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Song Name: Suddha Bhakata Carana Renu

Author: Bhaktivinoda Thakura

Book Name: Gitavali

Language: Bengali

 

LYRICS:

(1)

śuddha-bhakata–of pure devotees; caraṇa-reṇu–dust from the lotus feet; bhajana-anukūla–is conducive to devotional service; bhakata-sevā– service to the Vaiṣṇavas; parama-siddhi–is the supreme perfection; prema-latikāra mūla–and the root of the creeper of divine love.

 

(2)

mādhava-tithi–the holy days like Ekādaśī and Janmāṣṭamī bhaktijananī–the mother of devotion; yatane pālana kori–I observe with great care; kṛṣṇa-basati–the transcendental abode of Srī Kṛṣṇa; vasati boli' –I choose as my dwelling place; parama ādare bori–with the greatest of reverence and love.

 

(3)

gaur āmāra–my Lord Gaurasundara; ye-saba sthāne–all the places; koralo bhramaṇa–had traveled; rańge–for pastimes; se-saba sthāna–all those places; heribo āmi–I will behold; praṇayi-bhakata-sańge–in the company of loving devotees.

 

(4)

mṛdańga-vādya–the music of the mṛdańga drum; śunite–to hear; mana– my mind; avasara–an opportunity; sadā yāce–always begs; gaura-vihita– approved by Lord Gauracandra; kīrtana–the congregational chanting; śuni' –hearing; ānande–in ecstasy; hṛdoya nāce–my heart dances.

 

(5)

yugala-mūrti–the Deity forms of the divine couple; dekhiyā–beholding; mora–my; parama-ānanda hoya–supreme bliss comes about; prasāda-sevā korite–to honor the prasāda food remnants; hoya–there is; sakala prapañca–all worldly illusions; jaya–I conquer.

 

(6)

ye-dina–that day; gṛhe–in my house; bhajana dekhi–seeing the worship ceremonies; gṛhete–within the house; goloka bhāyaGoloka Vṛndāvana appears; caraṇa-sīdhu–the river of nectar emanating from the Lord's lotus feet; dekhiyā gańgā–seeing the Ganges river; sukha–my happiness; sīmā pāya–knows no bounds.

 

(7)

tulasī dekhi' –seeing the holy tulasī tree; juḍāya prāṇa–soothes my soul; mādhava-toṣaṇī–she who is pleasing to Lord Mādhava; jāni' –I understand; gaura-priya–dear to Lord Caitanya; śāka-sevane–honoring the spinach preparation; jīvana–life itself; sārthaka māni–I consider successful.

 

(8)

bhakativinodathis Bhaktivinoda; kṛṣṇa-bhajane–for the worship of Lord Kṛṣṇa; anukūla–favorable; pāya yāhā–whatever is obtained; pratidivase–every day; parama-sukhe–with the greatest of joy; svīkāra koroye– accepts; tāhā–that

 

UPDATED: June 15, 2009

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