gayan kala-padam reme
sarat—autumn; sasi—of the moon; karaih—by the shining; mrstam—brightened; manayan—thinking so; rajani-mukham—the face of the night; gayan—singing; kala-padam—pleasing songs; reme—enjoyed; strinam—of the women; mandala-mandanah—as the central beauty of the assembly of women.
In the third season of the year, the Lord enjoyed as the central beauty of the assembly of women by attracting them with His pleasing songs in an autumn night brightened by moonshine.
Before leaving the land of cows, Vrndavana, the Lord pleased His young girl friends, the transcendental gopis, in His rasa-lila pastimes. Here Uddhava stopped his description of the Lord’s activities.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Third Canto, Second Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled “Remembrance of Lord Krsna.”
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