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CC Antya 15.52


priyā-mukhe bhṛṅga paḍe, tāhā nivārite
līlā-padma cālāite haila anya-citte


priyā-mukhe — on His beloved’s face; bhṛṅga — the bumblebees; paḍe — fall; tāhā — that; nivārite — to prevent; līlā — the pastimes; padma — the lotus flower; cālāite — causing to move; haila — was; anya-citte — diverted in the mind.


“ ‘To stop the bumblebees from landing on the face of His beloved, He whisked them away with the lotus flower in His hand, and thus His mind was slightly diverted.