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Song Name: Ore Vrndavaner Nanda Dulal
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ore vṛndāvaner nanda dulāl
rākhāl rājā re
rākhāliyār sūre sūre
vāḿśī bājā re (ore, vṛndāvaner)
ore gopāl tor bihone
phūte nā phūl vṛndāvane
abhiśārer ei madhuvan
emni sājā re
śrīdām sudām bhāi balarām
ḍākche āi kānāi
chorāi dhenu bājāi veṇu
āi re o bhāi āi
mā yaśodā ḍākche tore (gopāl re, prāṇer gopāl re)
nāni churā āi nā ore
boyche rādhār prema jamunā
hṛdoy mājā re
1) O dear one who belongs to Vrndavana! O darling son of Nanda Maharaja! O prince of the cowherd boys, kindly play again on Your flute so we may hear the melodies dear to all Your friends.
2) O Gopal, since You’ve left Vrndavana, the flowers have lost their desire to bloom. Still we decorate the moonlit groves of Madhuvana, hoping You will return for Your amorous rendezvous.
3) Sridama, Sudama, and Your brother Balarama are calling, “O Kanai! Please come back!” While tending the calves and playing on their flutes they entreat, “O brother! Please come home!”
4) Mother Yasoda is crying out, “O Gopal! You are my life and soul! Please come home, O butter thief!” Within the heart of Srimati Radharani, divine love for You flows like the Yamuna River.
This song was popularized by Vaiyasaki Dasa through his 1991 released album “Bhakti Ratna Mala.” It was rendered in Raga Des in Dadra Tala.
UPDATED: January 22, 2017