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CC Ādi 4.255

Text

āmāra saṅgame rādhā pāya ye ānanda
śata-mukhe bali, tabu nā pāi tāra anta

Synonyms

āmāra — My; saṅgame — in association; rādhā — Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī; pāya — gets; ye — whatever; ānanda — transcendental bliss; śata-mukhe — in hundreds of mouths; bali — if I say; tabu — still; — not; pāi — I reach; tāra — its; anta — limitation.

Translation

“Even with hundreds of mouths I could not express the transcendental pleasure She derives from My association.