bhartsanas ca madhura-smita-garbhah
madhavasya kurute karabhorur
hari suska-ruditam ca mukhe 'pi
pani—the hand; rodham—obstructing; avirodhita—unobstructed; vancham—the desire of Krsna; bhartsanah—admonitions; ca—and; madhura—sweet; smita-garbhah—containing a gentle smiling attitude; madhavasya—of Sri Krsna; kurute—does; karabha-uruh—whose thigh is like the trunk of a baby elephant; hari—charming; suska-ruditam—dry crying; ca—and; mukhe—on the face; api—also.
" 'Actually She has no desire to stop Krsna's endeavor to touch Her body with His hands, yet Srimati Radharani, whose thighs are like the trunk of a baby elephant, protests His advances and, sweetly smiling, admonishes Him. At such times She cries without tears on Her charming face.'
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