र्व्यरोचतैणाङ्क इवोडुभिर्वृत: ॥ ४३ ॥
vyarocataiṇāṅka ivoḍubhir vṛtaḥ
tābhiḥ — with them; sametābhiḥ — who were all joined together; udāra — magnanimous; ceṣṭitaḥ — He whose activities; priya — affectionate; īkṣaṇa — by His glances; utphulla — blossoming; mukhībhiḥ — whose faces; acyutaḥ — the infallible Lord; udāra — with broad; hāsa — smiles; dvija — of His teeth; kunda — (like) jasmine flowers; dīdhatiḥ — showing the effulgence; vyarocata — He appeared splendid; eṇa-aṅkaḥ — the moon, who bears marks resembling a black deer; iva — like; uḍubhiḥ — by stars; vṛtaḥ — surrounded.
Among the assembled gopīs, the infallible Lord Kṛṣṇa appeared just like the moon surrounded by stars. He whose activities are so magnanimous made their faces blossom with His affectionate glances, and His broad smiles revealed the effulgence of His jasmine-bud-like teeth.
The word acyuta here indicates that Lord Kṛṣṇa did not fail to give pleasure to each and every gopī in the nocturnal assembly.