se sri-mukha-bhasita, amrta haite paramrta,
smita-karpura tahate misrita
sabda, artha,--dui-sakti, nana-rasa kare vyakti,
se—that; sri—beautiful; mukha—by the mouth; bhasita—spoken; amrta—nectar; haite—than; para-amrta—more nectarean; smita—smiling; karpura—camphor; tahate—in that; misrita—mixed; sabda—sound; artha—meaning; dui-sakti—two energies; nana—various; rasa—mellows; kare vyakti—express; prati-aksara—every word; narma-vibhusita—full of meaning.
"Krsna's speech is far sweeter than nectar. Each of His jubilant words is full of meaning, and when His speech mixes with His smile, which is like camphor, the resultant sound and the deep meaning of Krsna's words create various transcendental mellows.
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