vraja-vasi yata jana, mata, pita, sakha-gana,
sabe haya mora prana-sama
tanra madhye gopi-gana, saksat mora jivana,
tumi mora jivanera jivana
vraja-vasi yata jana—all the inhabitants of Vrndavana-dhama; mata—mother; pita—father; sakha-gana—boy friends; sabe—all; haya—are; mora prana-sama—as good as My life; tanra madhye—among them; gopi-gana—the gopis; saksat—directly; mora jivana—My life and soul; tumi—You; mora jivanera jivana—the life of My life.
"Sri Krsna continued: 'All the inhabitants of Vrndavana-dhama-My mother, father, cowherd boy friends and everything else-are like My life and soul. And among all the inhabitants of Vrndavana, the gopis are My very life and soul. Among the gopis, You, Srimati Radharani, are the chief. Therefore You are the very life of My life.
Srimati Radharani is the center of all Vrndavana's activities. In Vrndavana, Krsna is the instrument of Srimati Radharani; therefore all the inhabitants of Vrndavana still chant "Jaya Radhe." From Krsna's own statement given herein, it appears that Radharani is the Queen of Vrndavana and that Krsna is simply Her decoration. Krsna is known as Madana-mohana, the enchanter of Cupid, but Srimati Radharani is the enchanter of Krsna. Consequently Srimati Radharani is called Madana-mohana-mohini, the enchanter of the enchanter of Cupid.
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