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Song Name: Navadvipa Gagane Uyala Dina Rati
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Author: Balarama Dasa
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nabadvipa-gagane uyala dina rati
ghana rase sincala sthala-cara jati
dekha dekha gaura jalada abatara
barikhaye preme amiya anibara
tad-abadhi jaga-bhari dura-dina bhora
hari-rase dagamaga jaga-jana bhora
nacata unamata bhakata mayura
abhakata bheka royata jale bura
bhakati lata tina bhubana beyapa
uttama adhama saba prema-phala paba
kirtana kulisa roga banacari
jnanase o ghana garaje bidari
cita bilopi kasila karama bhujanga
niramila o kali-mada dahana taranga
tapita cataka tirapita bhela
dasa-dika sabahum nadi rahi
dubala abani kaho nahi thama
samsarera acale rahalu balarama
1) Staying in the sky of Navadvipa, a monsoon cloud day and night showers nectar rains on the moving and unmoving beings.
2) Look! Look! The monsoon cloud of Lord Gaura has descended to this world! Without stop It showers the nectar of ecstatic spiritual love.
3) Now the whole world is filled with rain. Now the people are plunged in the nectar of Lord Krsna’s glories.
4) Now the wild-peacock devotees dance. Even the beggar non-devotees are plunged in the nectar waters.
5) Nourished by the rains, the vine of bhakti grows very large and fills the three worlds. Everyone, from the highest to the lowest, will taste the fruit of divine love that grows on that vine.
6) The monsoon cloud of Lord Gaura hurls a thunderbolt of kirtana, a thunderbolt that falls on the imposter sannyasis. The roaring cloud hurls another thunderbolt, a thunderbolt that breaks the impersonalists into pieces.
7) Another thunderbolt cleaves in two the snake of karma’s heart. Then Kali-yuga’s bewildering illusions are drowned in that monsoon’s flooding waves of nectar.
8) The thirsty cataka birds of the devotees are all delighted by drinking the nectar falling from that monsoon cloud. Now the ten directions are filled with flooding rivers of nectar.
9) The whole world is plunged in the flooding nectar of ecstatic spiritual love. There is no escape. Only Balarama dasa has escaped. Standing on the dry mountain peak of repeated birth and death, he has escaped that flood.
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UPDATED: July 4, 2009