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Song Name: Jaya Jaya Gurudeva Sri Bhakti Prajnana

Official Name: Gurudeva Arati

Author: Trivikrama Maharaja

Book Name: None

Language: Bengali

 

LYRICS:

(1)

jaya jaya gurudeva śrī bhakti prajāna

parama mohana-rūpa ārta-vimocana

 

(2)

mūrtimanta śrī vedānta aśubha-nāśana

bhakti grantha śrī vedānta tava vighoṣaṇa

 

(3)

vedānta samiti-dīpe śrī-siddhānta-jyoti

ārati tomāra tāhe haya niravadhi

 

(4)

śrī-vinoda-dhārā-taile dīpa prapūrita

rūpānuga-dhūpe daśa-dik āmodita

 

(5)

sarva-śāstra-sugambhīra karuṇā-komala

yugapat suśobhana vadana-kamala

 

(6)

svarṇa-kānti vinindita śrī-ańga-śobhana

yati-vāsa paridhāne jagat-kalyāṇa

 

(7)

nānā chāde sajjana cāmara ḍhulāya

gaura-jana ucca-kaṇṭhe sumadhura gāya

 

(8)

sumańgala nīrājana kare bhakta-gaṇa

duramati dūra haite dekhe trivikrama

 

TRANSLATION

1) All glories, all glories to our divine master, Sri Srimad Bhakti Prajnana Kesava Maharaja, whose supremely charming figure is the shelter for suffering humanity...

 

2) ...who is the very embodiment of Vedanta, who is the annihilator of everything inauspicious, and who boldly declared that Sri Vedanta is essentially a book of bhakti.

 

3) Upon the lamp of the Sri Gaudiya Vedanta Samiti, the splendid light of scriptural conclusion burns, and with that lamp your arati is perpetually performed.

 

4) That lamp is filled with the oil of Bhaktivinoda-dhara the current of the teachings flowing from Bhaktivinoda and teachings of the followers of Sri Rupa are the incense that delights the ten directions with its sweet fragrance.

 

5) His lotus face simultaneously radiates stern gravity rooted in his profound realization of all the sastras and softness born of his deep compassion.

 

6) The luster of his beautiful bodily limbs, dressed in the robes of renunciation for the welfare of the entire creation, vanquishes the effulgence of molten gold.

 

7) With many moods Sri Sajjana fans him with a camara while Sri Gaura-narayana sings very sweetly at the top of his voice.

 

8) From a distance the foolish Trivikrama beholds the devotees performing this immensely auspicious arati.

 

REMARKS/EXTRA INFORMATION:

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UPDATED: June 27, 2009