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Song Name: Duti Vidurya Komala Kathanam
Official Name: Volume 6 Song 12
Author: Rupa Goswami
Book Name: Stavamala
dūti vidūraya komala-kathanam
punar abhidhāsye na hi madhumathanam
tava cańcala-matir ayam agha-hantā
śaṭha-carito 'yaḿ tava vana-mālī
tava harir eṣa nirańkuśa-narmā
(Refrain) Messenger, throw these sweet words far away. Never again will I speak to Krsna.
1) Your Krsna is fickle at heart. All directions are anointed with My supreme, peaceful steadiness.
2) Your Krsna, who wears a garland of forest flowers, is a scoundrel. I am gentle-hearted. I preserve My family's good name.
3) Your Lord Hari likes rowdy jokes. I carefully follow the eternal path of religion.
Remarks/ Extra Information:
Srila Jiva Gosvami explains that, filled with jealous anger, Srimati Radharani sings this song to a gopi messenger.
This song is to be sung in Raga Asavari.
UPDATED: June 25, 2009