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Song Name: Tvam Pundraka Slista Sandista

Official Name: Volume 2 Chapter 21 Verse 68

Author: Jiva Goswami

Book Name: Gopala Campu

Language: Sanskrit

 

LYRICS:

(1)

tvaḿ puṇḍraka-śliṣṭa-sandiṣṭa-vismera

vācātata-dhvaḿsi-vāk-pāṭava-smera

 

(2)

naṭyābha-tad-veṣam udraṣṭum utkaṇṭha

śańkha-dhvani-grāma-visphori-sat-kaṇṭha

 

(3)

sānandam āgatya sandṛṣṭa-tad-deśa

taḿ draṣṭum atyartham udyamya sāveśa

 

(4)

antardhim atrātha tat-sainyam uddhūya

tan-mukhya-sammukhya-karyāya sambhūya

 

(5)

samveṣam utprekṣya tatrālam utprāsā

pratyarpaṇāyeva sad-dhāmni cakrāsā

 

(6)

tasyāśuci-vidhvastamas tasya tatrātha

mitra-cchidākāri-nārāca-sannātha

 

(7)

kāśī-narādhīśa-mūrdhānam utkṛtya

kāśyāḿ nirasyāpi sampūrṇa-tat-kṛtya

 

(8)

svāvāsam āsādya lekhāpta-saḿsańga

tat-putra-kṛtyāgnim ākarṇya sad-rańga

 

(9)

pārśva-stham ādiśya cakraḿ ca sa-krīḍa

mitrāt parājitya lekhāsu sa-vrīḍa

 

(10)

kāśīśa-putrābhicāraḿ parāvartya

cakreṇa kāśyādi dagdhaḿ ca nirvartya

 

(11)

yāḿ dvārakām āśu yāsi sma tam eva

hitvā vraje bhāsi vṛndāṭavī-deva

 

TRANSLATION

1) O Lord who was very surprised to hear Paundraka's double-edged words, O Lord who smiled and refuted all of Paundraka's assertions, . . .

 

2) O Lord eager to see Paundraka dressed as an actor, O Lord who sounded the transcendental conchshell, . .

 

3) O Lord who happily approached Paundraka, O Lord eager to see Paundraka, . . .

 

4) O Lord who destroyed Paundraka's army, O Lord who stood face-to-face with Paundraka, . . .

 

5) O Lord who loudly laughed to see Paundraka dressed like Lord Visnu, O Lord who, as if to return it to its proper owner, threw the cakra at Paundraka, . . .

 

6) O Lord who removed Paundraka's impurity, O Lord who with arrows killed Paundraka's friend, the King of Kasi, . . .

 

7) O Lord who cut off the head of Kasi's king and threw it into Kasi City, . . .

 

8) O Lord who returned to Your own home in Dvaraka, O Lord who, in the company of Your devotees heard that Kasiraja's son had sent a fire-demon to destroy Dvaraka, . . .

 

9) O Lord who threw Your cakra, which easily defeated the fire-demon, . . .

 

10) O Lord whose cakra made the fire-demon sent by Kasiraja's son turn around and burn Kasi to ashes, . . .

 

11) O Lord You then returned to Dvaraka. O Lord of Vrndavana forest, leaving Dvaraka behind, You again shine with great splendor in the land of Vraja.

 

REMARKS/EXTRA INFORMATION:

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UPDATED: July 4, 2009