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Song Name: Dhule Dhule Gora Chanda

Official Name: None

Author:  Traditional

Book Name: None

Language: Bengali





ḍhule ḍhule gorā chāńda

hari guṇa gāi

āsiyā vṛndāvane

nace gaura rāy



vṛndāvaner tarur latā

preme koy hari kathā

nikuńjer pākhi guli

hari nām sonāi



gaura bole hari hari

śārī bole hari hari

mukhe mukhe śuka śārī

hari nām gāi



hari nāme matta hoye

harīṇa āsiche deī

mayur mayurī preme

nāciyā khelāy



prāṇe hari dhyāne hari

hari bolo badan bhori

harinām geye geye

rase gale jāi



āsiyā jamunār kule

nāce hari hari bole

jamunā uṭhole ese

caraṇa dhoyāi



1) The moonlike Lord Gaura Chanda arrives in Vrndavana while dancing, swaying to and fro, and singing the glories of Lord Hari.


2) The creepers adorning the trees of Vrndavana are overwhelmed with ecstatic love, and they are speaking about the glories of Lord Hari. Flocks of birds who live in the groves are singing the name of Lord Hari.


3) Lord Gaura says, “Hari! Hari!” a female parrot responds, “Hari! Hari!” and then all male and female parrots start singing a loud chorus of the name of Hari.


4) Becoming intoxicated by the holy name, the deer come forward from out of the forest. The peacocks and peahens are dancing and frolicking in ecstatic love.


5) Lord Hari is in His heart, Lord Hari is in His meditation, and He always chants the name of Hari with His voice. Gaura Chanda is intoxicated by ecstatic mellows and rolls around on the ground while singing and singing Harinama.


6) Arriving on the bank of the Yamuna River, He dances wildly while chanting “Hari! Hari!” Mother Yamuna becomes so ecstatic that she arises and comes forward to wash Lord Gauranga’s feet.


Remarks/ Extra Information:

This rare Bangladeshi Gaura bhajan was popularized by Vaiyasaki Das through his 1986 album “Caitanya Candra.” It was rendered in Raga Misra Gara in Prabhupada Tala.


Some renditions of this song will have the first words as “jhule jhule gorā chāńda” instead of “ḍhule ḍhule gorā chāńda.”



    Dhule Dhule Goracanda


UPDATED: June 29, 2018