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acinvanam ahany ahany ahani sakdran vihdra-kraman
arundhanam arundhati-hrdayam apy ardra-smitdrdra-sriya
anandam vraja-sundarl-stana-tatl-samrdjyam ujjrmbhate
acinvanam—generating; ahani—every day; ahani—every moment; ahani—every twinkling of an eye;
sakaran—with form, embodied; vihara—of sports;kraman—arrangements;arundhanam—attracting;
arundhati—of ArundhatI; hrdayam—the heart; api— even; ardra—tender; smita—smile; ardra—gentle; sriya—charm; atanvanam—spreading; ananya—none other; janma—birth (than the milkmaids); nayana— eyes; slaghyam—appreciation; anarghyam—priceless; dasam—condition, stage; anandam—the bliss; vraja— sundari—Vraja's beauties (i.e., the milkmaids); stana— breasts; tati—the slopes; samrajya—reigning supreme; ujjrmbhate—manifesting itself.
The bliss manifesting itself [in the wondrous luster of the young boy Krishna] reigns supreme between the sloping breasts of the beautiful milkmaids of Vraja. That spreading, glowing bliss reaches a rarified stage far beyond the appreciation of the eyes of anyone by the milkmaids of Vrndavana, and every day, every moment, and every twinkling of an eye that bliss, embodied as Krsna, arranges pastimes and attracts even Arundhati[chastity personified] with the gentle charm of His tender smile.