sri-radheva hares tadiya-sarasi presthadbhutaih svair gunair
yasyam sri-yuta-madhavendur anisam pritya taya kridati
premasmin bata radhikeva labhate yasyam sakrt snana-krt
tasya vai mahima tatha madhurima kenastu varnyah ksitau
sri-radha—Srimati Radharani; iva—like; hareh—of Krsna; tadiya—Her; sarasi—lake; prestha—very dear; adbhutaih—by wonderful; svaih—own; gunaih—transcendental qualities; yasyam—in which; sri-yuta—all-opulent; madhava—Sri Krsna; induh—like the moon; anisam—incessantly; pritya—with great affection; taya—in association with Srimati Radharani; kridati—performs pastimes; prema—love; asmin—for Lord Krsna; bata—certainly; radhika iva—exactly like Srimati Radharani; labhate—obtains; yasyam—in which; sakrt—once; snana-krt—one who takes a bath; tasyah—of the lake; vai—certainly; mahima—glories; tatha—as well as; madhurima—sweetness; kena—by whom; astu—can be; varnyah—described; ksitau—on this earth.
" 'Because of its wonderful transcendental qualities, Radha-kunda is as dear to Krsna as Srimati Radharani. It was in that lake that the all-opulent Lord Sri Krsna performed His pastimes with Srimati Radharani with great pleasure and transcendental bliss. Whoever bathes just once in Radha-kunda attains Srimati Radharani's loving attraction for Sri Krsna. Who within this world can describe the glories and sweetness of Sri Radha-kunda?' "
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