nupura-kinkini-dhvani, hamsa-sarasa jini',
kankana-dhvani catake lajaya
eka-bara yei sune, vyapi rahe' tara kane,
anya sabda se-kane na yaya
nupura—of the ankle bells; kinkini—tinkling; dhvani—the sound; hamsa—swans; sarasa—cranes; jini'-conquering; kankana-dhvani—the sound of bangles; catake—the cataka bird; lajaya—puts to shame; eka-bara—once; yei—one who; sune—hears; vyapi—expanding; rahe'-remains; tara kane—in his ear; anya—other; sabda—sound; se-kane—in that ear; na yaya—does not go.
"The tinkling of Krsna's ankle bells surpasses the songs of even the swan and crane, and the sound of His bangles puts the singing of the cataka bird to shame. Having allowed these sounds to enter the ears even once, one cannot tolerate hearing anything else.
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