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Song Name: Suna Suna Ohe Nara Suna Sabadhane

Official Name: Sri Vrndaranyer Sri Yoga Pithe Sa Parikar Sri Govinder

Author: Gunaraj Khan

Book Name: Krsna Vijaya

Language: Bengali

 

LYRICS:

(1)

śuna śuna ohe nara śuna sābadhāne

āra dine āra krīḍā kaila nārāyaṇe

 

(2)

dwādaśa batsara haite krīḍe gadādhar

caudda batsera belā dekhite sundar

 

(3)

kiśora bayasa kṛṣṇa jaubanera chaṭā

śyāmasundara kṛṣṇa jena jaladhara-pāṭā

 

(4)

kalpa-taru mūle cinta kari ekeśwar

joga-pīṭhe basi kare āsana sundar

 

(5)

tāhāra upare basi āche nanda-bālā

pūrṇimāra candra jena udaya ṣola kālā

 

(6)

gopī-gaṇera sṛṣṭi ṣoḍaśa nāyikā

ṣoḍaśa nāyikā sṛṣṭe ekalā rādhikā

 

(7)

bāma-pārśwe rādhikā dakṣiṇe candrāvalī

āśa-pāśe jūthe jūthe ramaṇī-maṇḍalī

 

(8)

cintāmaṇi mandirera cāri-khāna dwār

paścima mukhete prabhu rādhā-kāntera bār

 

(9)

cāri-dwāre cāri-dwārī se cāri goyāl

kṛṣṇera samāna beśa dekhite rasāl

 

(10)

śrīdāmā goyāla dwārī paścime duyāre

pūrbete sudāmā dwārī dāmā uttare

 

(11)

dakṣiṇe dwārete dwārī kińkiṇīka nām

ānandete bṛndābane bihāraye kān

 

(12)

cintāmaṇi mandire bālak lākhe lākhe

subala-ādi bālaka saba mandira rākhe

 

(13)

nānā alańkāra śobhe gale bana-mālā

kṛṣṇera samāna beśa jāne nānā kalā

 

(14)

keha kāla keha gaura sabāi kiśor

ańgera kiraṇa tāńra ati se ujor

 

(15)

māthāya māyūra-pucchā gońjā manohar

sakala goyālā sei kṛṣṇera sodar

 

(16)

kāńkhe śińgā hāte beṇu kare kare bet

kaṭi-taṭe dhaṭī śobhe saba pāṭa śwet

 

(17)

kṛṣṇera ānande ānanda saba goyāl

su-swarete gīta gāya dhariyā se tāl

 

(18)

kṛṣṇera sebiyā saba kṛṣṇa-gata-citta

mandire beḍiyā saba gāya nānā-gīta

 

(19)

sei mandira mājjhe krīḍā kare nanda-bālā

candane sajjita ańga gale bana-mālā

 

(20)

śirete māyūra-pucch/e hāte mohana-baḿśī

surańga adhare tāra mṛdu-manda hāsi

 

(21)

brajāńganā-beṣṭita nāgar śiromaṇi

pańcama ālāpe gopī manohara dhwani

 

TRANSLATION

1) O people, please hear. Please hear. With great attention please hear of another pastime Lord Narayana enjoyed on another day.

 

2) From the ages of twelve years to fourteen years in His pastimes, Krsna became very handsome.

 

3) In His kaisora and yauvana age Krsna was dark and handsome like a splendid monsoon cloud.

 

4) I meditate on the handsome Supreme Personality of Godhead, who sits under a kalpa-vrksa tree in the spiritual world.

 

5) Above Him is a beautiful full moon.

 

6) He is accompanied by sixteen beautiful gopis, among whom Radha is the first.

 

7) On His left is Radha. On His right is Candravali. On every side are group after group of beautiful gopis.

 

8) Behind Radha's beloved Krsna is a great cintamani jewel palace with four gates.

 

9) The four gates had four gopa gatekeepers, each one charming and handsome like Lord Krsna Himself.

 

10) At the western gate the gatekeeper is Sridama. At the eastern gate the gatekeeper is Sudama. At the northern gate the gatekeeper is Dama.

 

11) At the southern gate the gatekeeper is Kinkinika. Within the gates is Vrndavana, where Krsna enjoys many blissful pastimes.

 

12) Millions and millions of gopa boys assist Subala and the other gatekeepers in protecting the cintamani jewel palace.

 

13) Decorated with various ornaments, learned in various arts, and forest garlands around their necks, these gopas look like Lord Krsna Himself.

 

14) Some are dark. Others are fair. All are in the prime of youth. All have limbs that are splendid and glorious.

 

15) Wearing gunja necklaces and peacock-feather crowns, all the gopas are charming and handsome like Lord Krsna Himself.

 

16) At each waist is a buffalo-horn bugle. In one hand is a flute and the other a stick. A graceful white cloth decorates each waist.

 

17) When Krsna is happy, all the gopas are happy. They clap their hands and sing with sweet voices.

 

18) They serve Krsna. Their hearts are surrendered to Krsna. Surrounding Krsna in that palace, they sing many songs.

 

19) His limbs anointed with sandal paste and a forest garland around His neck, Nanda's son Krsna enjoys many pastimes in that palace.

 

20) On His head is a peacock feather. In His hand is a charming flute. On His playful lips is a sweet smile.

 

21) Surrounded by the girls of Vraja, Krsna is the crest jewel of playful lovers. The gopis sing to Him sweet songs in the fifth note.

 

REMARKS/EXTRA INFORMATION:

This song is sung in Raga Sri.

 

UPDATED: July 10, 2009