ei-mata tina-dina kare āgamana
nānā bhāva dekhāya, yāte brahmāra hare mana
ei-mata—in this way; tina-dina—three days; kare—she does; āgamana—approaching; nānā bhāva—all kinds of feminine postures; dekhāya—exhibits; yāte—by which; brahmāra—even of Lord Brahmā; hare—attracts; mana—mind.
For three days she approached Haridāsa Ṭhākura in this way, exhibiting various feminine postures that would bewilder the mind of even Lord Brahmā.
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