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TEXT-74

 

capalya-slma capalanubhavaika-sima

caturya-sima caturanana-silpa-sima

saurabhya-slma sakaladbhuta-keli-sima

saubhagya-slma tad idam vraja-bhagya-slma

 

capalya—of   fickleness;   slma—the   acme;   capala—anubhava—of those who have unsteady natures (i.e.,the  milkmaids);  eka—the  one;  slma—ultimate  goal of existence; caturya—of cleverness; slma—epitome; catur—anana—the  four—faced  one   (i.e.,  Brahma);silpa—artistic      skill;      slma—extreme      perfection; saurabhya—of fragrance; slma—the limit; sakala—all;

adbhuta—wonderful;    keli—pastimes;    slma—utmost embodiment;   saubhagya—of   good   fortune;  slma—culmination;tad—that(very life of mine);idam—this is, here is; vraja—bhagya—Vraja's auspicity; sima—zenith.

 

Here is that Krishna, my very life! He is the acme of fickleness, the one ultimate end of the existence of the fickle-minded milkmaids, the epitome of cleverness, the extreme perfection of the artistic skill of four-faced Brahma, the limit of good fragrance, the utmost embodiment of all sorts of astounding pastimes, the culmination of good fortune, and the zenith of auspiciousness for Vraja.