krsna-kanta-gana dekhi tri-vidha prakara
eka laksmi-gana, pure mahisi-gana ara
vrajangana-rupa, ara kanta-gana-sara
sri-radhika haite kanta-ganera vistara
krsna-kanta-gana—the lovers of Lord Krsna; dekhi—I see; tri-vidha—three; prakara—kinds; eka—one; laksmi-gana—the goddesses of fortune; pure—in the city; mahisi-gana—the queens; ara—and; vraja-angana—of the beautiful women of Vraja; rupa—having the form; ara—another type; kanta-gana—of the lovers; sara—the essence; sri-radhika haite—from Srimati Radharani; kanta-ganera—of the lovers of Krsna; vistara—the expansion.
The beloved consorts of Lord Krsna are of three kinds: the goddesses of fortune, the queens, and the milkmaids of Vraja, who are the foremost of all. These consorts all proceed from Radhika.
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