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akhila-bhuvanaika-bhusanam

adhibhusita-jaladhi-duhitr-kuca-kumbham

vraja-yuvati-hara-vaill-

marakata-ndyaka-mahd-manirh vande

 

akhila—of all; bhuvana—the worlds; eka—the best or only; bhusanam—ornament; adhibhusita—who is adorned with; jaladhi—of the sun (i.e., Vrsabhanu), or of the sea; duhitr—the daughter (i.e., Radha, daughter of Vrsabhanu, or LaksmI, daughter of the sea); kuca— breasts; kumbham—jars; vraja—yuvati—Vraja's young girls; hara—the necklace; valli—string; marakata— emerald; nayaka—principal; maha—great, large; manim—jewel; vande—I bow.

 

I bow down to [Krishna, who is] the only ornament of the entire world, yet who is ornamented by the pitcher-like breasts of Radha. He is the great, central jewel among the necklace of emerald-like young girls of Vraja.