jiniya tamala-dyuti, indranila-sama kanti,
se kantite jagat mataya
srngara-rasa-sara chani', tate candra-jyotsna sani',
jani vidhi niramila taya
jiniya—being victorious over; tamala-dyuti—the luster of the tamala tree; indra-nila—the gem known as indranila; sama kanti—the luster like; se kantite—by that luster; jagat mataya—the whole world becomes maddened; srngara-rasa—of the mellow of conjugal love; sara—essence; chani'-filtering; tate—in that; candra-jyotsna—the illumination of the full moon; sani'-mixing; jani—I know; vidhi—Providence; niramila—made very clear; taya—that.
"Krsna's bodily luster shines like the indranila gem and surpasses the luster of the tamala tree. The luster of His body drives the entire world mad because Providence has made it transparent by refining the essence of the mellow of conjugal love and mixing it with moonshine.
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