Shriiman NaaraayaNiiyam - Dashaka 100 - Shlokam 6
OM namo Vaasudevaaya
utsarpat-kausthubha shriitatibhir-aruNitam komalam kaNtha-desham
vakshhaH shriivatsa-ramyam tarala-tara- samuddiipra-haara-prataanam |
naanaa-varNa-prasuunaavali-kisalayiniim vanya-maalaam vilolal *1
lolambaam lambamaanaam-urasi tava tathaa bhaavaye ratna-maalaam ||
* vilolat + lolambaam = vilolallolambaam
I meditate (bhaavaye) on thy shapely and delicate neck (komalam kaNtha- desham)which is reddened (aruNitam) by the rays of lustre (shrii-tatibhih) radiating upwards(utsarpat) from the Kausthubha jewel which adorns your neck.
On your chest (vakshhaH) made attractive by the Srivatsa mark, there are a number of pearl necklaces (haara-prataanam) which are constantly shaking (tarala-tara) and dazzling (samuddiipra). and also (tathaa) necklaces of gems (ratna-maala).
A garland of forest flowers (vanya maalaa), made of tender sprouts (kisalayinii) and rows of flowers (prasuuna-aavali) of various colours (naanaa-varNa) , round which bees (lolamba) are hovering (vilolat) , is dangling (lambamaanaa) on your chest (tava urasi).
May this divine form of yours be firmly imprinted in my consciousness.
1. According to the Amarakosha , the word haara is to be used only for a necklace made of pearls like muktaahaara. A garland made of gems, or flowers, is called a maalaa . Ratna- maalaa, pushhpa-maalaa, etc.
2. Kausthubha is a gem that came out of the ocean at the time of amR^ta mathana.
3. Srivatsam is a kind of mole or mark (made by twirling hair) on the chest of Shri VishNu