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Song Name: Jaya Jaya Gauracander Aratiko Sobha (Sri Gaura Arotik)

Author: Bhaktivinoda Thakura

Book Name: Gitavali

Language: Bengali

 

LYRICS:

(1)

jaya jaya–all glories, all glories!; gaurācānder–of the moonlike Lord Caitanya; āratiko śobhā–the beautiful ārati ceremony; jāhnavī-taṭavane–in a grove on the banks of the Ganges river; jaga-mana-lobhā– attracting the minds of all living entities in the universe.

 

(2)

dakhiṇe nitāi-cānd–on His right side is the moonlike Lord Nityānanda; vāme gadādhara–on His left is Srī Gadādhara; nikaṭe advaita–nearby stands Srī Advaita; śrīnivāsa chatra-dhara–and Srīvāsa Thākura is holding an umbrella.

 

(3)

bosiyāche–is sitting; gorācānd–Lord Gaura-candra; ratna-siḿhāsane– upon a jeweled throne; ārati korena–performing the ārati ceremony; brahmā-ādi deva-gaṇe–the demigods, headed by Lord Brahmā.

 

(4)

narahari-ādiNarahari Sārakāra and other associates; kori' cāmara ḍhulāya–fanning Him with cāmara whisks; sañjaya-mukunda-vāsu-ghoṣ-ādi–the devotees headed by Sañjaya, Mukunda and Vāsu Ghoṣa; gāya–are singing.

 

(5)

śańkha bājeconchshells resound; ghaṇṭā bāje–bells resound; bāje karatāla–hand-cymbals resound; madhura mṛdańga bāje–sweet clay drums resound; parama rasāla–supremely sweet and relishable to hear.

 

(6)

bahu-koṭi–many millions; candra–of moons; jini' –conquering; vadana ujjvala–the brilliance of Lord Caitanya's face; gala-deśe–around His neck; vana-mālā–the garland of forest flowers; kore jhalamala–shines.

 

(7)

śiva-śuka-nārada–Lord Siva, Sukadeva Gosvāmī, and Nārada Muni; preme–with the ecstasy of transcendental love; gada-gada–their voices are choked; bhakativinoda–thus Thākura Bhaktivinoda; dekhe–beholds; gorāra sampada–the glory of Lord Caitanya

 

UPDATED: June 15, 2009

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