ná¹lokaá¹ ramayÄm Äsa
mÅ«rtyÄ sarvÄá¹ ga-ramyayÄ
bhoja - assisted by the Bhoja dynasty; vá¹á¹£á¹i - and by the Vá¹á¹£á¹is; andhaka - and by the Andhakas; madhu - and by the Madhus; ÅÅ«rasena - and by the ÅÅ«rasenas; daÅÄrhakaiá¸¥ - and by the DaÅÄrhakas; ÅlÄghanÄ«ya - by the praiseworthy; Ä«hitaá¸¥ - endeavoring; ÅaÅvat - always; kuru-sá¹Ã±jaya-pÄá¹á¸ubhiá¸¥ - assisted by the PÄá¹á¸avas, Kurus and Sá¹Ã±jayas; snigdha - affectionate; smita - smiling; Ä«ká¹£ita - being regarded as; udÄraiá¸¥ - magnanimous; vÄkyaiá¸¥ - the instructions; vikrama-lÄ«layÄ - the pastimes of heroism; ná¹-lokam - human society; ramayÄm Äsa - pleased; mÅ«rtyÄ - by His personal form; sarva-aá¹ ga-ramyayÄ - the form that pleases everyone by all parts of the body.
The words ná¹lokaá¹ ramayÄm Äsa mÅ«rtyÄ sarvÄá¹ ga-ramyayÄ are significant. Ká¹á¹£á¹a is the original form. BhagavÄn, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, is therefore described here by the word mÅ«rtyÄ. The word mÅ«rti means âform.â Ká¹á¹£á¹a, or God, is never impersonal; the impersonal feature is but a manifestation of His transcendental body (yasya prabhÄ prabhavato jagad-aá¹á¸a-koá¹i). The Lord is narÄká¹ti, exactly resembling the form of a human being, but His form is different from ours. Therefore the word sarvÄá¹ ga-ramyayÄ informs us that every part of His body is pleasing for everyone to see. Apart from His smiling face, every part of His body â His hands, His legs, His chest â is pleasing to the devotees, who cannot at any time stop seeing the beautiful form of the Lord.