ihā chāḍi' kṛṣṇa yadi haya anyākāra
gopikāra bhāva nāhi yāya nikaṭa tāhāra
ihā—this; chāḍi'-giving up; kṛṣṇa—Kṛṣṇa; yadi—if; haya—takes; anya-ākāra—another form; gopikāra—of the gopīs; bhāva—the ecstasy; nāhi—does not; yāya—arise; nikaṭa—near; tāhāra—that (form).
If Lord Kṛṣṇa gives up this original form and assumes another Viṣṇu form, nearness to Him cannot invoke the ecstatic mood of the gopīs.
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