cakravāke padma āsvādaya
ihāṅ duṅhāra ulṭā sthiti, dharma haila viparīti,
kṛṣṇera rājye aiche nyāya haya
padma-utpala—the blue and red lotus flowers; acetana—unconscious; cakravāka—the cakravāka birds; sa-cetana—conscious; cakravāke—the cakravāka birds; padma—the blue lotus flowers; āsvādaya—taste; ihāṅ—here; duṅhāra—of both of them; ulṭā sthiti—the reverse situation; dharma—characteristic nature; haila—became; viparīti—reversed; kṛṣṇera—of Lord Kṛṣṇa; rājye—in the kingdom; aiche—such; nyāya—principle; haya—there is.
"Blue and red lotus flowers are unconscious objects, whereas cakravākas are conscious and alive. Nevertheless, in ecstatic love, the blue lotuses began to taste the cakravākas. This is a reversal of their natural behavior, but in Lord Kṛṣṇa's kingdom such reversals are a principle of His pastimes.
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