sundara maha mandire tumaṁ vasasi
taha taha rundhasi bali-aṁ
jaha jaha ca-idā palāemhi
dhari-a—capturing; paḍicchanda-guṇam—the quality of an artistic picture; sundara—O most beautiful one; maha—my; mandire—within the heart; tumam—You; vasasi—reside; taha taha—that much; rundhasi—You block; bali-am—by force; jaha jaha—as much as; ca-idā—being disturbed; palāemhi—I try to escape.
"O dearly beautiful, the artistic loveliness of Your picture is now impressed within My mind. Since You are now living within My mind, wherever I wish to run because I am agitated by impressions of You, I find that You, O My friend, are blocking My way."
dhṛtvā praticchanda-guṇaṁ sundara mama mandire tvaṁ vasasi
tathā tathā ruṇatsi balitaṁ yathā yathā cakitā palāye
The meaning is the same, but the native language is different. It was spoken by Madhumaṅgala to Śrī Kṛṣṇa.
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