kanta krsne kare rosa, krsna paya santosa,
sukha paya tadana-bhartsane
yatha-yogya kare mana, krsna tate sukha pana,
chade mana alpa-sadhane
kanta—the beloved; krsne—unto Lord Krsna; kare rosa—shows anger; krsna paya santosa—Krsna becomes very happy; sukha paya—obtains happiness; tadana-bhartsane—by chastisement; yatha-yogya—as it is suitable; kare mana—shows pride; krsna—Lord Krsna; tate—in such activities; sukha pana—obtains happiness; chade mana—gives up pride; alpa-sadhane—by a little endeavor.
"When a beloved gopi shows symptoms of anger toward Krsna, Krsna is very satisfied. Indeed, He is pleased when chastised by such a gopi. She shows her pride suitably, and Krsna enjoys that attitude. Then she gives up her pride with a little endeavor.
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