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Song Name: Jaya Radhe Jaya Krsna Jaya Vrndavana (I)

Author: Krsna Dasa

Book Name: None

Language: Bengali

 

LYRICS:

(1)

jaya rādhe jaya kṛṣṇa–all glories to Srī Srī Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa; jaya vṛndāvana–glories to the transcendental realm of Vṛndāvana; śrīgovinda gopīnātha madana-mohana–glories to the three presiding Deities of Vṛndāvana : Govinda, Gopīnātha and Madana-mohana.

 

(2)

śyāma-kuṇḍa–glories to the personal lake of śyāma; rādhā-kuṇḍa–glories to the personal lake of Rādhā; giri-govardhan–glories to Govardhana Hill; kālindī yamunā jaya–glories to the Yamunā river, known as Kālindī, the daughter of the Kalinda mountain; jaya mahāvana–glories to the great forest of Mahāvana, the place of Kṛṣṇa's childhood pastimes.

 

(3)

keśī-ghāṭa–glories to Keśī-ghāṭa, where Kṛṣṇa killed the horse demon; vaḿśī-vaṭa–glories to the Vaḿśī-vaṭa tree, where Kṛṣṇa sits and calls the gopīs with His flute; dvādaśa-kānana–glories to the twelve forests of Vraja; yāhā–where; saba–all; līlā–pastimes; koilo–performed; śrī-nanda- nandana–the son of Nanda Mahārāja.

 

(4)

śrī-nanda-yaśodā jaya–glories to Kṛṣṇa's divine mother and father, Nanda and Yaśodā; jaya gopa-gaṇa–glories to the assembly of cowherd boys; śrīdāmādi jaya–glories to the cowherd boy leaders headed by Srīdāmā; jaya dhenu-vatsa-gaṇa–glories to the herds of cows and calves.

 

(5)

jaya vṛṣabhānu–glories to Rādhā's father; jaya kīrtidā-sundarī–glories to Rādhā's beautiful mother; jaya paurṇamāsī–glories to the elderly Paurṇamāsī, the personality of Yogamāyā; jaya ābhīra-nāgarī–glories to the cowherd women of Vraja.

 

(6)

jaya jaya gopīśvara–glories to the presence of Lord Siva as Gopīśvara Mahādeva; vṛndāvana-mājha–in the midst of Vṛndāvana; jaya jaya kṛṣṇa-sakhā–glories, all glories to the cowherd boyfriend of Kṛṣṇa; baṭuSrī Madhumańgala; dvija-rāja–the monarch of the twice-born brāhmaṇas.

 

(7)

jaya rāma-ghāṭa–glories to the landing on the Yamunā river where Balarāma sported the rāsa—dance; jaya rohiṇī-nandana–glories to the son of Rohiṇī (Balarāma); jaya jaya vṛndāvana-vāsī–glories, all glories to the inhabitants of Vṛndāvana; yata–all; jana–the people.

 

(8)

jaya dvija-patnī–glories to the wives of the Vedic brāhmaṇas; jaya nāgakanyā-gaṇa–glories to the wives of the Kāliya serpent; bhaktite–in devotion; yāhārā–of whom; pāilo–had attained; govinda-caraṇa–the lotus feet of Govinda.

 

(9)

śrī-rāsa-maṇḍala jaya–glories to the circular arena of the rāsa—dance; jaya rādhā-śyāma–glories to Rādhā-śyāma; jaya rāsa-līlā–glories to the rāsa-līlā; sarva-manorama–which captures the minds of all.

 

(10)

jaya jayojjvala-rasa–glories to the ujjvala-rasa, the conjugal mellow; sarva-rasa-sāra–the quintessence of all ecstatic mellows; parakīyā- bhāve–in the mood of paramourship; yāhā–which; brajete pracāra–is manifest only in the realm of Vraja.

 

(11)

śrī-jāhnavā-pāda-padma–the lotus feet of Lord Nityānanda's śakti, Srī Jāhnavā-devī koriyā smaraṇa–remembering; dīna kṛṣṇadāsaDīna Duhkhi Kṛṣṇadāsa; kohe nāma-sańkīrtana–sings the names of the Lord

 

UPDATED: June 15, 2009