CC Antya 15.21
chaṭāya jine koṭīndu-candana
saśaila nārīra vakṣa, tāhā ākarṣite dakṣa,
kṛṣṇa-aṅga — the body of Kṛṣṇa; su-śītala — very cool; ki kahimu — what shall I say; tāra — of that; bala — the strength; chaṭāya — by the rays; jine — surpasses; koṭi-indu — millions upon millions of moons; candana — sandalwood pulp; sa-śaila — like raised hills; nārīra — of a woman; vakṣa — breasts; tāhā — that; ākarṣite — to attract; dakṣa — very expert; ākarṣaye — attracts; nārī-gaṇa-mana — the minds of all women.
“Kṛṣṇa’s transcendental body is so cool that it cannot be compared even to sandalwood pulp or to millions upon millions of moons. It expertly attracts the breasts of all women, which resemble high hills. Indeed, the transcendental body of Kṛṣṇa attracts the minds of all women within the three worlds.