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bdlarhnllam amivayarh mahurima-svdrdjyam drddhnumah
cdturya—amicableness, amorous restiveness; eka—only; niddna—cause of existence; sima—limit; capala— flickering; apdnga—sidelong glances; cchatd—the many; mantharam—becomes or makes languid; lavanya— beauty; amrta—nectar; vici—waves; lolita—moving; drsam—eyes; laksml—Radharani; katdksa—sidelong glances; adrtam—attentively worshiped; kdlindl—the Yamuna (daughter of Mount Kalinda); pulina—the bank; angana—the milkmaids; pranayinam—enjoys pastimes with; kdma—supramundane love; avatara—the incarnation; ankuram—sourceorroot; balam—adolescent boy; nilam—dark blue; ami—is; vayam—by us; madhurima—love's sweetness; svarajyam—unrestricted dominion; drddhnumah—worshiped.
We worship that dark bluish young boy, in whom culminate the principal stimuli for amorous love, who causes Radha to become languid with the beauty of His dancing sidelong glances, and who in turn becomes languid with love when Sri Radha and Her friends cast their sidelong glances at Him. That boy's beauty, like waves of nectar, engenders an extreme thirst in the eyes of Radha and Her companions, and, conversely, their nectarous beauty makes Him thirsty to see them. He is affectionately worshiped by Radha's wistful glances, and He enjoys loving pastimes with Radha and Her friends on the bank of the Yamuna. We worship that young bluish boy, the source of the god of love, who has attained unchallenged dominion over love's sweetness.