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Song Name: Jaya Krta Mathura Pravesa

Official Name: Volume 2 Chapter 50 Verse 131

Author: Jiva Goswami

Book Name: Gopala Campu

Language: Sanskrit

 

LYRICS:

(1)

jaya kṛta-mathurā-praveśa-bhāvuka

māthura-janatā-subhagam-bhāvuka

 

(2)

nānā-vilasita-nandita-nāgara

nagara-vadhū-jana-mohana-nāgara

 

(3)

sa-rajaka-kaḿsaka-vasanādāyaka

kṛta-ruci-vāyini nija-ruci-dāyaka

 

(4)

bhakta-gaṇe dhṛta-karuṇā-pūraka

mālākara-manoratha-pūraka

 

(5)

tanu-tata-kubjā-candana-citraka

kubjā-vakrima-hṛti-kṛta-citraka

 

(6)

kaḿsa-makha-sthita-dhanur-anuyojaka

nagara-janānām sukha-śata-yojaka

 

(7)

kaḿsa-dhanur-makha-dhanur-anubhańgada

tad-asahanoddhata-yoddhṛṣu bhańgada

 

(8)

hastipam anu nija-vartma-samardaka

tasmin dhṛta-ruṣi hasti-vimardaka

 

(9)

bhrātrā saha kari-danta-vibhūṣaṇa

rańgam praviśan bhoja-vibhūṣaṇa

 

(10)

gaja-raktādibhir ańgaḿ paricita

bahu-vidha-bhāvair vividhaḿ paricita

 

(11)

jagati samantād aprati-mallaka

kaḿsāgre hata-tat-pratimallaka

 

(12)

sadasi samaste nāsti-samohana

malla-naṭana-kṛta-viśva-vimohana

 

(13)

kaḿsaja-guru-nindana-kampākula

dṛṣṭi-vikīrṇa-dyuti-śampākula

 

(14)

pluti-līlākṛta-mańca-kṣobhaka

krīḍā-vikrama-kaḿsa-kṣobhaka

 

(15)

sahasā mańcat kaḿsa-nipātaka

tena dhvasta-tri-jagat-pātaka

 

(16)

akhila-janānāḿ duḥkha-vimokṣada

kaḿsasyāpi ca sahasā mokṣada

 

(17)

mocita-vasudevādika-bandhaka

sādhu-sukhaḿ prati dhṛta-nirbandhaka

 

(18)

viśrāntiḿ prati kaḿsākarṣaka

vyańjita-nija-bala-valayotkarṣaka

 

(19)

kaḿsa-pitari nija-rājya-nidhāyaka

nija-yaśasākhila-śarma-vidhāyaka

 

(20)

vrajatah poṣyākhila-nistāraka

punar api ca vraja-sukha-vistāraka

 

(21)

jaya jaya jaya jaya jaya jaya jaya jaya

jaya jaya jaya jaya jaya jaya jaya jaya

vira

 

TRANSLATION

1) Glory to You, O Lord who gracefully entered Mathura, O Lord who delighted the people of Mathura, . . .

 

2) O Lord whose pastimes delighted the people of the city, O hero who enchanted the women of Mathura, . . .

 

3) O Lord who took Kamsa's garments from a washerman, O Lord who gave Your own splendor to a tailor that pleased You, . . .

 

4) O Lord flooded with mercy for Your devotees, O Lord who fulfilled a florist's desires, . . .

 

5) O Lord whose body a hunchback girl artistically anointed with sandal paste, O Lord who removed the girl's crookedness and made her wonderfully beautiful, . . .

 

6) O Lord who asked about the bow in Kamsa's yajna-arena, O Lord who brought a hundred happiness to the people of Mathura, . . .

 

7) O Lord who broke the bow in Kamsa's dhanur-yajna, O Lord who defeated many ferocious and invincible warriors, . . .

 

8) O Lord whose path was blocked by an elephant driver, O Lord who crushed the angry elephant, . . .

 

9) O Lord who, in Your brother's company and decorated with the elephant's tusk, entered the arena, O ornament of the Bhoja dynasty

 

10) O Lord whose body was sprinkled with drops of the elephant's blood, O Lord who was seen in different ways by the different groups in the arena, . . .

 

11) O Lord undefeated by anyone in the universe, O Lord who killed the wrestlers as Kamsa looked on, . . .

 

12) O Lord whose unprecedented power bewildered the whole assembly, O Lord whose graceful battle with the wrestlers charmed everyone,

 

13) O Lord who shook with anger as Kamsa offended his elders, O Lord whose glance was a glittering thunderbolt, . . . .

 

14) O Lord who playfully jumped into the royal box, making in shake, O Lord whose playful power made Kamsa shake in fear, . . .

 

15) O Lord who violently threw Kamsa from the royal box, O Lord who killed Kamsa, the greatest sinner in the three worlds, . . .

 

16) O Lord who removed everyone's sufferings, O Lord who at once gave liberation to Kamsa, . . .

 

17) O Lord who released Vasudeva and the others from their shackles, O Lord eager to please Your devotees, . . .

 

18) O Lord who, to prove that he was dead, dragged Kamsa here and there, O Lord who revealed that You are the strongest of the strong.

 

19) O Lord who returned the kingdom to Kamsa's father (Ugrasena), O Lord whose fame delighted the entire world, . . . .

 

20) O Lord who protect Your dependents, O Lord who will again bring happiness to Vraja, . . .

 

21) O hero, glory, glory, glory, glory, glory, glory, glory, glory, glory, glory, glory, glory, glory, glory, glory, glory to You!

 

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UPDATED: June 27, 2009