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Song Name: Aparupa Gaura Biraja
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Author: Balarama Dasa
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aparupa gaura biraja
sri-nabadwipa nagara giri-kandare kesari-raja
kali-yuga matta matangaja maradane
kumati karini dure
pamara duragata nama motima sata
dama kantha bhari dela
bhaye akula animadi magi-kula
puna-bata garaba teyaga
tyaga yaga yama tirikhi barata sama
sasa jambuki jarijati
balarama dasa kahe ata-eba se jama-maha
hari hari sabada kheyati
(Refrain) The wonderful fair lion of Lord Gaura now enters the mountain cave that is the town of Navadvipa.
1) The wild elephants of Kali-yuga have fled. The deer of wicked thoughts are now far away. They who in the past were sinful and misled now wear necklaces strung with hundreds of pearls of the holy names.
2) Hearing that lion’s roar of sankirtana, the tigers of sins become terrified and the deer of anima and other yogic powers renounce all their pride.
3) The rabbits and jackals of renunciation, yajna, self-control, vows, and equanimity are all afraid. Balarama dasa says: This comes from the glory of Lord Gaura’s chanting “Hari! Hari!”
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UPDATED: June 25, 2009