vaca sucita-sarvari-rati-kala-pragalbhyaya radhikam
vrida-kuncita-locanam viracayann agre sakhinam asau
kaisoram saphali-karoti kalayan kunje viharam harih
vaca—by speech; sucita—revealing; sarvari—of the night; rati—in amorous pastimes; kala—of the portion; pragalbhyaya—the importance; radhikam—Srimati Radharani; vrida—from shame; kuncita-locanam—having Her eyes closed; viracayan—making; agre—before; sakhinam—Her friends; asau—that one; tat—of Her; vaksah-ruha—on the breasts; citra-keli—with variegated pastimes; makari—in drawing dolphins; panditya—of cleverness; param—the limit; gatah—who reached; kaisoram—adolescence; sa-phali-karoti—makes successful; kalayan—performing; kunje—in the bushes; viharam—pastimes; harih—the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
"Lord Krsna made Srimati Radharani close Her eyes in shame before Her friends by His words relating Their amorous activities on the previous night. Then He showed the highest limit of cleverness in drawing pictures of dolphins in various playful sports on Her breasts. In this way Lord Hari made His youth successful by performing pastimes in the bushes with Sri Radha and Her friends."
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