krsna-lilamrta yadi latake sincaya
nija-sukha haite pallavadyera koti-sukha haya
krsna-lilamrta—the nectar of Krsna's pastimes; yadi—if; latake—the creeper; sincaya—sprinkles; nija-sukha haite—than personal happiness; pallava-adyera—of the twigs, flowers and leaves; koti—ten million times; sukha—the happiness; haya—there is.
"When the nectar of Krsna's pastimes is sprinkled on that creeper, the happiness derived by the twigs, flowers and leaves is ten million times greater than that derived by the creeper itself.
In his Amrta-pravaha-bhasya, Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura states, "Srimati Radharani is the creeper of love of Godhead, and the gopis are exactly like twigs, flowers and leaves. When water is sprinkled on the creeper, the twigs, flowers and leaves indirectly receive all the benefits of the creeper itself. But water sprinkled directly on the twigs, leaves and flowers is not as effective as water sprinkled on the creeper's root. The gopis are not as pleased when they directly mix with Krsna as when they serve to unite Srimati Radharani with Krsna. Their transcendental pleasure lies in uniting Them."
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