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disi disi taralabhyarh dipta-bhusadarabhyam
asarana-saranabhyam adbhutabhyam padabhyam
ayam ayam anukujad-venur ayati devah
tribhuvana—the three worlds; sarasabhyam—with mellows of love; divya—Ilia—divine sports; kulabhyam— havidng an abundance; disi disi—in all directions; taralabhyam—with fickleness; dlpta—glowing; bhusa— ornaments; adarabhyam—many; asarana—for the shelterless, the forlong; saranabhyam—the shelter; adbhutabhyam—wondrous; padabhyam—feet; ayam ayam—this (is He), this (is He); anukujad—playing; venuh—flute; ayati—coming (here); devah—the Lord (i.e., sportive Krsna).
This is He! This is He-my Lord [Krishna], playing on His flute! He possesses two wondrous feet, which are the shelter for the shelterless, which glow with the brilliance of many ornaments, which move this way and that, which are abundant with divine pastimes, and which fill the three worlds with the mellows of love.