupama re
tahe sobhe nana phula-dama
kadamba kesara jini ekati pulaka re
tara majhe bindu bindu ghama
calite na pare gora- canda gosani re
balite na pare adha bola
bhave avasa ha-iya hari hari bolaiya
acandale dhari dei kola
gamana manthara-gati jini maya-matta hati
bhavavese dhuli dhuli jaya
aruna vasana-chabi jini prabhatera ravi
gora ange lahari khelaya
e hena sampada kale gora na bhajilun hele
tuya pade na karilun asa
sri-krsna-caitanya thakura sri-nityananda
guna gaya vrndavana dasa
(1) His peerless form defeats the purest gold and is decorated with a wealth of many kinds of flowers. The hairs on that form, standing erect and interspersed with drops of perspiration, defeat the beauty of the filaments of the kadamba flower.
(2) That Lord Gauracanda has lost the power to walk properly. He is even unable to speak more than half words. Overcome with ecstatic love and chanting, “Hari! Hari!” He embraces everyone, down to the lowly candala, in His arms.
(3) Overcome with ecstatic love, His staggering gait defeats the walking of intoxicated elephants. Clothed in saffron garments surpassing the beauty of the rising sun, the movement of His golden limbs resembles the dancing of waves.
(4) Alas! At that blissfully fortunate time I did not worship Gaura. I did not yearn to attain His feet. Lamenting in this way, Vrindavan Das sings the glories of Sri Krsna Caitanya and Thakur Sri Nityananda.