व्रजाङ्गनानां दिवमस्पृशद् ध्वनि: ।
निरस्यते येन दिशाममङ्गलम् ॥ ४६ ॥
vrajāṅganānāṁ divam aspṛśad dhvaniḥ
dadhnaś ca nirmanthana-śabda-miśrito
nirasyate yena diśām amaṅgalam
udgāyatīnām — who were loudly singing; aravinda — like lotuses; locanam — (about the Lord) whose eyes; vraja-aṅganānām — of the women of Vraja; divam — the sky; aspṛśat — touched; dhvaniḥ — the reverberation; dadhnaḥ — of the curds; ca — and; nirmanthana — of the churning; śabda — with the sound; miśritaḥ — mixed; nirasyate — is dispelled; yena — by which; diśām — of all directions; amaṅgalam — the inauspiciousness.
As the ladies of Vraja loudly sang the glories of lotus-eyed Kṛṣṇa, their songs blended with the sound of their churning, ascended to the sky and dissipated all inauspiciousness in every direction.
The gopīs were absorbed in thought of Kṛṣṇa and were thus feeling His presence. Therefore they could joyfully sing.