yata gopa-sundari, krsna tata rupa dhari',
sabara vastra karila harane
yamuna-jala nirmala, anga kare jhalamala,
sukhe krsna kare darasane
yata—as many; gopa-sundari—beautiful gopis; krsna—Lord Krsna; tata—that many; rupa—forms; dhari'-accepting; sabara—of all; vastra—covering cloths; karila harane—took away; yamuna-jala—the water of the Yamuna; nirmala—very clear; anga—bodies; kare jhalamala—glitter; sukhe—happily; krsna—Lord Krsna; kare darasane—sees.
"Krsna expanded Himself into as many forms as there were gopis and then took away all the garments that covered them. The water of the River Yamuna was crystal clear, and Krsna saw the glittering bodies of the gopis in great happiness.
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