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SB 10.53.36

kṛṣṇam āgatam ākarṇya
 vidarbha-pura-vāsinaḥ
āgatya netrāñjalibhiḥ
 papus tan-mukha-paṅkajam
Synonyms: 
kṛṣṇam — Lord Kṛṣṇa; āgatam — come; ākarṇya — hearing; vidarbha-pura — of the capital city of Vidarbha; vāsinaḥ — the residents; āgatya — coming; netra — of their eyes; añjalibhiḥ — with the cupped palms; papuḥ — they drank; tat — His; mukha — face; paṅkajam — lotus.
Translation: 
When the residents of Vidarbha-pura heard that Lord Kṛṣṇa had come, they all went to see Him. With the cupped palms of their eyes they drank the honey of His lotus face.