sri-radhayah pranaya-mahima kidrso vanayaiva-
svadyo yenadbhuta-madhurima kidrso va madiyah
saukhyam casya mad-anubhavatah kidrsam veti lobhat
tad-bhavadhyah samajani saci-garbha-sindhau harinduh
sri-radhayah—of Srimati Radharani; pranaya-mahima—the greatness of the love; kidrsah—of what kind; va—or; anaya—by this one (Radha); eva—alone; asvadyah—to be relished; yena—by that love; adbhuta-madhurima—the wonderful sweetness; kidrsah—of what kind; va—or; madiyah—of Me; saukhyam—the happiness; ca—and; asyah—Her; mat-anubhavatah—from realization of My sweetness; kidrsam—of what kind; va—or; iti—thus; lobhat—from the desire; tat—Her; bhava-adhyah—richly endowed with emotions; samajani—took birth; saci-garbha—of the womb of Srimati Sacidevi; sindhau—in the ocean; hari—Lord Krsna; induh—like the moon.
Desiring to understand the glory of Radharani's love, the wonderful qualities in Him that She alone relishes through Her love, and the happiness She feels when She realizes the sweetness of His love, the Supreme Lord Hari, richly endowed with Her emotions, appeared from the womb of Srimati Sacidevi, as the moon appeared from the ocean.
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