sarvatra jala-yahan amrta-samana
cid-ananda jyotih svadya-yahan murtiman
sarvatra—everywhere; jala—the water; yahan—where; amrta-samana—equal to nectar; cit-ananda—transcendental bliss; jyotih—effulgence; svadya—perceived; yahan—where; murtiman—assuming a form.
"The water in Vrndavana is nectar, and the brahmajyoti effulgence, which is full of transcendental bliss, is directly perceived there in its form.
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