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Song Name: Sundari Pasya Milati Vanamali
Official Name: Volume 6 Song 23
Author: Rupa Goswami
Book Name: Stavamala
sundari paśya milati vana-mālī
divase pariṇatim upagacchati sati nava-nava-vibhrama-śālī
kala-muralī-ruti-kṛta-tāvaka-ratir atra dṛg-anta-tarańgī
cāru-sanātana-tanur anurańjana-kārī suhṛd-gaṇa-sańgī
Refrain: Beautiful one, look! As the day comes to an end the eternally playful Lord who wears a garland of forest flowers comes before us.
1) The nectar of His smile extinguishes the burning anguish of the young gopis' eyes. His splendid peacock feather crown moves in the gentle breeze. He is playful and generous.
2) His garland of blossomed lotuses is flooded with dust raised by the cows. His complexion is splendid as a host of suddenly blossomed blue lotuses.
3) He delights you with the sweet muse of His flute. His sidelong glances are waves. His eternal form is handsome. He is charming. He stays with His friends.
Srila Jiva Gosvami explains that this song describes Lord Krsna return to Vraja from the forest at the end of the day.
This song is to be sung in Raga Malhara.
UPDATED: July 10, 2009