krsnera adharamrta, tate karpura manda-smita,
sva-madhurye hare narira mana
anyatra chadaya lobha, na paile mane ksobha,
krsnera—of Lord Krsna; adhara-amrta—the sweetness of the lips; tate—with that; karpura—camphor; manda-smita—gentle smile; sva-madhurye—by His sweetness; hare—attracts; narira mana—the minds of all women; anyatra—anywhere else; chadaya—vanquishes; lobha—greed; na paile—without getting; mane—in the mind; ksobha—great agitation; vraja-nari-ganera—of all the gopis of Vrndavana; mula-dhana—wealth.
"Krsna's lips are so sweet when combined with the camphor of His gentle smile that they attract the minds of all women, forcing them to give up all other attractions. If the sweetness of Krsna's smile is unobtainable, great mental difficulties and lamentation result. That sweetness is the only wealth of the gopis of Vrndavana."
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