SB 9.18.8

tā jalāśayam āsādya
 kanyāḥ kamala-locanāḥ
tīre nyasya dukūlāni
 vijahruḥ siñcatīr mithaḥ
Word for word: 
tāḥ — they; jala-āśayam — to the lakeside; āsādya — coming; kanyāḥ — all the girls; kamala-locanāḥ — with eyes like lotus petals; tīre — on the bank; nyasya — giving up; dukūlāni — their dresses; vijahruḥ — began to sport; siñcatīḥ — throwing water; mithaḥ — on one another.
Translation: 
When the young, lotus-eyed girls came to the bank of a reservoir of water, they wanted to enjoy by bathing. Thus they left their clothing on the bank and began sporting, throwing water on one another.