"Madhutara... saghana hai."
The sakhi urges Radha with a new intensity through a reference to the incessant cries of cuckoo birds and the rich gleam of Radha's pearl white teeth. She tells Radha:
"Revel where cries of flocking cuckoos sweetly sound
Your teeth glow like a string of pearls."
The artist repeats his composition of alternating bowers. There are four in the painting, two with Krsna inside and Radha and the sakhi outside, a third with Krsna and Radha facing each other, and a fourth empty. The white floral decorations may be seen as the pictorial counterpart of the reference to pearls. The painting is sophisticated in its formal execution.