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Song Name: Gauranga Kartosiu Kada Bus Taip

Official Name: None

Author: Anonymous

Book Name: None

Language: Lithuanian

 

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LYRICS:

(1)

gauranga kartosiu kada bus taip plaukai pasišiaušę kūno

hari hari kartosiu i š akių liesis ašaros

 

(2)

ir kada Viešpaties Nityanandos mėnulis malonę suteiks

materialaus gyvenimo rato troškimai mano kada menki taps

 

(3)

materialų tenkinimąsi paliksiu kada tyras taps protas

kada aš pamatysiu Šri Vrindavaną

 

(4)

Rūpos Raghunathos pėdų būsiu trokštąs

kada aš suprasiu šią Radha-Krišnos Poros meilę

 

(5)

Rūpos Raghunathos pėdos telieka mano troškimas

maldą kartoja nuolat Narottama dasa

 

TRANSLATION

1) When will that opportune moment come to us, when there will be shivering of the body as soon as we chant Lord Gauranga's name?  While chanting Hare Krsna, when will there be tears in the eyes? 

 

2) When will I obtain the mercy of Lord Nityananda-candra?  When, by His mercy will the desire for material enjoyment become very insignificant? 

 

3) When the mind is completely purified, being freed from material anxieties and desires, then I shall be able to understand Vrndavana and the conjugal love of Radha and Krsna, and then my spiritual life will be successful. 

 

4) When shall I be very much eager to study the books left by the Six Gosvami's, headed by Srila Rupa Gosvami and Srila Raghunatha dasa Gosvami?  By their instruction I shall be able to properly understand the loving affairs of Radha and Krsna. 

 

5) My only aspiration is to attain the lotus feet of the Six Gosvamis headed by Srila Rupa Gosvami and Srila Raghunatha dasa Gosvami.  Narottama dasa constantly prays to attain their lotus feet.

 

REMARKS/EXTRA INFORMATION:

This is a Lithuanian poetic translation of the song “Gauranga Bolite Habe Pulaka Sarira.”

 

UPDATED: October 10, 2017