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Author: Gunaraj Khan
Year: Post 1500
The Krsna Vijaya, or the “Victorious Krsna”, is a text written one of the Muslim-born devotees of Krsna, Gunaraja Khan. There are eleven songs describing the early pastimes of Krsna in a prayer form. The lilas covered are the Mangalacarna (starting prayer), Garbha Stuti (prayer to womb of Devaki bearing Krsna), Caturbhuja Rupa Varnana (description of the four-armed form of Krsna), Kubera-putra-dwayer Sri Krsna-stava (The Redemption of the sons of Kubera as Arjuna Trees), Kaliya Nager Stri Stava (Prayers by the wives of the Kaliya), Brahmar Stava (Prayers by Brahma), Sri Krsner Prati Indrer Stava (Prayers by the defeated Indra to Krsna), Vipra Patni Ganer Sri Krsna Stava (Prayers by the wives of the brahmanas), Vrndavana Saundarya (the beauty of Vrndavana), Krsner Rupa Varnan (The description of Krsna), and Sri Vrndaranyer Sri Yoga-pithe Sa-parikar Sri Govinder (description of Krsna and His pastimes with gopas and gopis). The songs listed here are based on alphabetical order.
UPDATED: July 24, 2010