se dhvani caudike dhaya, anda bhedi' vaikunthe yaya,
bale paise jagatera kane
saba matoyala kari', balatkare ane dhari',
visesatah yuvatira gane
se dhvani—that vibration; cau-dike—in the four directions; dhaya—runs; anda bhedi'-piercing the coverings of the universe; vaikunthe yaya—goes to the spiritual sky; bale—by force; paise—enters; jagatera—of the three worlds; kane—in the ears; saba—everyone; matoyala kari'-making drunk; balatkare—by force; ane—brings; dhari'-catching; visesatah—specifically; yuvatira gane—all the young damsels of Vrajabhumi.
"The sound of Krsna's flute spreads in four directions. Even though Krsna vibrates His flute within this universe, its sound pierces the universal covering and goes to the spiritual sky. Thus the vibration enters the ears of all inhabitants. It especially enters Goloka Vrndavana-dhama and attracts the minds of the young damsels of Vrajabhumi, bringing them forcibly to where Krsna is present.
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