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Song Name: Hay Moradas Hechas De Joyas

Official Name: None

Author: Atulananda Acarya

Book Name: None

Language: Spanish

 

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LYRICS:

(1)

Hay moradas hechas de joyas y árboles de deseos,

y Surabhis pastando en praderas y cerros,

y mil Lakshmis lo sirven con gran anhelo,

Govinda, yo Te adoro, ¡Oh Señor Supremo!

 

(2)

Su flauta toca, y Sus ojos abre cual loto,

nube azul Su tez y adorna una pluma Su corona,

a mil cupidos encanta Su ser tan bello,

Govinda, yo Te adoro, ¡Oh Señor Supremo!

 

(3)

Su guirnalda con la luna se mece, y Su flauta

adorna las manos de quien en amores pasa,

es Syama curvado en tres, dulce y eterno,

Govinda, yo Te adoro, ¡Oh Señor Supremo!

 

(4)

¡Oh uno! infalible, no nacido e ilimitado,

desde el principio un joven fresco y lozano,

del Veda Te ocultas, pero no del Bhakta sincero,

Govinda, yo Te adoro, ¡Oh Señor Supremo!

 

(5)

Con Sri Radha y las Gopis su alegría crece,

en pasatiempos de amor, donde el Rasa florece,

en Goloka vive y es de sus vidas el dueño,

Govinda, yo Te adoro, ¡Oh Señor Supremo!

 

(6)

Los santos lo ven absortos en el corazón,

con ojos ungidos en devoción y amor,

a Syamasundara el de gracias pleno,

Govinda, yo Te adoro, ¡Oh Señor Supremo!

 

(7)

Como Rama y muchos otros Avataras,

bajas al mundo y por Tu gracia nos salvas,

pero Krsna viene como el Ser Supremo,

Govinda, yo Te adoro, ¡Oh Señor Supremo!

 

TRANSLATION

1) I worship Govinda, the primeval Lord, who is adept in playing on His flute, with blooming eyes like lotus petals with head decked with peacock's feather, with the figure of beauty tinged with the hue of blue clouds, and His unique loveliness charming millions of Cupids.

 

2) I worship Govinda, the primeval Lord, round whose neck is swinging a garland of flowers beautified with the moon-locket, whose two hands are adorned with the flute and jeweled ornaments, who always revels in pastimes of love, whose graceful threefold-bending form of Syamasundara is eternally manifest.

 

3) I worship Govinda, the primeval Lord, whose transcendental form is full of bliss, truth, substantiality and is thus full of the most dazzling splendor. Each of the limbs of that transcendental figure possesses in Himself, the full-fledged functions of all the organs, and eternally sees, maintains and manifests the infinite universes, both spiritual and mundane.

 

4) I worship Govinda, the primeval Lord, who is inaccessible to the Vedas, but obtainable by pure unalloyed devotion of the soul, who is without a second, who is not subject to decay, is without a beginning, whose form is endless, who is the beginning, and the eternal purusha; yet He is a person possessing the beauty of blooming youth.

 

5) I worship Govinda, the primeval Lord, residing in His own realm, Goloka, with Radha, resembling His own spiritual figure, the embodiment of the ecstatic potency possessed of the sixty-four artistic activities, in the company of Her confidantes [sakhis], embodiments of the extensions of Her bodily form, permeated and vitalized by His ever-blissful spiritual rasa.

 

6) I worship Govinda, the primeval Lord, who is Syamasundara, Krishna Himself with inconceivable innumerable attributes, whom the pure devotees see in their heart of hearts with the eye of devotion tinged with the salve of love.

 

7) I worship Govinda, the primeval Lord, who manifested Himself personally as Krishna and the different avataras in the world in the forms of Rama, Nrisimha, Vamana, etc., as His subjective portions.

 

REMARKS/EXTRA INFORMATION:

This is the Spanish translation of the song “Isvara Parama Krsna.” The verses in this song correspond to Verses 3 to 6, and 11 to 13. In terms of the original text, this is verses 29 to 32, and 39 to 41 of Chapter 5 of the Brahma Samhita.

 

UPDATED: November 7, 2015