krsna-anga susitala, ki kahimu tara bala,
chataya jine kotindu-candana
sasaila narira vaksa, taha akarsite daksa,
krsna-anga—the body of Krsna; su-sitala—very cool; ki kahimu—what shall I say; tara—of that; bala—the strength; chataya—by the rays; jine—surpasses; koti-indu—millions upon millions of moons; candana—sandalwood pulp; sa-saila—like raised hills; narira—of a woman; vaksa—breasts; taha—that; akarsite—to attract; daksa—very expert; akarsaye—attracts; nari-gana-mana—the minds of all women.
"Krsna's transcendental body is so cool that it cannot be compared even to sandalwood pulp or to millions upon millions of moons. It expertly attracts the breasts of all women, which resemble high hills. Indeed, the transcendental body of Krsna attracts the minds of all women within the three worlds.
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