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Song Name: Sakra Sravita Bhaumatikrama

Official Name: Volume 2 Chapter 18 Verse 98

Author: Jiva Goswami

Book Name: Gopala Campu

Language: Sanskrit

 

LYRICS:

(1)

śakra-śrāvita-bhaumātikrama

vakra-kṣmāpati-mathi-prakrama

 

(2)

bhāmā-lakṣita-tārkṣya-rohaṇa

nāmābhāṣaka-pāpa-drohaṇa

 

(3)

kāmād bhūmija-durga-prekṣaka

rāmā-kautuka-dāna/pekṣaka

 

(4)

vīrotkampaka-durgā-mardaka

durgā-locana-citra-niṣevaka

 

(5)

sṛṣṭa-kṣmā-mukha-bhūta-prakṣaya

dṛṣṭa-kṣmā-suta-sarvāntaḥ-kṣaya

 

(6)

kṣaiteyaḿ prati nijiṣṇu-krama

daiteyaḿ laghu taḿ ghnan niṣklama

 

(7)

tat-putrāya ca rāṣṭrādy-arpaka

yat kutrāpy anu-bhaktaḿ tarpaka

 

(8)

kanyānām api tāsāḿ pāraka

dhanyānāḿ nija-bhājāḿ tāraka

 

(9)

deva-kṣmā-pati-sac-chalā-pūjita

deva-kṣmāruha-hṛti-vāchācita

 

(10)

taḿ karṣas tarum indra-prāvṛta

ańka-sthāńgana-yuddhe cādṛta

 

(11)

jitvā taḿ tarum urjad-vikrama

hitvā vāsavaḿ udyad-vibhrama

 

(12)

yatnāprāpita-tac-chatrādika

ratnakṣmādhara-hṛl-līlādhika

 

(13)

bhakta-prīti-da tat-tad-viḍ-jaya

sakta-sva-vrajam āptas tvaḿ jaya. vīra.

 

TRANSLATION:

1) O Lord who defeated many crooked-hearted kings, O Lord who heard from Indra of Bhaumasura's conquests, . . .

 

2) O Lord the dim reflection of whose holy name destroys all sins, O Lord who flew on Garuda with Satyabhama, . . .

 

3) O Lord who gazed at Bhaumasura's great fortress, O Lord who knew that Satyabhama expected a gift, . . .

 

4) O Lord who became surprised to gaze at that fort, O Lord whose ferocious attack on that fort made the greatest heroes tremble, . . .

 

5) O Lord who destroyed Bhaumasura's fortifications, O Lord who destroyed everything in the range of Bhaumasura's sight, . . .

 

6) O Lord who yearned to crush Bhaumasura, O Lord who easily killed him, . . .

 

7) O Lord who gave the kingdom to Bhaumasura's son, O Lord who pleased that son, who was a great devotee, . . .

 

8) O Lord who delivered the girls kept captive there, O Lord who made them fortunate and happy, . . .

 

9) O Lord who was then worshiped by the demigods and brahmanas, O Lord who then desired to take a parijata tree from the demigods, . . .

 

10) O Lord who took a parijata tree, O Lord whom was attacked by Indra and then worshiped in a great battle, . . .

 

11) O powerful Lord who defeated Indra and took the parijata tree, . . .

 

12) O Lord who took the unattainable parasol of Varuna and many other things, O Lord who playfully took a jewel mountain, . . .

 

13) O Lord who give spiritual love to Your devotees, O Lord who defeat all the enemies, O Lord who stay always in Vraja, glory to You!

 

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UPDATED: July 9, 2009