Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 35, Text 02-03


SB 10.35.2-3

sri-gopya ucuh
 valgita-bhrur adhararpita-venum
komalangulibhir asrita-margam
 gopya irayati yatra mukundah
vyoma-yana-vanitah saha siddhair
 vismitas tad upadharya sa-lajjah
 kasmalam yayur apasmrta-nivyah
The gopis said: When Mukunda vibrates the flute He has placed to His lips, stopping its holes with His tender fingers, He rests His left cheek on His left arm and makes His eyebrows dance. At that time the demigoddesses traveling in the sky with their husbands, the Siddhas, become amazed. As those ladies listen, they are embarrassed to find their minds yielding to the pursuit of lusty desires, and in their distress they are unaware that the belts of their garments are loosening.
Srila Jiva Gosvami states that this chapter consists of a collection of statements the gopis made at various times as they stood in small groups here and there in Vrndavana.
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