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TEXT-56

 

visvopaplava-samanaika-baddha-dlksam

visvasa-stabakita-cetasam jananam

prasydma-pratinava-kdnti-kandaldrdram

pasydmah pathi pathi saisavam murareh

 

visva—all, every one of; upaplava—afflictions; samana— relieve; eka—one, only; baddha—fixed; diksam—vow, or purpose; visvasa—with faith; stabakita—blossoming with; cetasam—hearts;  jananam—people; prasyama— bright bluish; pratinava—newer and newer; kanti—glow; kandala—cheeks; ardram—moist, fresh; pasyamah—we see; pathi pathi—on every path, in every direction; saisavam—the childlike form; murareh—of Murari.

 

On every path we see the childlike form of Murari, whose one fixed vow is to relieve all the afflictions of the people whose hearts are blossoming with faith in Him. His soft, bright bluish cheeks glow with ever new effulgence.