antah smeratayojjvala jala-kana-vyakirna-paksmankura
kincit patalitancala rasikatotsikta purah kuncati
ruddhayah pathi madhavena madhura-vyabhugna-torottara
radhayah kila-kincita-stavakini drstih sriyam vah kriyat
antah—internally or not manifested; smerataya ujjvala—brightened by mild smiling; jala-kana—with drops of water; vyakirna—scattered; paksma-ankura—from the eyelashes; kincit—very little; patalita-ancala—a tinge of redness, mixed with whiteness, on the borders of the eyes; rasikata-utsikta—being merged in the cunning behavior of the Lord; purah—in the front; kuncati—shrinks; ruddhayah—having been blocked; pathi—on the way; madhavena—by Krsna; madhura—sweet; vyabhugna—curved; tora-uttara—the eyes; radhayah—of Srimati Radharani; kila-kincita—the ecstatic symptom named kila-kincita; stavakini—like a bouquet of flowers; drstih—glance; sriyam—good fortune; vah—of all of you; kriyat—may perform.
" 'May the sight of Srimati Radharani's kila-kincita ecstasy, which is like a bouquet, bring good fortune to all. When Sri Krsna blocked Radharani's way to the dana-ghati, there was laughter within Her heart. Her eyes grew bright, and fresh tears flowed from Her eyes, reddening them. Due to Her sweet relationship with Krsna, Her eyes were enthusiastic, and when Her crying subsided, She appeared even more beautiful.'
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