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Song Name: Gopinath! Amara Upaya Nai

Author: Bhaktivinoda Thakura

Book Name: Kalyana Kalpataru

Language: Bengali

 

LYRICS:

(1)

gopināth; āmāra upāya nāi–I have no means of success; tumi kṛpā kori'–having bestowed Your mercy upon me; āmāre loile–if You take me; saḿsāre–from this world; uddhāra pāi–then I will obtain deliverance.

 

(2)

gopināth; poḍechi–I have fallen; māyāra phere–into the perils of material illusion; dhana–wealth; dāra–wife; suta–and sons; ghireche āmāre–have surrounded me; kāmete–absorbed in lust; rekheche jere–is wasting me away.

 

(3)

gopināth; mana–the mind; je–which; pāgala–is crazy; mora–my; māne–it does not care; śāsana–for any authority; sadā acetana–always senseless; viṣaye–in worldly affairs; ro'yeche–has remained; ghora–the dark pit.

 

(4)

gopināth; hāra–defeat; je–which; menechi āmi–I have accepted; aneka jatana–all of my various endeavors; hoilo biphala–were totally useless; ekhano–now; bharasā tumi–You are the only hope.

 

(5)

gopināth; kemone–how?; hoibe gati–shall I make any advancement; prabala indriya–the powerful senses; bośī-bhūta–has come under the control; mana–my mind; chāḍe–and does not abandon; viṣaya-rati–its attachment to materialism.

 

(6)

gopināth; hṛdoye–in the core of my heart; bosiyā–after sitting down; mora manake–my mind; śamiyā–subduing; laho–please take me; nija pāne–to Yourself; ghucibe–will be relieved; vipada ghora–the horrible dangers of this world.

 

(7)

gopināth; anātha dekhiyā more–seeing me so helpless; tumi hṛṣīkeśa–You are Hṛṣīkeśa, the Lord of the senses; hṛṣīka damiyā–controlling these senses of mine; tāro'he–oh please deliver!; saḿsṛti-ghore–from this dark and perilous worldly existence.

 

(8)

gopināth; galāya–around my neck; legeche–is fixed; phāńsa–the noose of materialism; kṛpā-asi–the sword of Your mercy; dhori' –taking up; bandhana chediyā–and cutting this bondage; vinode–this Bhaktivinoda; koroho dāsa–make him Your humble servant.

 

UPDATED: June 15, 2009