vara śuni' kanyā-gaṇera antare santoṣa
bāhire bhartsana kare kari' mithyā roṣa
vara śuni'-hearing the benediction; kanyā-gaṇera—of the girls; antare—within; santoṣa—very much satisfaction; bāhire—externally; bhartsana—rebuking; kare—they do; kari'-making; mithyā—false; roṣa—anger.
Hearing this benediction from Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu, all the girls were inwardly very happy, but externally, as is natural for girls, they rebuked the Lord under the pretense of anger.
This double-dealing is natural for girls. When they are satisfied within, they externally show dissatisfaction. Such feminine dealings are very palatable to boys who try to make friendships with them.
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