सानुषु क्षितिभृतो व्रजदेव्य: ।
हर्षयन् यर्हि वेणुरवेण
जातहर्ष उपरम्भति विश्वम् ॥ १२ ॥
मन्दमन्दमनुगर्जति मेघ: ।
श्छायया च विदधत् प्रतपत्रम् ॥ १३ ॥
sānuṣu kṣiti-bhṛto vraja-devyaḥ
harṣayan yarhi veṇu-raveṇa
jāta-harṣa uparambhati viśvam
manda-mandam anugarjati meghaḥ
suhṛdam abhyavarṣat sumanobhiś
chāyayā ca vidadhat pratapatram
saha-balaḥ — together with Balarāma; srak — a flower garland; avataṁsa — as the ornament on His head; vilāsaḥ — playfully wearing; sānuṣu — on the sides; kṣiti-bhṛtaḥ — of a mountain; vraja-devyaḥ — O goddesses of Vṛndāvana (gopīs); harṣayan — creating joy; yarhi — when; veṇu — of His flute; raveṇa — by the resounding vibration; jāta-harṣaḥ — becoming joyful; uparambhati — causes to relish; viśvam — the entire world; mahat — against a great personality; atikramaṇa — of a transgression; śaṅkita — fearful; cetāḥ — in his mind; manda-mandam — very gently; anugarjati — thunders in response; meghaḥ — the cloud; suhṛdam — upon his friend; abhyavarṣat — has rained down; sumanobhiḥ — with flowers; chāyayā — with his shade; ca — and; vidadhat — providing; pratapatram — an umbrella as protection from the sun.
O goddesses of Vraja, when Kṛṣṇa is enjoying Himself with Balarāma on the mountain slopes, playfully wearing a flower garland on the top of His head, He engladdens all with the resonant vibrations of His flute. Thus He delights the entire world. At that time the nearby cloud, afraid of offending a great personality, thunders very gently in accompaniment. The cloud showers flowers onto his dear friend Kṛṣṇa and shades Him from the sun like an umbrella.