|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 65: Lord Balarama Visits Vrindavana|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Srimad Bhagavatam 10.65.15
iti prahasitam saurer
smarantyo ruruduh striyah
iti -- thus speaking; prahasitam -- the laughter; saureh -- of Lord Krishna; jalpitam -- the pleasing conversations; caru -- attractive; vikshitam -- the glances; gatim -- the walking; prema -- loving; parishvangam -- the embrace; smarantyah -- remembering; ruruduh -- cried; striyah -- the women.
While speaking these words, the young cowherd women remembered Lord Sauri's laughter, His pleasing conversations with them, His attractive glances, His style of walking and His loving embraces. Thus they began to cry.
Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti comments as follows: "The gopis thought, 'The Krishna moon, after piercing our hearts with the darts of His nectarean laughter, went away. So how will the city women not die when He does the same to them?' Overwhelmed with these thoughts, the young cowherd girls began to cry, even in the presence of Sri Baladeva."
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