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TEXT-70

 

andolitagra-bhujam akula-lola-netram

manda-smitdrdra-vadandrnbuja-candra-birnbam 

sisjana-bhusana-satarh sikhi-piccha-mauli

sltarh vilocana-rasdyanam abhyupaiti

 

andolita—swinging; agra—bhujam—the forearms; akula—agitated (with love); lola—restless; nefam— eyes; manda—gentle; smita—smile; ardra—tender; vadana—face; ambuja—lotus; candra—of the moon; bimbam—the orb; sis j ana—tinkling; bhusana—of ornaments; satam—a large number; sikhi—of a peacock; piccha—feather; mauli—on the head; sltam—cooling; vilocana—for the eyes; rasayanam—balm; abhyupaiti— comes before us.

 

He comes before us—the cooling balm for our eyes— wearing many tinkling ornaments on His body and a peacock feather on His head. His forearms are swinging, His eyes move restlessly with the agitation of love, and the moon of His lotus face displays a tender, gentle smile.