The Bengal musical parties were singing the kirtan; on meeting the Master they began to weep in love.
The shout of kirtan filled the three worlds and drowned all other sounds.
The king himself on hearing of the splendour of the kirtan, ascended to the terrace of his palace with his Court to gaze at it.
His ecstasy did not cease, and the kirtan therefore had to continue.
They now freely invited the Master to kirtan and dance, and all freely partook of the prasd.
kirtan or sankirtan, chanting God's name to the accompaniment of dance and song.
Then they lifted up the chant of Krishna's kirtan and poured it into His ears.
The blissful sound of kirtan penetrated through the 14 regions to the empyrean.
The Master began a joyous dance and kirtan in the courtyard in delight.
(At times) the Master walked behind the car with the party, of kirtan singers,—His arms making the action of song.