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Song Name: Hay Suprema Gracia En Los Dos Hermanos

Official Name: Gaura Nityanander Daya

Author: Atulananda Acarya

Book Name: None

Language: Spanish

 

LYRICS:

(1)

Hay suprema gracia en los dos hermanos,

Nitai y Gourachandra,

Ellos son la joya de los avatares,

un proceso gozoso han dado

 

(2)

Adora, adora a Caitanya Nitay,

con toda fe y firmeza,

Los placeres deja y prueba el néctar

de cantar Hari Hari

 

(3)

Mira mi hermano, en el mundo no hay

tan gran misericordia,

los animales lloran, se ablandan las piedras

al escuchar sus glorias

 

(4)

En el mundo sumido, no estoy atraído,

no hay en ya esperanza,

sufro así de Yama, su justo castigo

dice Lochana das

 

TRANSLATION

1) The two Lords, Nitai-Gauracandra, are very merciful. They are the essence of all incarnations. The specific significance of these incarnations is that They introduced a process of chanting and dancing that is simply joyful.

 

2) My dear brother, I request that you just worship Lord Caitanya and Nityananda with firm conviction and faith. If one wants to be Krsna conscious by this process, one has to give up his engagement in sense gratification. One simply has to chant, "Hare Krsna! Hari Hari!" without any motive.

 

3) My dear brother, just try and examine this. Within the three worlds there is no one like Lord Caitanya or Lord Nityananda. Their merciful qualities are so great that upon hearing Them even birds and beasts cry and stones melt.

 

4) But Locana dasa regrets that I am entrapped by sense gratification. Since I have no attraction for the lotus feet of Lord Caitanya and Lord Nityananda, then Yamaraja, the superintendent of death, is punishing me by not allowing me to be attracted by this movement.

 

REMARKS/EXTRA INFORMATION:

This is the translation of the song “Parama Karuna.”

 

UPDATED: June 26, 2009