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Song Name: Kanca Se Sonara Tanu Dagamagi Anga

Official Name: None

Author: Ananta Acarya

Book Name: None

Language: Bengali

 

LYRICS:

(1)

kanca se sonara tanu dagamagi anga

canda-badane hasi amiya taranga

 

(2)

abani bilambita bana-mala

saurabha bedhala madhukara jala

 

(3)

ubha-dwaya bhuja-para khara-sara capa

hera-ite ripu-gana tharahari kampa

 

(4)

duraba-dala tula nakha bidha saja

manimaya kankana balaya biraja

 

(5)

tad-adhahi duhum jaladhara syama

tahi sobhe mohana murali anupama

 

(6)

nakha mani bidhu jini talahi suranga

mani abharana tahe murache ananga

 

(7)

tad-adhahi karahi kamandalu danda

yahe kali kalura paranda khanda

 

(8)

giri sae ure mani moti bilola

sribastankita kaustubha dola

 

(9)

malayaja maya-ura parisara pina

nabhi gabhira kati kesari krina

 

(10)

basana suranga carana paryanta

pada nakha nichani dasa ananta

 

TRANSLATION

1) His youthful golden form staggers in ecstasy. His moonlike face smiles with waves of nectar.

 

2) His forest garland reaches to the ground. His sweet fragrance attracts swarms of bees.

 

3) In one set of hands He holds a bow and sharp arrows. Seeing them, His enemies tremble in fear.

 

4) These arms are dark like durva grass. They have ornaments of claws. His jewel bracelets and anklets glisten.

 

5) Below these is another pair of arms. These arms are dark like monsoon clouds. In these hands He plays peerless charming melodies on the flute.

 

6) These nails defeat a host of jewel moons. Decorated with jewel ornaments, they make Kamadeva faint in ecstasy.

 

7) Below these is another pair of arms. In these hands He holds a danda and kamandalu. Into pieces these arms break Kali-yuga’s sins and offenses.

 

8) A necklace of jewels and pearls sways to and fro on the mountain of His chest. A Kaustubha jewel sways to and fro on His chest marked with Srivatsa.

 

9) His sandal-paste-anointed arms rest at the edge of His chest. His navel is deep. His waist is slender like a lion’s waist.

 

10) His garments reach to reddish feet. Ananta dasa worships the nails on His toes.

 

REMARKS/EXTRA INFORMATION:

This is based on Raga Dhanasri.

 

UPDATED: June 28, 2009