मेकादशैव हि वयं बत भूरिभागा: ।
शर्वादयोऽङ्घ्य्रुदजमध्वमृतासवं ते ॥ ३३ ॥
ekādaśaiva hi vayaṁ bata bhūri-bhāgāḥ
etad-dhṛṣīka-caṣakair asakṛt pibāmaḥ
śarvādayo ’ṅghry-udaja-madhv-amṛtāsavaṁ te
eṣām — of these (residents of Vṛndāvana); tu — however; bhāgya — of the good fortune; mahimā — the greatness; acyuta — O infallible Supreme Lord; tāvat — so much; āstām — let it be; ekādaśa — the eleven; eva hi — indeed; vayam — we; bata — oh; bhūri-bhāgāḥ — are most fortunate; etat — of these devotees; hṛṣīka — by the senses; caṣakaiḥ — (which are like) drinking cups; asakṛt — repeatedly; pibāmaḥ — we are drinking; śarva-ādayaḥ — Lord Śiva and the other chief demigods; aṅghri-udaja — of the lotus feet; madhu — the honey; amṛta-āsavam — which is a nectarean, intoxicating beverage; te — of You.
Yet even though the extent of the good fortune of these residents of Vṛndāvana is inconceivable, we eleven presiding deities of the various senses, headed by Lord Śiva, are also most fortunate, because the senses of these devotees of Vṛndāvana are the cups through which we repeatedly drink the nectarean, intoxicating beverage of the honey of Your lotus feet.