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Song Name: Madhuripur Adya Vasante
Official Name: Volume 6 Song 38
Author: Rupa Goswami
Book Name: Stavamala
madhuripur adya vasante
khelati gokula-yuvatibhir ujjvala-puṣpa-sugandha-dig-ante
dhṛta-candrāvali-cāru-karāńgulir iha nava-campaka-mālī
nava-śaśi-rekhā-likhitāvaśākhā-tanur atha lalitā-sańgī
paśya sanātana-mūrtir ayaḿ ghana-vṛndāvana-ruci-kārī
Refrain: Now, in springtime filled with the fragrance of splendid flowers, Lord Krsna enjoys pastimes with the gopis of Gokula.
1) He wears a garland of fresh campaka flowers. He has become a festival of transcendental bliss. Radha' kisses the moon of His mouth and Candravali holds Him with her graceful fingers.
2) He draws new moons on Visakha's body. He embraces Lalita. He places His arm around Syama. He enjoys pastimes with Padma.
3) He is embraced by Bhadra. He is decorated with kunkuma fallen from Saibya. Look! The transcendental form of the eternal Personality of Godhead enjoys pastimes in Vrndavana.
This song is sung in Raga Basant.
UPDATED: July 4, 2009