1. 21

    तासामतिविहारेण श्रान्तानां वदनानि सः । प्रामृजत्करुणः प्रेम्णा शन्तमेनाङ्गपाणिना ।। १०-३३-२१ ।।

    Seeing that the gopīs were fatigued from conjugal enjoyment, my dear King, merciful Kṛṣṇa lovingly wiped their faces with His comforting hand. ।। 10-33-21 ।।

  2. 22

    गोप्यः स्फुरत्पुरटकुण्डलकुन्तलत्विड्गण्डश्रिया सुधितहासनिरीक्षणेन । मानं दधत्य ऋषभस्य जगुः कृतानि पुण्यानि तत्कररुहस्पर्शप्रमोदाः ।। १०-३३-२२ ।।

    The gopīs honored their hero with smiling glances sweetened by the beauty of their cheeks and the effulgence of their curly locks and glittering golden earrings. Overjoyed from the touch of His fingernails, they chanted the glories of His all-auspicious transcendental pastimes. ।। 10-33-22 ।।

  3. 23

    ताभिर्युतः श्रममपोहितुमङ्गसङ्गघृष्टस्रजः स कुचकुङ्कुमरञ्जितायाः । गन्धर्वपालिभिरनुद्रुत आविशद्वाः श्रान्तो गजीभिरिभराडिव भिन्नसेतुः ।। १०-३३-२३ ।।

    Lord Kṛṣṇa’s garland had been crushed during His conjugal dalliance with the gopīs and colored vermilion by the kuṅkuma powder on their breasts. To dispel the fatigue of the gopīs, Kṛṣṇa entered the water of the Yamunā, followed swiftly by bees who were singing like the best of the Gandharvas. He appeared like a lordly elephant entering the water to relax in the company of his consorts. Indeed, the Lord had transgressed all worldly and Vedic morality just as a powerful elephant might break the dikes in a paddy field. ।। 10-33-23 ।।

  4. 24

    सोऽम्भस्यलं युवतिभिः परिषिच्यमानः प्रेम्णेक्षितः प्रहसतीभिरितस्ततोऽङ्ग । वैमानिकैः कुसुमवर्षिभिरीड्यमानो रेमे स्वयं स्वरतिरत्र गजेन्द्रलीलः ।। १०-३३-२४ ।।

    My dear King, in the water Kṛṣṇa found Himself being splashed on all sides by the laughing gopīs, who looked at Him with love. As the demigods worshiped Him by showering flowers from their airplanes, the self-satisfied Lord took pleasure in playing like the king of the elephants. ।। 10-33-24 ।।

  5. 25

    ततश्च कृष्णोपवने जलस्थलप्रसूनगन्धानिलजुष्टदिक्तटे । चचार भृङ्गप्रमदागणावृतो यथा मदच्युद्द्विरदः करेणुभिः ।। १०-३३-२५ ।।

    Then the Lord strolled through a small forest on the bank of the Yamunā. This forest was filled to its limits with breezes carrying the fragrances of all the flowers growing on the land and in the water. Followed by His entourage of bees and beautiful women, Lord Kṛṣṇa appeared like an intoxicated elephant with his she-elephants. ।। 10-33-25 ।।