"vrajendra-kula--dugdha-sindhu, krsna tahe purna indu,
janmi' kaila jagat ujora
kanty-amrta yeba piye, nirantara piya jiye,
vrajendra-kula—the dynasty of Maharaja Nanda in Vrajabhumi; dugdha-sindhu—like the ocean of milk; krsna—Lord Krsna; tahe—in that; purna—full; indu—moon; janmi,—arising; kaila—has made; jagat—the whole world; ujora—illuminated; kanti-amrta—the nectar of His bodily luster; yeba piye—anyone who drinks; nirantara—always; piya—drinking; jiye—sustains life; vraja-janera—of the inhabitants of Vrndavana; nayana-cakora—eyes that are like cakora birds.
"The family of Maharaja Nanda is just like an ocean of milk, wherein Lord Krsna has arisen like the full moon to illuminate the entire universe. The eyes of the residents of Vraja are like cakora birds that continuously drink the nectar of His bodily luster and thus live peacefully.
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