vraja-janarti-han vira yositam
bhaja sakhe bhavat-kinkarih sma no
jala-ruhananam caru darsaya
vraja-jana-arti-han—O one who diminishes all the painful conditions of the inhabitants of Vrndavana; vira—O hero; yositam—of women; nija—personal; jana—of the associates; smaya—the pride; dhvamsana—destroying; smita—whose smile; bhaja—worship; sakhe—O dear friend; bhavat-kinkarih—Your servants; sma—certainly; nah—unto us; jala-ruha-ananam—a face exactly like a lotus flower; caru—attractive; darsaya—please show.
"O Lord, remover of the afflictions of the inhabitants of Vrndavana! O hero of all women! O Lord who destroy the pride of Your devotees by Your sweet, gentle smile! O friend! We are Your maidservants. Please fulfill our desires and show us Your attractive lotus face."
This verse in connection with the rasa dance of Krsna with the gopis is quoted from Srimad-Bhagavatam (10.31.6). When Krsna disappeared from His companions in the course of dancing, the gopis sang like this in separation from Krsna.

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