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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.43.28
gopyo 'sya nitya-mudita-
paśyantyo vividhāḿs tāpāḿs
taranti smāśramaḿ mudā
gopyaḥ — the young gopīs; asya — His; nitya — always; mudita — cheerful; hasita — smiling; prekṣaṇam — whose glance; mukham — the face; paśyantyaḥ — seeing; vividhān — of various kinds; tāpān — distress; taranti sma — transcended; aśramam — free from fatigue; mudā — happily.
The gopīs overcame all kinds of distress and experienced great happiness by seeing His face, which is always cheerful with smiling glances and ever free of fatigue.
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