नन्दगोपालबालश्च भगवान् दर्शनं ददौ |
नवनीतप्रियः कृष्णो यशोदालालितो हरिः ||
दिगम्बरो दिव्यरूपः शार्दूलनखभूषितः |
कज्जलालिप्तनयनः कुटिलालककुन्तलः ||
हिन्दोलान्दोलितो नित्यं कलाभाषणतत्परः ||
नवीननीदश्यामो नानाक्रीडनकावृतः |
सार्वभौमोsर्भकाणाञ्च सर्वाभरणभूषितः ||
भक्तिमेव परां लेभे वात्सल्यरसवर्धिनीम् ||
श्रीवल्लभस्य चरितं यः पथेच्छ्रुणुयादपि |
तस्य श्रीनाथपादाब्जे प्रेमभक्तिर्दृढा भवेत् ||
There, Lord Krishna, the beloved young son of Nandagopa, fond of fresh butter, the bewitchingly handsome king of children gave darshan to Shri Vallabha. He had the complexion of fresh rain-bearing clouds and bright dark curls of hair beautifying His face. He had applied kajal to His beautiful eyes. He was adorned with various ornaments like a necklace with a tiger-claw pendant and a jewel of small tinkling bells. He was a digambara. He appeared as the most loving child seated in a cradle with a number of toys around Him. Shri Vallabha's eyes dazzled with untold happiness at the darshan of this form of Shri Krishna. As a result, his devotion got further strengthened with the blending of material love for Shri Krishna. One who reads or listens to the life story of Shri Vallabha attains unflinching devotion to the holy feet of Shrinatha.
Thus ends Chapter Two entitled 'Shri Vallabhacharya Charitam II' of Book VII of Shri Vaishnava Samhita composed by Shri Shri Krishna Premi Swamigal.