ei-mata dasye dasa, sakhye sakha-gana
vatsalye mata pita asrayalambana
ei-mata—in this way; dasye—in the transcendental mellow of servitude; dasa—servants; sakhye—in the transcendental mellow of friendship; sakha-gana—the friends; vatsalye—in the transcendental mellow of paternal affection; mata pita—mother and father; asraya-alambana—the support or shelter of love as the abode or dwelling place of love.
"Just as Lord Krsna and Srimati Radharani are the object and shelter of the mellow of conjugal love, so, in the mellow of servitorship, Krsna, the son of Maharaja Nanda, is the object, and servants like Citraka, Raktaka and Patraka are the shelter. Similarly, in the transcendental mellow of friendship, Lord Krsna is the object, and friends like Sridama, Sudama and Subala are the shelter. In the transcendental mellow of paternal affection, Krsna is the object, and mother Yasoda and Maharaja Nanda are the shelter.
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