etÄá¸¥ paraá¹ tanu-bhá¹to bhuvi gopa-vadhvo
govinda eva nikhilÄtmani rÅ«á¸ha-bhÄvÄá¸¥
vÄÃ±chanti yad bhava-bhiyo munayo vayaá¹ ca
kiá¹ brahma-janmabhir ananta-kathÄ-rasasya
etÄá¸¥ - these women; param - alone; tanu - their bodies; bhá¹taá¸¥ - maintain successfully; bhuvi - on the earth; gopa-vadhvaá¸¥ - the young cowherd women; govinde - for Lord Ká¹á¹£á¹a; eva - exclusively; nikhila - of all; Ätmani - the Soul; rÅ«á¸ha - perfected; bhÄvÄá¸¥ - ecstatic loving attraction; vÄÃ±chanti - they desire; yat - which; bhava - material existence; bhiyaá¸¥ - those who are afraid of; munayaá¸¥ - sages; vayam - we; ca - also; kim - what use; brahma - as a brÄhmaá¹a or as Lord BrahmÄ; janmabhiá¸¥ - with births; ananta - of the unlimited Lord; kathÄ - for the topics; rasasya - for one who has a taste.
ÅrÄ«la ViÅvanÄtha CakravartÄ« explains that here the term brahma-janmabhiá¸¥, âbrahminical births,â refers to the threefold birth by (1) seminal parenthood, (2) sacred-thread initiation and (3) sacrificial initiation. These cannot compare to pure Ká¹á¹£á¹a consciousness.