dikṣu bhramat-kanduka-cāpalair bhṛśaṁ
dikṣu—in all directions; bhramat—moving; kanduka—of the ball; cāpalaiḥ—restlessness; bhṛśam—now and then; prodvigna—full of anxieties; tāra—eyes; āyata—broad; lola—restless; locanām—with such eyes; sva-karṇa—on Her own two ears; vibhrājita—illuminating; kuṇḍala—earrings; ullasat—shining; kapola—cheeks; nīla—bluish; alaka—with hair; maṇḍita—was decorated; ānanām—face.
The woman’s face was decorated by broad, beautiful, restless eyes, which moved as the ball bounced here and there from Her hand. The two brilliant earrings on Her ears decorated Her shining cheeks like bluish reflections, and the hair scattered on Her face made Her even more beautiful to see.
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