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adyarh pumarhsam avatarhsita-barhi-barham
alokayanti krtinah krta-punya-pusjah
ardra—tender;avalokita—glance; dhura-extremely;parinaddha—brought under control; netram—eyes;
aviskrta—open;smita—smile;sudha—nectar;madhura—sweet; adhara—ostham—upper and lower lips; adyam—foremost, original; pumarhsam—man, person; avatarhsita—adorned; barhi—of a peacock; barham—a fether; alokayanti—they se; krtinah—the fortunate; krta—performed; punya—pious deeds; pusjah—heaps.
The fortunate, who have heaped up pious merit, can see (Krishna) the original person, who brings their eyes under control with His extremely tender glances, whose lips are sweet with the nectar of his open smile, and who has adorned His head with a peacock feather.