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pronmllan-nava-yauvanarh pravilasad venu-prandddmnam
aplna-stana-kudrhalabhir abhito goplbhir aradhitam
jyotis cetasi nas cakastu jagatam ekabhiramadbhutam
bharottarhsa—peacock feather; vildsa—charming; kuntala—lock of hair; bharam—wearing; madhurya— sweetness; magna—steeped; ananam—face; pronmllat— manifesting; nava—fresh; yauvanam—youthfulness; pravilasat—shining forth brightly, revealing itself; venu—of the flute; pranada—murmur or sound of rapture; amrtam—nectar; dplna—udderlike; stana— breasts; kudmalabhih—with buds; abhitah—on all sides; goplbhih—the milkmaids of Vraja; aradhitam—adore, worship; jyotih—the effulgence, i.e., krishna; cetasi—in our hearts; nah—of us; cakastu—let it shine; jagatam—in the universe; eka—the only; abhirama—enjoyer or source of enjoyment; adbhutam—wonderful, amazing.
Let the effulgence personified (krishna) shine within our hearts. He wears a bright peacock plume on His head, His face is steeped in sweet beauty, His fresh youthfulness is bursting forth, and His flute is pouring out murmuring, nectarous sounds of rapture. On all sides the milkmaids of Vraja, who have blooming, budlike breasts, worship Him in adoration. Indeed, He is, amazingly, the only enjoyer and the only source of enjoyment in the entire