purah krsnalokat sthagita-kutilasya gatir abhut
tirascinam krsnambara-dara-vrtam sri-mukham api
calat-taram spharam nayana-yugam abhugnam iti sa
purah—in front of Her; krsna-alokat—by seeing Lord Krsna; sthagita-kutila—stopped and assumed an attitude of crookedness; asyah—of Srimati Radharani; gatih—the progress; abhut—became; tirascinam—being crooked; krsna-ambara—by a blue cloth; dara-vrtam—covered; sri-mukham api—Her face also; calat-taram—like moving stars; spharam—wide; nayana-yugam—the pair of eyes; abhugnam—very curved; iti—thus; sa—She (Radharani); vilasa-akhya—named vilasa; sva-alankarana—by personal ornaments; valita—decorated; asit—was; priya-mude—just to increase the pleasure of Sri Krsna.
" 'When Srimati Radharani saw Lord Krsna just before Her, Her progress stopped, and She assumed an attitude of opposition. Although Her face was slightly covered by a blue garment, Her two starry eyes were agitated, being wide and curved. Thus She was decorated with the ornaments of vilasa, and Her beauty increased to give pleasure to Sri Krsna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead.'
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