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gharmdnkurah kim api khelati krsna-devah
kanta—darling's; kuca—breasts; grahana—grabbing; vigraha—body; labdha—obtained; laksml—loveliness; khanda—scattering; ariga—on their bodies; raga—red kunkuma; nava—fresh; ranjita—colored; manjula— delightful; srlh—beauty; garda—of His cheeks; sthall— place; mukura—mirrors; mandala—round; khelamana— as if playing; gharmankurah—drops of perspiration; kim api—ineffable, oh!; khelati—sportive; krsna—devah—Lord Krsna.
Oh, what ineffable beauty my Lord Krishna is displaying— a delightful beauty enhanced by a loveliness acquired when the fresh kunkuma on His darling's [Radha's] breasts scattered over His own body as He grabbed them [and She fought Him off], and enhanced as well by the drops of perspiration that seem to play on the mirror-like orbs of His cheeks.