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Song Name: Krsnotkirtana Gana Nartana (Sri Sadgosvamyastakam)

Author: Srinivasa Acarya

Book Name: None

Language: Sanskrit

 

LYRICS:

(1)

kṛṣṇa–of Kṛṣṇa; utkīrtana–loud chanting; gāna–singing; nartana–dancing; parau–they who are absorbed; prema-amṛta–the nectar of love of God; ambhaḥ-nidhī–like oceans; dhīra-adhīra-jana–to the gentle and the ruffians; priyau–they who are dear; priya-karau–they who are all-pleasing; nirmatsarau–they who are non-envious; pūjitau–they who are all-worshipable; śrī-caitanya–of Srī Caitanya; kṛpā-bharau–they who are bearing the mercy; bhuvi–in the world; bhuvaḥ–of the world; bhāra–the burden; avahantārakau–they who dispel; vande–I offer my respectful obeisances; rūpa–to Srī Rūpa Gosvāmī sanātanau–and to Srī Sanātana Gosvāmī raghu-yugau–to the two Raghus : Srī Raghunātha Bhaṭṭa Gosvāmī and Srī Raghunātha dāsa Gosvāmī śrī-jīva–to Srī Jīva Gosvāmī gopālakau–and to Srī Gopāla Bhaṭṭa Gosvāmī.

 

(2)

nānā-śāstra–various scriptures; vicāraṇa–in scrutinizingly studying; eka-nipuṇau–they who are uniquely expert; sat-dharma–eternal religious principles; saḿsthāpakau–they who are the establishers; lokānām–of all human beings; hita-kārinau–they who are the performers of beneficial activities; tri-bhuvane–throughout the three worlds; manyau–they who are worthy of honor; śaraṇyākarau–they who are worth taking shelter of; rādhā-kṛṣṇa–of Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa; pada-aravinda–at the lotus feet; bhajana-ānandena–in the bliss of worship; matta-ālikau–they who are intoxicated with the mood of the gopīs...

 

(3)

śrī-gaurāńga–of Lord Caitanya; guṇa–the qualities; anuvarṇana–in narrating; vidhau–in the process; śraddhā–of faith; samṛddhi–with an abundance; anvitau–they who are endowed; pāpa-uttāpa–the distress of sinful reactions; nikṛntanau–they who remove; tanu-bhṛtām–of those souls who are embodied; govinda–about Lord Govinda; gāna-amṛtaiḥ–by the nectarean songs; ānanda-ambudhi–the ocean of transcendental bliss; vardhana–increasing; eka-nipuṇau–they who are totally expert; kaivalya-nistārakau–they who are the saviors from impersonal liberation...

 

(4)

tyaktvā–having given up; tūrṇam–quickly (after being summoned by Lord Caitanya); aśeṣa–all; maṇḍala-pati-śreṇīm–the aristocracy of upper-class society; sadā–always; tuccha-vat–as insignificant; bhūtvā–having become; dīna-gaṇa–of the poor people; īśakau–they who are the protectors; karuṇayā–out of mercy; kaupīna–loincloths; kanthā–and tattered quilts; āśritau–they who have accepted; gopī-bhāva–the mood of the gopīs; rasa-amṛta-abdhi–the ocean of nectar-mellows; laharī-kallola–in the ripples and waves; magnau–they who are absorbed; muhuḥ–always and repeatedly...

 

(5)

kūjat–cooing; kokila–of cuckoos; haḿsa–of swans; sārasa–and of cranes; gaṇa–flocks; ākīrṇe–crowded; mayūra–with peacocks; ākule–in the constantly agitated  motion;  nānā-ratna–with various jewels; nibaddha-mūla–bound around their bases; viṭapa–the trees; śrī-yukta–endowed with splendor; vṛndāvane–in the forest of Vṛndāvana; rādhā-kṛṣṇam–of Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa; ahaḥ-niśam–day and night; prabhajatau–they who are engaged in enthusiastic worship; jīva–upon the living entities; arthadau–they who bestow the ultimate goal of life; yau–they who; mudā–with great delight...

 

(6)

sańkhyā-pūrvaka–in a scheduled measurement; nāma-gāna–singing the holy name; naṭibhiḥ–and by bowing down; kāla-avasānī-kṛtau–they who passed their time in doing such; nidra-āhāra–sleeping and eating; vihāraka-ādi–recreation and so forth; vijitau–they who have conquered; ca–and; atyanta-dīnau–they who are extremely meek and humble; ca–and; yau–they who; rādhā-kṛṣṇa–of Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa; guṇa-smṛteḥ–in remembrance of the qualities; madhurimā–of the sweetness; ānandena–by the bliss; sammohitau–they who are fully enchanted...

 

(7)

rādhā-kuṇḍa–of the lake Rādhā-kuṇḍa; taṭe–on the bank; kalinda-tanayā–of the daughter of Mt. Kalinda (the Yamunā river); tīre–on the bank; ca–also; vaḿśī-vaṭe–at the banyan tree called Vaḿśī-vaṭa; prema-unmāda–the madness of love of God; vaśāt–by the force; aśeṣa-daśayā–by limitless ecstatic symptoms; grastau–they who are seized; pramattau–they who are madmen; sadā–always; gāyantau–they who sing; ca–and; kadā–sometimes; hareḥ–of Lord Hari; guṇa-varam–the excellent qualities; bhāva–in ecstasy; abhibhūtau–they who are overwhelmed; mudā–with great delight...

 

(8)

he rādhe–O Rādhā!; vraja-devike–O Queen of Vraja!; ca–and; lalite–O Lalitā Sakhī!; he nanda-sūno–O son of Nanda Mahārāja!; kutaḥ–where are you?; śrī-govardhana–on beautiful Govardhana Hill; kalpa-pādapa-tale–at the base of the desire-trees; kālindī-vanye–in the forest on the bank of the Yamunā river; kutaḥ–where are you?; ghoṣantau–they who are shouting; iti–thus; sarvataḥ–everywhere; vraja-pure–in the realm of Vraja; khedaiḥ–by distress; mahā-vihvalau–they who are greatly agitated…

 

UPDATED: June 15, 2009