CC Antya 19.92
tāhā jini’ kṛṣṇa-aṅga-gandha
vyāpe caudda-bhuvane, kare sarva ākarṣaṇe,
nārī-gaṇera āṅkhi kare andha
kastūrikā — musk; nīlotpala — combined with the bluish lotus flower; tāra — its; yei — whatever; parimala — scent; tāhā — that; jini’ — conquering; kṛṣṇa-aṅga — of the transcendental body of Kṛṣṇa; gandha — the scent; vyāpe — spreads; caudda-bhuvane — throughout the fourteen worlds; kare — does; sarva ākarṣaṇe — attracting everyone; nārī-gaṇera — of the women; āṅkhi — the eyes; kare — makes; andha — blind.
“The scent of Kṛṣṇa’s body surpasses the fragrances of musk and the bluish lotus flower. Spreading throughout the fourteen worlds, it attracts everyone and makes the eyes of all women blind.