उद्वहिष्यामि तांस्तेऽहं स्वबन्धुभिररिन्दम ॥ ३६ ॥
grāmyān kāmān abhīpsase
udvahiṣyāmi tāṁs te ’haṁ
diṣṭyā — fortunately for me; āgataḥ asi — you have come here; bhadram — all auspiciousness; te — unto you; grāmyān — sensual; kāmān — desired enjoyable objects; abhīpsase — you want to enjoy; udvahiṣyāmi — I shall supply; tān — all of them; te — unto you; aham — I; sva-bandhubhiḥ — with all my friends; arim-dama — O killer of the enemy.
O killer of the enemy, you have somehow or other come here. This is certainly great fortune for me. I wish all auspicious things for you. You have a great desire to satisfy your senses, and all my friends and I shall try our best in all respects to fulfill your desires.
The living entity comes down into this material world for sense gratification, and his intelligence, represented by the woman, gives him the proper direction by which he can satisfy his senses to their best capacity. In actuality, however, intelligence comes from the Supersoul, or the Supreme Personality of Godhead, and He gives full facility to the living entity who has come down to this material world. As stated in Bhagavad-gītā (2.41):
bahu-śākhā hy anantāś ca
“Those who are on the spiritual path are resolute in purpose, and their aim is one. O beloved child of the Kurus, the intelligence of those who are irresolute is many-branched.”
When a devotee is advancing toward spiritual realization, his only aim is the service of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. He does not care for any other material or spiritual activity. King Purañjana represents the ordinary living entity, and the woman represents the ordinary living entity’s intelligence. Combined, the living entity enjoys his material senses, and the intelligence supplies all paraphernalia for his enjoyment. As soon as he enters the human form, the living entity is entrapped by a family tradition, nationality, customs, etc. These are all supplied by the māyā of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Thus the living entity, under the bodily conception of life, utilizes his intelligence to his best capacity in order to satisfy his senses.