yanra saubhagya-guna vanche satyabhama
yanra thani kala-vilasa sikhe vraja-rama
yanra saundaryadi-guna vanche laksmi-parvati
yanra pativrata-dharma vanche arundhati
yanra—whose; saubhagya—of good fortune; guna—quality; vanche—desires; satyabhama—Satyabhama, one of the queens of Krsna; yanra thani—from whom; kala-vilasa—the sixty-four arts; sikhe—learn; vraja-rama—all the gopis in Vrndavana; yanra—whose; saundarya-adi—such as beauty; guna—qualities; vanche—desires; laksmi—the goddess of fortune; parvati—the wife of Lord Siva; yanra—whose; pati-vrata—of chastity; dharma—principle; vanche—desires; arundhati—the wife of Vasistha Muni.
"Even Satyabhama, one of the queens of Sri Krsna, desires the fortunate position and excellent qualities of Srimati Radharani. All the gopis learn the art of dressing from Srimati Radharani, and even the goddess of fortune, Laksmi, and the wife of Lord Siva, Parvati, desire Her beauty and qualities. Indeed, Arundhati, the celebrated chaste wife of Vasistha, also wants to imitate the chastity and religious principles of Srimati Radharani.
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