श्रिया च देव्या मुनिभि: ससात्वतै: ।
यद् गोपिकानां कुचकुङ्कुमाङ्कितम् ॥ ८ ॥
śriyā ca devyā munibhiḥ sa-sātvataiḥ
go-cāraṇāyānucaraiś carad vane
yad gopikānāṁ kuca-kuṅkumāṅkitam
yat — which (lotus feet); arcitam — worshiped; brahma-bhava — by Brahmā and Śiva; ādibhiḥ — and other; suraiḥ — demigods; śriyā — by Śrī; ca — also; devyā — the goddess of fortune; munibhiḥ — by the sages; sa-sātvataiḥ — along with the devotees; go — the cows; cāraṇāya — for tending; anucaraiḥ — together with His companions; carat — moving about; vane — in the forest; yat — which; gopikānām — of the cowherd girls; kuca — from the breasts; kuṅkuma — by the red kuṅkuma powder; aṅkitam — marked.
Those lotus feet are worshiped by Brahmā, Śiva and all the other demigods, by the goddess of fortune, and also by the great sages and Vaiṣṇavas. Upon those lotus feet the Lord walks about the forest while herding the cows with His companions, and those feet are smeared with the kuṅkuma from the gopīs’ breasts.