radha-preyan vidhur jayati
akhila-rasa-amrta-murtih—the reservoir of all pleasure, in which exist all the mellows of devotional service, namely santa, dasya, sakhya, vatsalya and madhurya; prasrmara—spreading forth; ruci—by His bodily luster; ruddha—who has subjugated; taraka—the gopi named Taraka; palih—the gopi named Pali; kalita—who has absorbed the minds of; syama—the gopi named Syama; lalitah—and the gopi named Lalita; radha-preyan—dearmost to Srimati Radharani; vidhuh—Krsna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead; jayati—all glories to.
" 'Let Krsna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, be glorified! By virtue of His expanding attractive features, He subjugated the gopis named Taraka and Pali and absorbed the minds of Syama and Lalita. He is the most attractive lover of Srimati Radharani and is the reservoir of pleasure for devotees in all devotional mellows.'
Everyone has a particular transcendental mellow by which he loves and serves Krsna. Krsna is the most attractive feature for every kind of devotee. He is therefore called akhila-rasamrta-murti, the transcendental form of attraction for all kinds of devotees, whether the devotee be in the santa-rasa, dasya-rasa, sakhya-rasa, vatsalya-rasa or madhurya-rasa.
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