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TEXT-48

 

pardmrsyarh dure pathi pathi munlndrh vraja-vadhu-

drsd drsyarh sasvat tribhuvana-mano-hdri-vadanam

andmrsyarh vdcd muni-samudaydndm api kada

daridrsye devarh dara-dalita-nllotpala-rucim

 

paramrsyam—sought for; dure—further away; pathi pathi—(further and further) along the path; munlnam— of the sages; vraja—of Vraja; vadhu—the wives (i.e., the milkmaids); drsa—to the eyes; drsyam—visible; sasvat— always; tribhuvana—in all three worlds; manah—minds; had—stealing (i.e., enchanting); vadanam—face; anamrsyam—'not found or described; vaca—in words; muni—of sages (like Vyasa, etc.); samudayanam— multitude; api—indeed; kada—when; daridrsye—I shall see; devam—that God; dara—a little; dalita—opened; nilotpala—blue lotus; rucim—luster

 

 

When shall I see to my heart's content my Lord (Krishna), for whom the sages must always search further along the path, but whose face, which enchants all the three worlds, is always visible to the eyes of the milkmaids of Vraja? When shall I see Him, whose luster resembles a slightly open blue lotus bud, and who is always beyond the reach of the words of the great sages like Vyasa? ¦