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TEXT-72

 

kim idam adhara-vlthl-kipta-vamsl-ninadam

kirati nayanayor nah kdm api prema-dharam

tad idam amara-vlthl-durlabharh vallabham nas

tribhuvana-kamaniyarh daivatarh jlvitarh ca

 

kim idam—How wonderful this is!; adhara—of the lips; vithl—on the path; k^pta—affixed; varhsi—the flute; ninadam—sound; kirati—pouring; nayanayoh—before eyes; nah—our; kam api—indescribably; preme—of divine love; dharam—flood; tad—He, that; idam—this; amara—the demigods, deathless ones; vithl—in the planets; durlabham—difficult to find; vallabham— darling; nah—our; tribhuvana—by the three worlds; kamaniyam—pleasing, delighting; daivatam—our God; jivitam—our life; ca—and.

 

How wonderful! The sound of the flute Krishna is holding to His lips is pouring forth an indescribable flood of divine love before our very eyes! This is rare even among the planets of the demigods. Krishna, our darling, our God, our very life, delights the three worlds.