premanandam daruko nabhyanandat
kamsarater vijane yena saksad
aksodiyan antarayo vyadhayi
anga—of the limbs; stambha-arambham—the beginning of stupefaction; uttungayantam—which was causing him to reach; prema-anandam—the joy of love; darukah—Daruka, the Lord's chariot driver; na—not; abhyanandat—welcomed; kamsa-arateh—of Lord Krsna, the enemy of Kamsa; vijane—in fanning with a camara fan; yena—by which; saksat—clearly; aksodiyan—greater; antarayah—obstacle; vyadhayi—has been created.
"Sri Daruka did not relish his ecstatic feelings of love, for they caused his limbs to become stunned and thus obstructed his service of fanning Lord Krsna."
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