madhura haite sumadhura, taha haite sumadhura,
taha haite ati sumadhura
apanara eka kane, vyape saba tribhuvane,
dasa-dik vyape yara pura
madhura haite su-madhura—sweeter than sweet; taha haite—than that; su-madhura—still sweeter; taha haite—than that; ati su-madhura—still much more sweet; apanara—of Himself; eka kane—by one particle; vyape—spreads; saba—all; tri-bhuvane—throughout the three worlds; dasa-dik—ten directions; vyape—spreads; yara—whose; pura—the city of Krsna's beauty.
"The beauty of Krsna's smile is the sweetest feature of all. His smile is like a full moon that spreads its rays throughout the three worlds-Goloka Vrndavana, the spiritual sky of the Vaikunthas, and Devi-dhama, the material world. Thus Krsna's shining beauty spreads in all ten directions.
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