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hasta-nyasta-natdpavargam akhiloddrarh kisordkrti
asti—there is; svastarunl—damsels of heaven; kara-agra—fingertips; vigalat—/ailing; Kalpa—of desire trees; prasuna—flowers; plutam—covered; vastu—an entity; prastuta—famed; venu-ndda—flute sound; laharl—waves; nirvana—transcendental beatitude; nirvyakulam—carefree; srasta-srasta—repeatedly falling; niruddha—held up; nlvi—undergarments; vilasad— shining; gopl—milkmaids; sahasra—thousands; avrtam— surrounded; hasta—into the hads; nyasta—placed; nata—of the surrendered souls; apavargam—liberation; akhila—of all; uddram—most munificent; kisora—of an adolescent boy; akrti—having the appearance or form.
There is an entity who has the appearance of an adolescent boy, and who is being inundated with desire-tree flowers falling from the fingertips of the damsels of heaven. That boy is completely carefree, situated in transcendental beatitude, as He sends forth waves of sound from His famed flute. He is encircled by thousands of effulgent milkmaids, whose garments are becoming loose again and again (from their extreme pleasure at hearing the flute) and who are trying to hold them up. That adolescent boy, the pinnacle of munificence, places liberation from birth and death into the hands of His surrendered devotees.