madanonmādi govindam akasmāt prekṣya hāsinī
lapantī rudatī kamprā ruṣṭā daṣṭādharāturā
When She suddenly sees Govinda intoxicated by lusty desires She smiles,
speaks, cries, shivers and angrily bites Her lips.
Stavāmṛta Kaṇā Vyākhyā:
In the following verses Śrī Raghunātha draws a sweet picture of all the different emotions the embodiment of mahā bhāva, Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī, shows.
He has personally experienced all this in his kiṅkarī rūpa (spiritual form of a maidservant). It is easily understood that such descriptions cannot be possibly made without having seen it directly.
Śrī Raghunātha says that when Śrīmatī sees Govinda being intoxicated with lusty desires, She simultaneously shows seven different emotions: smiling, speaking, crying, shivering, becoming angry, biting the lips and agitation.
This combination of emotions is defined as kila kiñcita in Ujjvala Nīlamaṇi:
garvābhilāṣa rudita smitāsūyā bhaya krudhām; saṅkarī-karaṇaṁ harṣād ucyate kila kiñcitam – “When pride, desire, crying, smiling, envy, fear and angry all emanate from joy in a combined way it is called kila kiñcita.”
Śrī Rādhikā is happy because She sees Kṛṣṇa mad with erotic intoxication, and thus She smiles, prattles and shows Her desires. She shivers out of fear, bites Her lips out of pride and is agitated out of envy.
In Caitanya Caritāmṛta it is described:
garva abhilāṣa bhaya śuṣka rudita; krodha asūyā saha āra manda smita
nānā svādu asta bhāve ekatra milana; yāhāra āsvāde tṛpta hoy Kṛṣṇa mana
dadhi khaṇḍa ghṛta madhu marica karpūra; elāci milane yaiche rasālā madhura
ei bhāva yukta dekhi rādhāsya nayana; saṅgama hoite sukha pāya koṭi guṇa
“The combination of the eight moods pride, desire, fear, dry crying, anger, envy and slight smiling is very tasty, and their relish satisfies Kṛṣṇa’s mind. When yoghurt, rock-candy, ghī, honey, black pepper, camphor and cardamom are mixed you get a sweet preparation named Rasāla. When Kṛṣṇa sees Rādhā’s eyes and face showing a meddle of emotions comparable to the above-mentioned delicacy, He gets more pleasure than when He would directly unite with Her.”