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(Varari raga, Rupaka tala Milana

 

(Radha and Madhava meet)

 

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radha vadana vilokana vikasita vividha vikara vibhangam

jalanidhimiva vidhu mandala darsana taralita tunga tarangam

harimekarasam ciramabhilastia vilasam

sa dadarsa guruharsa vasamvada vadanamananga vilasam

 

Seeing Radha's face overwhelmes Krsna with numerous sattvic emotions, just as the full moon stirs up huge waves over the ocean! (Chorus : While totally fixed on Radha, Krsna has han¬kered to make love with Her. Seeing Her agreeable, He over¬flows with erotic ecstasy!)

 

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haram amalatara taram urasi dadhatam parilambhya viduram

sphutatara phena kadamba karambitam

iva yamuna jala puram

harimekarasam ciramabhilasita vilasam

sadadarsa guruharsa vasamvada vadanamananga vilasam

 

Krsna's broad chest covered by a pearl necklace reminds Radha of the deep blue Yamuna mixed with its white foam ripples. (While totally fixed on Radha, Krsna has hankered to make love with Her. Seeing Her agreeable, He overflows with erotic ecstasy!)

 

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syamal mrdula kalevara mandala madhigata gauradukulam

nila nalinamiva pita paraga patala bhara valayati mulam

hairmekarasam ciramabhilastia vilasam

sadadarsa guruharsa vasamvada vadanamananga vilasam

 

Krsna's soft syamala body and pitambara attire appears to Radha like a blue lotus flower sprinkled in golden pollen. (While totally fixed on Radha, Krsna has hankered to make love with Her. Seeing Her agreeable, He overflows with erotic ecstasy!)

 

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tarala drgancala calana manohara vadana janita rati ragam

sphuta kamalodara khelita khanjana yugamiva saradi taragam

harimekarasam ciramabhilasita vilasam

sadadarsa guruharsa vasamvada vadanamananga vilasam

 

Krsan's lurking eyes arouse Radha's rati desire and remind her of two restless humming birds darting over a blue lotus in an autumn lake. (While totally fixed on Radha, Krsna has hankered to make love with Her. Seeing Her agreeable, He overflows with erotic ecstasy!)

 

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sasi kirana cchuritodara jaladhara sundara sakusuma kesam

timirodita vidhumandala nirmala malayaja tilaka nivesam

harimekarasam ciramabhilasita vilasam

sadadarsa guruharsa vasamvada vadanamananga vilasam

 

Krsna's hari decorated with flowers appears to Radha like a beautiful cloud basking in the moonlight.. .And the candana tilaka on His forehead looks like the moon peaking through the darkness.

(While totally fixed on Radha, Krsna has hankered to make love with Her. Seeing Her agreeable, He overflows with erotic ecstasy!)

 

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vipula pulaka bhara danttaritam rati keli kalabhiradhiram

manigana kirana samuha

samujjvala bhusana subhaga sariram

harimekarasam ciramabhilasita vilasam

sadadarsa guruharsa vasamvada vadanamananga vilasam

 

Radha notices Krsna's body erupting with large goosebumps as He turns impatient to employ His various lovemaking skills! His effulgent ornaments and jewels enhance His bodily sweet¬ness.

(While totally fixed on Radha, Krsna has hankered to make love with Her. Seeing Her agreeable, He overflows with erotic ecstasy!)

 

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srijayadeva bhanita vibhava dvigunikrta bhusana bharam

pranamata hrdi vinidhaya harim suciram sukrtodaya saram

 

The attractiveness of Krsna's ornaments double with Jayadeva's poetic description. O readers! Attaining Krsna is the essence of all pious activity. Let Him forever remain in Your hearts as you offer pranama to Him.

 

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atikramyapangam sravanapatha paryanta gamana

prayasenaivaksnos taralatara taram patitayoh

tadanim radhayah priyatam samaloka samaye

papata svedambhah prakara iva harsasru nikarah

 

While viewing Krsna, Radha's eyes appears as if they were stretching out of their sockets to reach Her ears! Thus feeling tired, Her restless pupils shed tears of joy that stream down Her cheeks!

 

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bhajantyastalpantam krta kapata kanduti pihita

simtam yate gehada vahiravahitali parijane

priyasyam pasyantyah smarsara samahuta subhagam

salajja lajjapi vyagamaviva duram mrgadrsah.

 

Seeing RadharanI approaching the bed, Her sakhls, in try¬ing to conceal their smiles, begin to scratch their ears as they quickly scurry outside. Then as doe-eyed Radha looks upon Krsna's handsome, amorous-filled lotus-face, Her modesty, feeling ashamed, flees from the keli mandira!

 

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jayasri vinyastairhita iva mandara kusumaih

svayam sindurena dvipa rana mudra mudrita iva

bhujapira kridahata kuvalayapida karinah

prakirnasrag vindurajayati bhudanto murajitah

 

Glories! Glories! To Murari's strong, club-like arms; they became stained with blood from the Kuvalayapida elephant's snout when He killed him! These blood stains, along with the red sindura from the elephant's temples, appear like red mandara flowers offered by Jayasri (Laksmi, the beautiful god¬dess of victory).Thus ends Gita Govinda's Eleventh Chapter entitled Sananda Govinda.