Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 47, Text 15

SB 10.47.15

divi bhuvi ca rasayam kah striyas tad-durapah
 kapata-rucira-hasa-bhru-vijrmbhasya yah syuh
carana-raja upaste yasya bhutir vayam ka
 api ca krpana-pakse hy uttamah-sloka-sabdah
In heaven, on earth or in the subterranean sphere, what women are unavailable to Him? He simply arches His eyebrows and smiles with deceptive charm, and they all become His. The supreme goddess herself worships the dust of His feet, so what is our position in comparison? But at least those who are wretched can chant His name, Uttamahsloka.
Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti states that Radharani’s speech, expressing all the feelings of a disappointed lover, indicates an intensity of love for Sri Krsna surpassing even that of the goddess of fortune. While all the gopis are perfectly compatible with Sri Krsna in terms of their beauty, temperament and so on, Srimati Radharani is especially so. In Her forlorn state, Radharani indicates to Krsna, “You are called Uttamahsloka because You are merciful to the wretched and fallen, but if You would be merciful to Me, then You would actually deserve this exalted name.”
Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti further points out that in this verse, Srimati Radharani expresses Her spite born of pride, accuses Krsna of being a cheater and finds fault with His behavior. Thus this verse contains speech known as ujjalpa, as described in the following verse of the Ujjvala-nilamani (14.188):
hareh kuhakatakhyanam
sasuyas ca tad-aksepo
 dhirair ujjalpa iryate
“The declaration of Lord Hari’s duplicitous nature in a mood of spite born of pride, together with jealously spoken insults directed against Him, has been termed ujjalpa by the wise.”
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 47, Text 14
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