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Song 3 (Beloyara-raga)

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1. dekha shaci-nandana, jagata jibana dhana, anukhana prema-dhana

          jaga-jane yace

bhabe bibhora bara, gaura-tanu pulakita, saghane baliya hari

          gora pahum nace

2. (Refrain) saba abatara sara gora abatara

hema barana jini, nirupama tanu-khani, aruna-nayane bahe

          premake dhara

3. brindabana guna shuni, luthata se dwija-mani, bhabe bhare gara gara

          pahum mora hase

kashishwara abhirama, pandita purushottama, guna gana karatahi

          narahari dase

 

 

     1. Look at Shaci’s son! He is the life and treasure of all the worlds. At every moment He begs the world’s people to accept His gift of the great treasure of ecstatic spiritual love. He is overcome withecstatic spiritual love. The hairs on His fair body staned erect. Again and again He chants, “Hari!” Lord Gaura dances.

     2. (Refrain) Lord Gaura has descended to this world. He is thebest of all avataras. His peerless form defeats the splendor of gold. Flooding rivers of ecstatic spiritual love stream as tears from His reddened eyes.

     3. Hearing the glories of Vrindavana, He rolls on the ground. Lord Gaura, the jewel of the brahmanas, laughs in ecstasy. Kashishvara, Abhirama, nnd Purushottama Pandita stay at His side. Thus Narahari dasa sings His glories.

 

Song 9 (Soma-raga)

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1. (Refrain) nacata gaura puraba rase bhora

kanaka dharadhara        garaba bibhanjana

          jhalakata anga atanu cita-cora

2. hasata mridu mridu      badana chanda chabi

          nashata ghora kalusha andhiyara

dhara-ite tala      tarala pada-pankaja

          kampa-i dharani saha-i nahi bhara

3. taruna aruna-yuga          locana dagamaga

          abirala bipula pulaka-kula saji

garajata saghana         simha jini bikrama

          bali kali-kala bipula bhaye bhaji

4. bhedata gagana        gane priya parikara

          bayata khola lalita karatala

matala akhila loka       bhana narahari

          bhubana bharala yasha bishada bishala

 

 

     1. (Refrain) Overcome by tasting the nectar of His previous pastimes as Lord Krishna, Lord Gaura dances. His glistening limbs, limbs that break the golden mountain’s pride, charm Kamadeva’s heart.

     2. The splendor of His gently gently smiling face destroys the blinding darkness of a host of horrible sins. His rhythmically dancing footsteps make the earth tremble. The earth has no power to hold Him up.

     3. The new red lotus flowers of His eyes always overfloww with tears of ecstatic spiritual love. he hairs of His body stand erect. Eclipsing the lions’ prowess, He roars. Frightened, the powerful age of Kali flees.

     4. Gracefully playing khola and karatalas, His dear companions sing. Their tumultuous music breaks the sky. Now all the worlds are wild with ecstatic spiritual love. Narahari says: Now Lord Gaura’s splendid pure glories fill all the worlds.

 

Song 10 (Deshapala-raga)

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1. nrityata gauracandra jana-ranjana, nityananda bipada-bhaya-bhanjana

kanja-nayana jiti naba naba khanjana, cahani manamatha garaba hare

jhalakata duhum tanu kanaka dharadhara, natana ghatana paga dharata dharani para

hasa milita mukha layata sudhakara, ucari bacana janu amiya jhare

2. shobha nirupama bhanatana ayata, beshtita parikara guna-gana gayata

madhura madhura mridu mardala bayata, dhadha dhigi dhigi dhikata dhilanga

gana saha sura-gana gagana-pantha-gata, ghana ghana sarasa kusuma bara barashata

jaya jaya jaya dhwani bhubana biyapata, narahari kahaba ki prema-taranga

 

 

     1. Lord Gaurachandra, who delights everyone. Lord Nityananda, weho breaks all fear of any calamity, dances at His side. Their lotus eyes defeat the young young khanjana birds. Their graceful eyes steal away Kamadeva’s pride. Their forms glisten like two golden mountains. Somehow the earth sustains Their dancing footsteps. The smiling enctyar moons of Theor faces meet. Their words are like flowing streams of sweet nectar.

     2. Their words are glorious without peer. They are surrounded by companions who sing of Their glories. Sweetly sweetly the musical instruments are gently sounded. “Dhadha dhigi dhigi dhikata dhilanga!”, the drums declare. Assembling in the pathway of the sky, the demigods and their associates shower flowers. Sounds of “Jaya! Jaya! Jaya!” fills the worlds. Will Narahari ever be able to describe the waves of ecstatic spiritual love that flooded everything at that time?

 

Song 11 (Kamoda-raga)

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1. (Refrain) aju ki ananda sankirtane

nace gaura nityananda         parama ananda-kanda

          priya parishada-brinda sane

2. nace bole bhala bhala      baje khola karatala

          sabe maha bihwola premaya

nadira prabaha para      sabara nayane dhara

          keha keha pade kara gaya

3. keha ba pulaka-bhare       hunkara garjana kare

          kampe kega thira haite nare

keha karu pane cana         du-i bahu pasariya

          kole kari chadite na pare

4. keha karu paya dhare        pada-dhuli laya shire

          keha bhume padi padi yaya

prabhu bhritya eka riti        dekhi narahari ati

          anande prabhura guna gaya

 

 

     1. (Refrain) How much bliss is now present in this sankirtana! Surrounded by Their dear associates, Lord Gaura and Lord Nityananda, who are the root of all transcendental bliss, dance.

     2. They dance and call out, “Glory! Glory!” The devotees play kholas and karatalas. Everyone is overcome with ecstatic spiritual love. Flooding rivers of tears flow from everyone’s eyes. Some joyfully sing. Some, overcome with ecstasy, fall to the ground.

     3. Soem have bodily hairs that stand erect. Some loudly roar. Some tremble. Some cannot remain peaceful and steady. Some gaze at Lord Gaura. Some extend their arms and hug the other devotees. They will not let go.

     4. Some grasp the devotees’ feet and place the dust on their own head. Some stumble and stumble, falling to the ground as they walk. Gazing at the two Lords as They dance, the servant Narahari joyfully sings the two Lord’s glories.