यमुनोपवने रेमे सेविते स्त्रीगणैर्वृत: ॥ १८ ॥
sevite strī-gaṇair vṛtaḥ
pūrṇa — full; candra — of the moon; kalā — by the rays; mṛṣṭe — bathed; kaumudī — of lotus flowers that open in the moonlight; gandha — (bearing) the fragrance; vāyunā — by the wind; yamunā — of the Yamunā River; upavane — in a garden; reme — He enjoyed; sevite — served; strī — women; gaṇaiḥ — by many; vṛtaḥ — accompanied.
In the company of numerous women, Lord Balarāma enjoyed in a garden by the Yamunā River. This garden was bathed in the rays of the full moon and caressed by breezes bearing the fragrance of night-blooming lotuses.
Śrīla Viśvanātha Cakravartī explains that Lord Balarāma’s conjugal pastimes took place in a small forest alongside the Yamunā, a place known as Śrīrāma-ghaṭṭa, which is far from the site of Śrī Kṛṣṇa’s rāsa dance.