Please note: The synonyms, translation and purport of this verse were composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
- vraja-vanaukasāṁ vyaktir aṅga te
- vṛjina-hantry alaṁ viśva-maṅgalam
- tyaja manāk ca nas tvat-spṛhātmanāṁ
- sva-jana-hṛd-rujāṁ yan niṣūdanam
vraja-vana—in the forests of Vraja; okasām—for those who dwell; vyaktiḥ—the appearance; aṅga—dear one; te—Your; vṛjina—of distress; hantrī—the agent of destruction; alam—extremely so; viśva-maṅgalam—all-auspicious; tyaja—please release; manāk—a little; ca—and; naḥ—to us; tvat—for You; spṛhā—with hankering; ātmanām—whose minds are filled; sva—Your own; jana—devotees; hṛt—in the hearts; rujām—of the disease; yat—which is; niṣūdanam—that which counteracts.
Translation and purport composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
O beloved, Your all-auspicious appearance vanquishes the distress of those living in Vraja's forests. Our minds long for Your association. Please give to us just a bit of that medicine, which counteracts the disease in Your devotees' hearts.
According to the ācāryas, the gopīs repeatedly entreat Lord Kṛṣṇa to place His lotus feet on their breasts. The gopīs are not victims of material lust, but rather they are absorbed in pure love of Godhead and thus want to serve Lord Kṛṣṇa's lotus feet by offering their beautiful breasts to Him. Materialistic persons, who are victims of mundane sex desire, will not be able to understand how these conjugal dealings take place on a pure, spiritual platform, and that is the materialists' great misfortune.