अन्ये च तन्मुखसरोजमुदारहास-
स्निग्धेक्षणं नृप पपुर्दृशिभिर्नृनार्य: ॥ २० ॥
anye ca tan-mukha-sarojam udāra-hāsa-
snigdhekṣaṇaṁ nṛpa papur dṛśibhir nr-nāryaḥ
ānarta — the people of Ānarta (the region in which Dvārakā is situated); dhanva — the desert (of Gujarat and Rajasthan); kuru-jāṅgala — the region of the Kuru forests (the districts of Thaneswar and Kurukṣetra); kaṅka — Kaṅka; matsya — Matsya (the kingdoms of Jaipur and Aloyar); pāñcāla — the districts surrounding both banks of the Ganges; kunti — Mālava; madhu — Mathurā; kekaya — in northeast Punjab, the region between the Śatadru and Vipāśā rivers; kośala — the ancient kingdom of Lord Rāmacandra, stretching from the northern border of Kāśī to the Himālayas; arṇāḥ — and the kingdom bordering Mithilā on the east; anye — others; ca — also; tat — His; mukha — face; sarojam — lotus; udāra — generous; hāsa — with its smiles; snigdha — and affectionate; īkṣaṇam — glances; nṛpa — O King; papuḥ — drank; dṛśibhiḥ — with their eyes; nṛ-nāryaḥ — the men and women.
The men and women of Ānarta, Dhanva, Kuru-jāṅgala, Kaṅka, Matsya, Pañcāla, Kunti, Madhu, Kekaya, Kośala, Arṇa and many other kingdoms drank with their eyes the nectarean beauty of Lord Kṛṣṇa’s lotuslike face, which was graced with generous smiles and affectionate glances.