ka krsnasya pranaya-jani-bhuh srimati radhikaika
kasya preyasy anupama-guna radhikaika na canya
jaihmyam kese drsi taralata nisthuratvam kuce 'sya
vancha-purtyai prabhavati hare radhikaika na canya
ka—who; krsnasya—of Lord Krsna; pranaya-jani-bhuh—the birthplace of love of Krsna; srimati—all-beautiful; radhika—Srimati Radharani; eka—alone; ka—who; asya—His; preyasi—most dear friend; anupama-guna—having unparalleled qualities; radhika—Srimati Radharani; eka—alone; na—not; ca—also; anya—anyone else; jaihmyam—crookedness; kese—in the hair; drsi—in the eyes; taralata—unsteadiness; nisthuratvam—firmness; kuce—in the breasts; asyah—Her; vancha—of the desires; purtyai—to fulfill; prabhavati—manifests; hareh—of Lord Krsna; radhika—Srimati Radharani; eka—alone; na—not; ca anya—anyone else.
" 'If one asks about the origin of love of Krsna, the answer is that the origin is in Srimati Radharani alone. Who is the most dear friend of Krsna? The answer again is Srimati Radharani alone. No one else. Srimati Radharani's hair is very curly, Her two eyes are always moving to and fro, and Her breasts are firm. Since all transcendental qualities are manifest in Srimati Radharani, She alone is able to fulfill all the desires of Krsna. No one else.'
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