जहुर्विरहजं तापं प्राज्ञं प्राप्य यथा जना: ॥ ९ ॥
jahur viraha-jaṁ tāpaṁ
prājñaṁ prāpya yathā janāḥ
sarvāḥ — all; tāḥ — those gopīs; keśava — of Lord Kṛṣṇa; āloka — by the sight; parama — supreme; utsava — of festivity; nirvṛtāḥ — feeling joy; jahuḥ — they gave up; viraha-jam — born of their separation; tāpam — the distress; prājñam — a spiritually enlightened person; prāpya — achieving; yathā — as; janāḥ — people in general.
All the gopīs enjoyed the greatest festivity when they saw their beloved Keśava again. They gave up the distress of separation, just as people in general forget their misery when they gain the association of a spiritually enlightened person.