SB 10.71.26

dorbhyāṁ pariṣvajya ramāmalālayaṁ
 mukunda-gātraṁ nṛ-patir hatāśubhaḥ
lebhe parāṁ nirvṛtim aśru-locano
 hṛṣyat-tanur vismṛta-loka-vibhramaḥ
dorbhyām — with his arms; pariṣvajya — embracing; ramā — of the goddess of fortune; amala — faultless; alayam — the abode; mukunda — of Lord Kṛṣṇa; gātram — the body; nṛ-patiḥ — the king; hata — destroyed; aśubhaḥ — all of whose bad fortune; lebhe — achieved; parām — the highest; nirvṛtim — joy; aśru — tears; locanaḥ — in whose eyes; hṛṣyat — exhilarated; tanuḥ — whose body; vismṛta — forgetting; loka — of the mundane realm; vibhramaḥ — the illusory affairs.
The eternal form of Lord Kṛṣṇa is the everlasting residence of the goddess of fortune. As soon as King Yudhiṣṭhira embraced Him, the King became free of all the contamination of material existence. He immediately felt transcendental bliss and merged in an ocean of happiness. There were tears in his eyes, and his body shook due to ecstasy. He completely forgot that he was living in this material world.

The above translation is taken from Śrīla Prabhupāda’s Kṛṣṇa.