rāja-veśa, hātī, ghoḍā, manuṣya gahana
kāhāṅ gopa-veśa, kāhāṅ nirjana vṛndāvana
rāja-veśa—royal dress; hātī—elephants; ghoḍā—horses; manuṣya—men; gahana—crowds; kāhāṅ—where; gopa-veśa—the dress of a cowherd boy; kāhāṅ—where; nirjana—solitary; vṛndāvana—of the name Vṛndāvana.
She thought of Him in the calm and quiet atmosphere of Vṛndāvana, dressed as a cowherd boy. But at Kurukṣetra He was in a royal dress and was accompanied by elephants, horses and crowds of men. Thus the atmosphere was not congenial for Their meeting.
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