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Song Name: Tulasi Malati Yuthi Amalaka Kunda Tathi

Official Name: Vrndavaner Saundarya

Author: Gunaraj Khan

Book Name: Krsna Vijaya

Language: Bengali

 

LYRICS:

(1)

tulasī mālatī yūthī   āmalaka kunda tathi'

marubaka cāmpā nāgeśwar

aḍilā bakula-mālī   madhukara kare keli

gandha jhiṇṭi ketakī keśar

 

(2)

aśoka bāsaka keyā   kiḿśuka rańgila cūyā

śephalikā bṛkṣera upar

apūrba pākāḍi tāla   nārikela tamāla

rāmaguyā dekhite sundar

 

(3)

śimali panasa śata   guya jalapāi kata'

kāmarāńgā rakta-candan

arjuna khejura kṣīrī   bikaśita bahu āri

nabāḍī hetālera ban

 

(4)

nānā barṇera bṛkṣa pātā   kothāha mādhavī latā

nānā puṣpa nāda manohar

śārī-śuka nāda pure   māyūra pekhama dhare

nānā bṛkṣa dekhite sundar

 

(5)

kańcana-pārula-phule   kuńja-guńja-śata-dale

kanaka-campaka manohar

padma-nīlotpala-dale   śāluka kumuda jale

śiyālite śobhe sarobar

 

TRANSLATION

1) Vrndavana is fragrant with many tulasi, malati, yuthi, amalaka, kunda, tathi, marubaka, campa, nageswar, adila, bakula-mali, jhinti, ketaki, and kesara flowers where many bumblebees play.

 

2) Vrndavana is very beautiful with many asoka, basaka, keya, kimsuka, rangila, cuya, sephalika, pakadi, tala, narikela, tamala, and ramaguya trees.

 

3) Vrndavana is beautiful with many groves of hundreds of blossoming simali, panasa, guya, jalapai, kamaranga, rakta-candana, arjuna, khejura, ksiri, nabadi, aned hetala trees.

 

4) Vrndavana is beautiful with trees of many colors and kinds, blossoming madhavi vines, many beautiful flowers, and the singing of parrots, and great-tailed peacocks.

 

5) Vrndavana is beautiful with many golden-colored blossoming flowers, gunja bushes, golden campaka flowers, lotus flowers, water lilies, siyalita flowers, and graceful lakes.

 

REMARKS/EXTRA INFORMATION:

This song is sung in Raga Koda.

 

UPDATED: July 4, 2009