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tat kaisoram tac ca vaktraravindam
tat karunyam te ca llla-kataksah
tat saundaryam sd ca manda-smita-srih
satyarh satyarh durlabham daivate 'pi
tat—that; kaisoram—adolescence, boyishness; tat— that; ca—and; vaktra—aravindam—face like a lotus; tat—that; karunyam—compassion, tenderness; te— those; ca—and; Ilia—playful; kataksah—sidelong glances; tat—that; saundaryam—beauty; sa—of His; ca—and; manda—mild; smita—smile; srih—loveliness; satyam—truly; satyam—truly; durlabham—hard to find; daivate—among the demigods; api—even.
Truly, even among the demigods it would be hard to find such beauty, such sweet adolescence, such a lotus face, such tender compassion, such playful, sidelong glances,or such lovely, mild smiling as we find in Krishna.