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Song Name: Jaya Jaya Jaga Jana Locana Phanda
Official Name: Song 6
Author: Govinda Dasa Kaviraja
Book Name: Padavali
jaya jaya jaga-jana-locana-phānda
abhinaba nīlajalada tanu ḍhala ḍhala
pińcha mukuṭa śire sājani re
kāńcana basana ratanamaya ābharaṇa
nūpura raṇaraṇi bājanī re
ańcala cańcala kusuma-śare
abicala kula ramaṇī-gaṇa mānasa
jara jara antare madana-bhare
bani bana-māla ājānu-lambita
parimale ali-kula māti rahu
bimbādhara pare mohana muralī
(Refrain) Glory, glory to the Lord who is Radha's lover, the Lord who is like a trap to catch the eyes of the world's people, the Lord who is like a moon shining in Vrndavana!
1) His form glistens like a dark new rain cloud. A peacock-feather crown adorns His head. His garments are golden. His ornaments are made of jewels. His anklets jangle.
2) His graceful eyes are two blue lotus flowers. The restless glances from His eyes' corners are arrows of flowers, arrows that wound the saintly gopis' amorous hearts.
3) A forest-flower garland hangs to His knees. Its fragrance makes the black bees wild with bliss. Placing the flute to His bimba-fruit lips, Govinda dasa's master plays enchanting melodies.
This song is sung in Raga Sri.
UPDATED: June 27, 2009