Krsna Kirtana Songs
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Name: Aju Ki Ananda Viyanidhi
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Author: Ghanasyama Dasa
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āju ki ānanda vidyānidhi ghare
rādhikā janama caritā gāne
nāce se āveśe śacīsūta
ki upamā āna
cāri pāśe gopa-veśe parikara
kāndhe bhāra phire aṅgane raṅge
navanīta dadhi haridrādi dei
hāsi ḥasi sabe sabhāra ange
mṛdaṅga mandirā śankha karatāla
nānā vādya vādaka bhāle
se madhura dhvani bedaye gagana
ke ṇā nāce dhik dhik dhennānā
vividha maṅgala kare nārikūla
pulakita cita ululu diyā
vṛṣabhānupura sama śobhā bhaṇe
ghanaśyāma sukhe uthale hiyā
1) What happiness there is today in the house of Pundarika
Vidyanidhi! Singing about the pastimes of the birth
of Radhika, Gaura, the son of Mother Saci, dances in ecstasy. What can that new style of dancing
be compared to?
2) All around him, the Lord’s associates in the dress of cowherd boys
carry pots on their shoulders in a joking mood. Mixing butter and yogurt with
turmeric they laughingly smear it on everyone’s body.
3) The sweet sounds of the musicians playing the mṛdaṅga
drums, small and large cymbals, and conch shells, fills
the air. Who is not dancing to the beat of 'dhik dhik dhennānā'?
4) In ecstasy, the ladies evoke auspiciousness by making the sound 'ululu'. The abode of Pundarik Vidyanidhi has become as beautiful as the home of Maharaja Vrishabhanu. The poet Ghanasyama
writes this song with a heart overflowing with joy.
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UPDATED: May 10, 2009