|Madhya-līlā||Chapter 21: The Opulence and Sweetness of Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Madhya 21.140
smita-kiraṇa-sukarpūre, paiśe adhara-madhure,
sei madhu mātāya tribhuvane
vaḿśī-chidra ākāśe, tāra guṇa śabde paiśe,
dhvani-rūpe pāñā pariṇāme
smita-kiraṇa — the shining of Kṛṣṇa's smile; su-karpūre — compared to camphor; paiśe — enters; adhara-madhure — within the sweetness of the lips; sei madhu — that ambrosia; mātāya — maddens; tri-bhuvane — the three worlds; vaḿśī-chidra — of the holes in the flute; ākāśe — in the space; tāra guṇa — the quality of that sweetness; śabde — in sound vibration; paiśe — enters; dhvani-rūpe — the form of sound vibration; pāñā — obtaining; pariṇāme — by transformation.
"His slight smiling and fragrant illumination are compared to camphor, which enters the sweetness of His lips. That sweetness is transformed and enters into space as vibrations from the holes of His flute.
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