Please note: The synonyms, translation and purport of this verse were composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
- sā tatra tam apaśyantī
- kvāsi kānteti vādinī
- sakhīnāṁ madhya uttasthau
- vihvalā vrīḍitā bhṛśam
sā—she; tatra—there (in her dream); tam—Him; apaśyantī—not seeing; kva—where; asi—are you; kānta—my lover; iti—thus; vādinī—-speaking; sakhīnām—of her girlfriends; madhye—in the midst; uttasthau—arose; vihvalā—disturbed; vrīḍitā—embarrassed; bhṛśam—greatly.
Translation and purport composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
Losing sight of Him in her dream, Ūṣā suddenly sat up in the midst of her girlfriends, crying out "Where are You, my lover?" She was greatly disturbed and embarrassed.
Coming to her senses and remembering that she was surrounded by her girlfriends, Ūṣā was naturally very embarrassed to have cried out in that way. At the same time she was disturbed by attachment to the beloved man who had appeared in her dream.