TEXT 126
sakhi he, krsna-mukha--dvija-raja-raja
krsna-vapu-simhasane, vasi' rajya-sasane,
kare sange candrera samaja
SYNONYMS
sakhi he—O dear friend; krsna-mukha—the face of Lord Krsna; dvija-raja-raja—the king of moons; krsna-vapu—of the transcendental body of Krsna; simhasane—on the throne; vasi'-sitting; rajya-sasane—ruling of the kingdom; kare—does; sange—in the company of; candrera samaja—the society of moons.
TRANSLATION
"The face of Krsna is the king of all moons, and the body of Krsna is the throne. Thus the king governs a society of moons.
PURPORT
The entire face is called the king of moons. The mouth is another moon, the left cheek is a moon, and the right cheek is a moon. The spots of sandalwood pulp on Krsna's face are also considered different moons, and His fingernails and toenails are also different moons. His forehead is considered a half moon, His face is considered the king of moons, and His body is considered the throne. All the other candras (moons) are considered to be subordinate moons.

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