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Shri Radha-sahasra-nama

Thousand Names of Shrimati Radharani

 

 

Texts 1 and 2

 

shri-parvaty uvaca

 

deva-deva jagannatha

     bhaktanugraha-karaka

yady asti mayi karunyam

     mayi yady asti te daya

 

yad yat tvaya pragaditam

     tat sarvam me shrutam prabho

guhyad guhyataram yat tu

     yat te manasi kashite

 

     Shri Parvati said: O lord of lords, O master of the universe, O master kind to your devotees, if you are kind to me, if you have mercy for me, then, O lord, please tell me all you have heard, the most secret of secrets in your effulgent heart.

 

 

Texts 3 and 4

 

tvaya na gaditam yat tu

     yasmai kasmai kadacana

tan mam kathaya devesha

     sahasram nama cottamam

 

shri-radhaya maha-devya

     gopya bhakti-prasadhanam

brahmanda-kartri hartri sa

     katham gopitvam agata

 

     O lord of lords, the transcendental thousand names of Goddess Shri Radha-gopi, which inspire pure devotional service, and which you have never told anyone, please tell to me. Why is the Goddess, who creates and destroys the universes, a gopi?

 

 

Text 5

 

shri-mahadeva uvaca

 

shrinu devi vicitrartham

     katham papa-haram shubham

nasti janmani karmani

     tasya nunam maheshvari

 

     Lord Shiva said: O goddess, O queen, please hear this auspicious and very wonderful truth, which destroys sins: For Her their are neither births nor material activities.

 

 

Text 6

 

yada harish caritrani

     kurute karya-gocarat

tada vidhatri-rupani

     hari-sannidhya-sadhini

 

     When Lord Hari, out of a sense of duty, performs activities (in the material world), she, desiring to be near Him, assumes many different forms.

 

Text 7

 

tasya gopitva-bhavasya

     karanam gaditam pura

idanim shrinu deveshi

     namnam caiva sahasrakam

 

     I have already explained why She is a gopi. O goddess, now please hear Her thousand names.

 

 

Text 8

 

 

yan maya kathitam naiva

     tantreshv api kadapi na

tava snehat pravakshyami

     bhaktya dharyam mumukshubhih

 

     What I have never spoken in the Tantras and what they who yearn for liberation cherish, out of love for you, I will now speak.

 

 

Text 9

 

 

mama prana-sama vidya

     bhavyate me tv ahar-nisham

shrinushva girije nityam

     pathasva ca yatha-mati

 

     Day and night this knowledge is as dear to me as life. O daughter of the mountain king, please hear and regularly chant (these thousand names) as far as you are able.

 

 

Text 10

 

 

yasyah prasadat krishnas tu

     golokeshah parah prabhuh

asya nama-sahasrasya

     rishir narada eva ca

 

     By Her kindness Krishna, the master of Goloka, is the Supreme Master. Narada is the sage of Her thousand holy names.

 

 

Text 11

 

 

devi radha para prokta

     catur-varga-prasadhini

om shri-radha radhika krishna-

     vallabha krishna-samyuta

 

     Radha, who grants the four goals of life, is said to be the Supreme Goddess. (Her thousand names follow.)

 

     Om. She is Lord Krishna's greatest worshiper (shri-radha and radhika), Lord Krishna's beloved (krishna-vallabha), and Lord Krishna's constant companion (krishna-samyuta).

 

 

Text 12

 

 

vrindavaneshvari krishna-

     priya madana-mohini

shrimati krishna-kanta ca

     krishnananda-pradayini

 

     She is the queen of Vrindavana (vrindavaneshvari), the beloved of Lord Krishna (krishna-priya), more charming than Kamadeva (madana-mohini), beautiful (shrimati), Lord Krishna's beloved (krishna-kanta), and the giver of bliss to Lord Krishna (krishnananda-pradayini).

 

 

Text 13

 

 

yashasvini yashogamya

     yashodananana-vallabha

damodara-priya gopi

     gopananda-kari tatha

 

     She is famous (yashasvini and yashogamya), the beloved of Yashoda's son (yashodananana-vallabha), dear to Lord Damodara (damodara-priya), a cowherd girl (gopi), and the giver of happiness to the gopas (gopananda-kari).

 

 

Text 14

 

 

krishnanga-vasini hridya

     hari-kanta hari-priya

pradhana-gopika gopa-

     kanya trailokya-sundari

 

     Her residence is on Lord Krishna's limbs (krishnanga-vasini). She is charming (hridya). She is Lord Hari's beloved (hari-kanta and hari-priya), the most important gopi (pradhana-gopika), the daughter of a gopa (gopa-kanya), and the most beautiful girl in the three worlds (trailokya-sundari).

 

 

Text 15

 

 

vrindavana-vihari ca

     vikashita-mukhambuja

gokulananda-kartri ca

     gokulananda-dayini

 

     She enjoys pastimes in Vrindavana (vrindavana-vihari), Her face is a blossoming lotus (vikashita-mukhambuja), and she brings happiness to Gokula (gokulananda-kartri and gokulananda-dayini).

 

 

Text 16

 

 

gati-prada gita-gamya

     gamanagamana-priya

vishnu-priya vishnu-kanta

     vishnor anga-nivasini

 

     She gives the goal of life (gati-prada), is approached by chanting her holy names (gita-gamya), is the beloved of the omniprescent Supreme Personality of Godhead (gamanagamana-priya), is Lord Vishnu's beloved (vishnu-priya and vishnu-kanta), and resides on Lord Vishnu's limbs (vishnor anga-nivasini).

 

 

Text 17

 

 

yashodananda-patni ca

     yashodananda-gehini

kamari-kanta kameshi

     kama-lalasa-vigraha

 

     She is the wife of Yashoda's son (yashodananda-patni and yashodananda-gehini), the beloved of lust's enemy (kamari-kanta), Lord Krishna's amorous queen (kameshi), and Lord Krishna's passionate lover (kama-lalasa-vigraha).

 

 

Text 18

 

 

jaya-prada jaya jiva

     jivananda-pradayini

nandanandana-patni ca

     vrishabhanu-suta shiva

 

     She is the giver of victory (jaya-prada) and She is victory itself (jaya). She is life (jiva), the giver of happiness to the living entities (jivananda-pradayini), the wife of Nanda's son (nandanandana-patni), King Vrishabhanu's daughter (vrishabhanu-suta), and auspicious (shiva).

 

 

Text 19

 

 

ganadhyaksha gavadhyaksha

     gavam gatir anuttama

kancanabha hema-gatri

     kancanangada-dharini

 

     She is the leader of the gopis (ganadhyaksha), the ruler of the cows (gavadhyaksha and gavam gati), and without superior (anuttama). She has a golden complexion (kancanabha), Her limbs are golden (hema-gatri), and She wears golden armlets (kancanangada-dharini).

 

 

Text 20

 

 

ashoka shokorahita

     vishoka shoka-nashini

gayatri vedamata ca

     vedatita vid-uttama

 

     She never laments (ashoka, shokorahita, and vishoka), she ends lamentation (shoka-nashini). She is the Gaaytri mantra (gayatri), the mother of the Vedas (veda-mata), beyond the Vedas (vedatita), and the wiseset philosopher (vid-uttama).

 

 

Text 21

 

 

niti-shastra-priya niti-

     gatir matir abhishtada

veda-priya veda-garbha

     veda-marga-pravardhini

 

     She is an eager student of the scriptures describing ethics (niti-shastra-priya). She is the perfect moralist (niti-gati), the most thoughtful philosopher (mati), the fulfiller of desires (abhishtada), an eager student of the Vedas (veda-priya), the mother of the Vedas (veda-garbha), and the teacher of the Vedas' path (veda-marga-pravardhini).

 

 

Text 22

 

 

veda-gamya veda-para

     vicitra-kanakojjvala

tathojjvala-prada nitya      tathaivojjvala-gatrika

 

     She is approached by Vedic study (veda-gamya). She is the supreme goal described in the Vedas (veda-para). She is splendid with wonderful golden ornaments (vicitra-kanakojjvala), glorious (ujjvala-prada), and eternal (nitya), and Her limbs are filled with glory (ujjvala-gatrika).

 

 

Text 23

 

 

nanda-priya nanda-suta-

     radhyanandaprada shubha

shubhangi vimalangi ca

     vilasiny aparajita

 

     She is dear to Maharaja Nanda (nanda-priya), worshiped by Nanda's son (nanda-sutaradhya), delightful (ananda-prada), beautiful (shubha), with beautiful limbs (shubhangi), with splendid limbs (vimalangi), playful (vilasini), and unconquerable (aparajita).

 

 

Text 24

 

 

janani janmashunya ca

     janma-mrityu-jarapaha

gatir gatimatam dhatri

     dhatranandapradayini

 

     She is the mother of all (janani), without birth (janma-shunya), the remover of birth, death, and old-age (janma-mrityu-jarapaha), the supreme goal of the aspiring devotees (gatir gatimatam), the mother of all (dhatri), and the giver of bliss to the Supreme Creator (dhatrananda-pradayini).

 

 

Text 25

 

 

jagannatha-priya shaila-

     vasini hema-sundari

kishori kamala padma

     padma-hasta payoda-da

 

     She is dear to the Lord of the universes (jagannatha-priya), She resides on a hill (shaila- vasini), is beautiful and golden (hema-sundari), is youthful (kishori), like a lotus flower (kamala and padma), her hands are lotuses (padma-hasta), and She is buxom (payoda-da).

 

 

Text 26

 

 

payasvini payo-datri

     pavitra sarva-mangala

maha-jiva-prada krishna-

     kanta kamala-sundari

 

     She is buxom (payasvini and payo-datri), pure (pavitra), all-auspicious (sarva-mangala), the great giver of life (maha-jiva-prada), Lord Krishna's beloved (krishna-kanta), and beautiful as a lotus (kamala-sundari).

 

 

Text 27

 

 

vicitra-vasini citra-

     vasini citra-rupini

nirguna su-kulina ca

     nishkulina nirakula

 

     She is wonderfully fragrant (vicitra-vasini and citra-vasini), wonderfully beautiful (citra-rupini), free of the modes of material nature (nirguna), born in a pious family (su-kulina), not born in any family of the material world (nishkulina), and free from all distrees (nirakula).

 

 

Text 28

 

 

gokulantara-geha ca

     yogananda-kari tatha

venu-vadya venu-ratih

     venu-vadya-parayana

 

     Her home is in Gokula (gokulantara-geha). She delights Lord Krishna when She meets Him (yogananda-kari). She plays the flute (venu-vadya), enjoys playing the flute (venu-rati), and is fond of playing the flute (venu-vadya-parayana).

 

 

Text 29

 

 

gopalasya priya saumya-

     rupa saumya-kulodvaha

mohamoha vimoha ca

     gati-nishtha gati-prada

 

     She is Lord Gopala's beloved (gopalasya priya). She is gentle and noble (saumya-rupa), born in an exalted family (saumya-kulodvaha), charming (moha and vimoha), and free from bewilderment (amoha), and She gives the goal of life (gati-nishtha and gati-prada).

 

 

Text 30

 

 

girbana-vandya girbana

     girbana-gana-sevita

lalita ca vishoka ca

     vishakha citra-malini

 

     The demigods offer repsectful obeisances to Her (girbana-vandya). She is divine (girbana), served by the demigods (girbana-gana-sevita), playful and charming (lalita), free from lamentation (vishoka), the star Vishakha (vishakha), and decorated with wonderful garlands (citra-malini).

 

 

Text 31

 

 

jitendriya shuddha-sattva

     kulina kula-dipika

dipa-priya dipa-datri

     vimala vimalodaka

 

     She has conquered Her senses (jitendriya). She is situated in pure goodness (shuddha-sattva), born in a noble family (kulina), the lamp illuminating Her family (kula-dipika), fond of lamps (dipa-priya), the giver of the lamp (dipa-datri), pure (vimala), and the sacred river (vimalodaka).

 

 

Text 32

 

 

kantara-vasini krishna

     krishnacandra-priya matih

anuttara duhkha-hantri

     duhkha-kartri kulodvaha

 

     She lives in a forest (kantara-vasini). She is Lord Krishna's beloved (krishna and krishnacandra-priya). She is thoughtfulness (mati), unsurpassed (anuttara), the remover of sufferings (duhkha-hantri), the creator of sufferings (duhkha-kartri), and the noblest in Her family (kulodvaha).

 

 

Text 33

 

 

matir lakshmir dhritir lajja

     kantih pushtih smritih kshama

kshirodashayini devi

     devari-kula-mardini

 

     She is thoughtfulness (mati), Goddess Lakshmi (lakshmi), perseverance (dhriti), modesty (lajja), beauty (kanti), fulfillment (pushti), memory (smriti), patience (kshama), she who lies down on the ocean of milk (kshirodashayini), the goddess (devi), and the crusher of Lord Krishna's enemies (devari-kula-mardini).

 

 

Text 34

 

 

vaishnavi ca maha-lakshmih

     kula-pujya kula-priya

samhartri sarva-daityanam

     savitri veda-gamini

 

     She is Lord Vishnu's consort (vaishnavi), Goddess Maha-Lakshmi (maha-lakshmi), worshiped by Her family (kula-pujya), dear to Her family (kula-priya), the destroyer of all the demons (samhartri sarva-daityanam), the gayatri mantra (savitri), and a follower of the Vedas (veda-gamini).

 

 

Text 35

 

 

vedatita niralamba

     niralamba-gana-priya

niralamba-janaih pujya

     niraloka nirashraya

 

     She is beyond the Vedas (vedatita), liberated (niralamba), dear to the liberated (niralamba-gana-priya), worshiped by the liberated (niralamba-janaih pujya), unseen by conditioned souls (niraloka), and independent (nirashraya).

 

 

Text 36

 

 

ekanga sarvaga sevya

     brahma-patni sarasvati

rasa-priya rasa-gamya

     rasadhishthatri-devata

 

     She has one form (ekanga). She is all-pervading (sarvaga), the supreme object of worship (sevya), Brahma's wife (brahma-patni), Goddess Sarasvati (sarasvati), fond of the rasa dance (rasa-priya), the girl Lord Krishna approaches in the rasa dance (rasa-gamya), and the predominating Deity of the rasa dance (rasadhishthatri-devata).

 

 

Text 37

 

 

rasika rasikananda

     svayam raseshvari para

rasa-mandala-madhyastha

     rasa-mandala-shobhita

 

     She enjoys the transcendental mellows (rasika) and tastes the bliss of the transcendental mellows (rasikananda). She is the queen of the rasa dance (svayam raseshvari), transcendental (para), the girl who stays in the middle of the rasa dance circle (rasa-mandala-madhyastha), and the girl who beautifies the rasa dance circle (rasa-mandala-shobhita).

 

 

Text 38

 

 

rasa-mandala-sevya ca

     rasa-krida manohara

pundarikaksha-nilaya

     pundarikaksha-gehini

 

     She is served in the rasa dance circle (rasa-mandala-sevya), and She enjoys the pastime of the rasa dance (rasa-krida). She is beautiful (manohara), Her dark eyes are lotus flowers (pundarikaksha-nilaya), and She is the wife of lotus-eyed Krishna (pundarikaksha-gehini).

 

 

Text 39

 

 

pundarikaksha-sevya ca

     pundarikaksha-vallabha

sarva-jiveshvari sarva-

     jiva-vandya parat para

 

     She is served by lotus-eyed Krishna (pundarikaksha-sevya), dear to lotus-eyed Krishna (pundarikaksha-vallabha), the queen of all living entities (sarva-jiveshvari), worshiped by all living entities (sarva-jiva-vandya), and greater than the greatest (parat para).

 

 

Text 40

 

 

prakritih shambhu-kanta ca

     sadashiva-manohara

kshut pipasa daya nidra

     bhrantih shrantih kshamakula

 

     She is the goddess of the material nature (prakriti), and the beautiful wife of Lord Shiva (shambhu-kanta and sadashiva-manohara). She is hunger (kshut), thirst (pipasa), mercy (daya), sleep (nidra), bewilderment (bhranti), exhaustion (shranti), and patience (kshamakula).

 

 

Text 41

 

 

vadhu-rupa gopa-patni

     bharati siddha-yogini

satya-rupa nitya-rupa

     nityangi nitya-gehini

 

     She is a young girl (vadhu-rupa), the wife of a gopa (gopa-patni), the goddess of eloquence (bharati), and perfect in the science of yoga (siddha-yogini). Her form is eternal (satya-rupa, nitya-rupa, and nityangi), and She is Lord Krishna's wife eternally (nitya-gehini).

 

Text 42

 

 

sthana-datri tatha dhatri

     maha-lakshmih svayam-prabha

sindhu-kanya sthana-datri

     dvaraka-vasini tatha

 

     She gives Her devotees their homes (sthana-datri). She is the mother (dhatri), Goddess Maha-Lakshmi (maha-lakshmi), self-effulgent (svayam-prabha), the daughter of the milk ocean (sindhu-kanya), and she who resides in Dvaraka (dvaraka-vasini).

 

 

Text 43

 

 

buddhih sthitih sthana-rupa

     sarva-karana-karana

bhakti-priya bhakti-gamya

     bhaktananda-pradayini

 

     She is intelligence (buddhi), steadiness (sthiti and sthana-rupa), the cause of all causes (sarva-karana-karana), fond of serving Lord Krishna (bhakti-priya), approached by devotional service (bhakti-gamya), and the giver of bliss to the devotees (bhaktananda-pradayini).

 

 

Text 44

 

 

bhakta-kalpa-drumatita

     tathatita-guna tatha

mano-'dhishthatri-devi ca

     krishna-prema-parayana

 

     She is more than a kalpa-vriksha tree for the devotees (bhakta-kalpa-drumatita), the possessor of the greatest transcendental virtues (atita-guna), the predominating Deity of the heart (mano-'dhishthatri-devi), and the girl completely in love with Lord Krishna (krishna-prema-parayana).

 

 

Text 45

 

 

niramaya saumya-datri

     tatha madana-mohini

ekanamsha shiva kshema

     durga durgati-nashini

 

     She is free from all disease (niramaya), the most gentle, kind, and generous (saumya-datri), more charming than Kamadeva (madana-mohini), one without a second (eka and anamsha), the wife of Lord Shiva (shiva and durga), happiness and auspiciousness personified (kshema), and the person who destroys all calamities (durgati-nashini).

 

 

Text 46

 

 

ishvari sarva-vandya ca

     gopaniya shubhankari

palini sarva-bhutanam

     tatha kamanga-harini

 

     She is the supreme controller (ishvari), worshiped by all (sarva-vandya), reclusive (gopaniya), the giver of auspiciousness (shubhankari), the protectress of all living entities (palini sarva-bhutanam), and the wife of Lord Shiva who destroyed Kamadeva's body (kamanga-harini).

 

 

Text 47

 

 

sadyo-mukti-prada devi

     veda-sara parat para

himalaya-suta sarva

     parvati girija sati

 

     She is the person who quickly gives liberation (sadyo-mukti-prada), the goddess (devi), the essence of the Vedas (veda-sara), greater than the greatest (parat para), and Goddess Parvati (himalaya-suta, sarva, parvati, girija, and sati).

 

 

Text 48

 

 

daksha-kanya deva-mata

     manda-lajja hares tanuh

vrindaranya-priya vrinda

     vrindavana-vilasini

 

     She is Daksha's daughter (daksha-kanya), the demigods' mother (deva-mata), bold (manda-lajja), Lord Hari's own transcendental form (hares tanuh), fond of Vrindavana (vrindaranya-priya), goddess Vrinda (vrinda), and the girl who enjoys pastimes in Vrindavana (vrindavana-vilasini).

 

 

Text 49

 

 

vilasini vaishnavi ca

     brahmaloka-pratishthita

rukmini revati satya-

     bhama jambavati tatha

 

     She is playful (vilasini), Lord Vishnu's companion (vaishnavi), the predominating goddess of the spiritual world (brahmaloka-pratishthita), Rukmini (rukmini), Revati (revati), Satyabhama (satyabhama), and Jambavati (jambavati).

 

 

Text 50

 

 

sulakshmana mitravinda

     kalindi jahnu-kanyka

paripurna purnatara

     tatha haimavati gatih

 

     She is Sulakshmana (sulakshmana), Mitravinda (mitravinda), Kalindi (kalindi), Jahnavi (jahnu-kanyka), most perfect (paripurna and purnatara), Goddess Parvati (haimavati), and the supreme goal of life (gati).

 

 

Text 51

 

 

apurva brahma-rupa ca

     brahmanda-paripalini

brahmanda-bhanda-madbyastha

     brahmanda-bhanda-rupini

 

     She is unprecedented (apurva), spiritual (brahma-rupa), the protectress of the universe (brahmanda-paripalini), the goddess who enters the material universe (brahmanda-bhanda-madbyastha), the goddess who Herself is the material universe (brahmanda-bhanda-rupini).

 

 

Text 52

 

 

anda-rupanda-madhyastha

     tathanda-paripalini

anda-bahyanda-samhartri

     shiva-brahma-hari-priya

 

     She is the goddess who is the material universe (anda-rupa), the goddess who has entered the material universe (anda-madhyastha), the protectress of the material universe (anda-paripalini), the goddess who is beyond the material universe (anda-bahya), the destroyer of the material universe (anda-samhartri), and she who is dear to Shiva, Brahma, and Vishnu (shiva-brahma-hari-priya).

 

 

Text 53

 

 

maha-vishnu-priya kalpa-

     vriksha-rupa nirantara

sara-bhuta sthira gauri

     gaurangi shashi-shekhara

 

     She is Lord Maha-Vishnu's beloved (maha-vishnu-priya), a kalpa-vriksha tree (kalpa-vriksha-rupa), eternal (nirantara and sthira), the best (sara-bhuta), fair (gauri and gaurangi), and Lord Shiva's wife (shashi-shekhara).

 

 

Text 54

 

 

shveta-campaka-varnabha

     shashi-koti-sama-prabha

malati-malya-bhushadhya

     malati-malya-dharini

 

     She is fair as a shveta campaka flower (shveta-campaka-varnabha), splendid as millions of moons (shashi-koti-sama-prabha), and decorated with jasmine garlands (malati-malya-bhushadhya and malati-malya-dharini).

 

 

Text 55

 

 

krishna-stuta krishna-kanta

     vrindavana-vilasini

tulasy-adhishthatri-devi

     samsararnava-para-da

 

     She is praised by Krishna (krishna-stuta) and loved by Krishna (krishna-kanta). She enjoys pastimes in Vrindavana (vrindavana-vilasini). She is Goddess Tulasi (tulasy-adhishthatri-devi). She carries one to the farther shore of the ocean of birth and death (samsararnava-para-da).

 

 

Text 56

 

 

saradaharadambhoda

     yasoda gopa-nandini

atita-gamana gauri

     paranugraha-karini

 

     She gives what is the best (sarada). She gives food (aharada). She gives water (ambhoda). She gives fame (yashoda). She is a gopa's daughter (gopa-nandini), very graceful (atita-gamana), fair (gauri), and kind to others (paranugraha-karini).

 

 

Text 57

 

 

karunarnava-sampurna

     karunarnava-dharini

madhavi madhava-mano-

     harini shyama-vallabha

 

     She is a flooding ocean of mercy (karunarnava-sampurna and karunarnava-dharini). She is Lord Krishna's beloved (madhavi and shyama-vallabha), and she charms Lord Krishna's heart (madhava-mano-harini).

 

 

Text 58

 

 

andhakara-bhaya-dhvasta

     mangalya mangala-prada

shri-garbha shri-prada shrisha

     shri-nivasacyutapriya

 

     She removes the fear of darkness (andhakara-bhaya-dhvasta). She is auspicious (mangalya), the giver of auspiciousness (mangala-prada), the mother of all beauty (shri-garbha), the giver of beauty (shri-prada), the queen of beauty (shrisha), the abode of beauty (shri-nivasa), and the beloved of the infallible Supreme Personality of Godhead (acyutapriya).

 

 

Text 59

 

 

shri-rupa shri-hara shrida

     shri-kama shri-svarupini

shridamananda-datri ca

     shridameshvara-vallabha

 

     She is the form of beauty (shri-rupa and shri-svarupini), the remover of beauty (shri-hara), the giver of beauty (shrida), the desire for beauty (shri-kama), the giver of bliss to Shridama (shridamananda-datri), and dear to Shridama's master (shridameshvara-vallabha).

 

 

Text 60

 

 

shri-nitamba shri-ganesha

     shri-svarupashrita shrutih

shri-kriya-rupini shrila

     shri-krishna-bhajananvita

 

     She has beautiful hips (shri-nitamba). She is the beautiful queen of the gopis (shri-ganesha). She is beautiful (shri-svarupashrita and shrila). She is the Vedas (shruti) and the activities of devotional service (shri-kriya-rupini). She devotedly worships Shri Krishna (shri-krishna-bhajananvita).

 

 

Text 61

 

 

shri-radha shrimati shreshtha

     shreshtha-rupa shruti-priya

yogesha yoga-mata ca

     yogatita yuga-priya

 

     She worships Lord Krishna (shri-radha). She is beautiful (shrimati). She is the best (shreshtha and shreshtha-rupa). She is dear to the Vedas (shruti-priya), the queen of yoga (yogesha), the mother of yoga (yoga-mata), beyond yoga (yogatita), and dear to the two divine persons (yuga-priya).

 

 

Text 62

 

 

yoga-priya yoga-gamya

     yogini-gana-vandita

java-kusuma-sankasa

     dad_imi-kusumopama

 

     She is dear to yoga (yoga-priya), approached by yoga (yoga-gamya), worshiped by the yoginis (yogini-gana-vandita), glorious as a rose (java-kusuma-sankasa), and glorious as a pomegranate (dad_imi-kusumopama).

 

 

Text 63

 

 

nilambaradhara dhira

     dhairya-rupa-dhara dhriitih

ratna-simhasana-stha ca

     ratna-kundala-bhushita

 

     She wears blue garments (nilambara-dhara). She is very sober and serious (dhira and dhairya-rupa-dhara). She is seriousness (dhriiti). She sits on a jewel throne (ratna-simhasana-stha) and She is decorated with jewel earrings (ratna-kundala-bhushita).

 

 

Text 64

 

 

ratnalankara-samyukta

     ratna-malya-dhara para

ratnendra-sara-haradhya

     ratna-mala-vibhushita

 

     She wears jewel ornaments (ratnalankara-samyukta), a necklace of jewels (ratna-malya-dhara and ratna-mala-vibhushita), and a necklace of the kings of jewels (ratnendra-sara-haradhya). She is transcendental (para).

 

 

Text 65

 

 

indranila-mani-nyasta-

     pada-padma-shubha shucih

karttiki paurnamasi ca

     amavasya bhayapaha

 

     Her lotus feet are beautiful with sapphire ornaments (indranila-mani-nyasta-pada-padma-shubha) and She is beautiful (shuci). She is the month of Karttika (karttiki), the full-moon day (paurnamasi), the new-moon day (amavasya), and the remover of fears (bhayapaha).

 

 

Text 66

 

 

govinda-raja-grihini

     govinda-gana-pujita

vaikuntha-natha-grihini

     vaikuntha-paramalaya

 

     She is Lord Govinda's queen (govinda-raja-grihini) and She is worshiped by Lord Govinda's devotees (govinda-gana-pujita). She is the queen of Vaikuntha's king (vaikuntha-natha-grihini) and She resides in the supreme abode of Vaikuntha (vaikuntha-paramalaya).

 

 

Text 67

 

 

vaikunthadeva-devadhya

     tatha vaikuntha-sundari

mahalasa vedavati

     sita sadhvi pati-vrata

 

     She is glorious in the comopany of Vaikuntha's supreme king (vaikuntha-deva-devadhya) and She is the beautiful goddess of Vaikuntha (vaikuntha-sundari). She is languid (mahalasa), wise (vedavati), saintly (sadhvi), and devoted to Her Lord (pati-vrata). She is Goddess Sita (sita).

 

 

Text 68

 

 

anna-purna sadananda-

     rupa kaivalya-sundari

kaivalya-dayini shreshtha

     gopinatha-manohara

 

     She is Goddess Durga (anna-purna). Her form is full of eternal bliss (sadananda-rupa). She is the most beautiful (kaivalya-sundari), the giver of liberation (kaivalya-dayini), the best (shreshtha), and the girl who charms Lord Gopinatha's heart (gopinatha-manohara).

 

 

Text 69

 

 

gopinatheshvari candi

     nayika-nayananvita

nayika nayaka-prita

     nayakananda-rupini

 

     She is Lord Gopinatha's queen (gopinatheshvari). She is passionate (candi). She has the eyes of a beautiful heroine (nayika-nayananvita). She is a beautiful heroine (nayika). She is dear to the hero Krishna (nayaka-prita). She delights the hero Krishna (nayakananda-rupini).

 

 

Text 70

 

 

shesha sheshavati shesha-

     rupini jagad-ambika

gopala-palika maya

     jayanandaprada tatha

 

     She reclines on Lord Shesha (shesha, sheshavati, and shesha-rupini). She is the mother of the universe (jagad-ambika), the protectress of the cowherd people (gopala-palika), the Lord's illusory potency (maya), and she who gives the bliss of victory (jayanandaprada).

 

 

Text 71

 

 

kumari yauvanananda

     yuvati gopa-sundari

gopa-mata janaki ca

     janakananda-karini

 

     She is a young girl (kumari and yuvati), filled with the bliss of youthfulness (yauvanananda), a beautiful gopi (gopa-sundari), the mother of the gopas (gopa-mata), the daughter of King Janaka (janaki), and the girl who gives bliss to King Janaka (janakananda-karini).

 

 

Text 72

 

 

kailasa-vasini rambha

     vairagyakula-dipika

kamala-kanta-grihini

     kamala kamalalaya

 

     She is the Goddess who resides on Mount Kailasa (kailasa-vasini). She is the apsara Rambha (rambha). She is a glowing lamp of renunciation (vairagyakula-dipika). She is Lord Narayana's wife (kamala-kanta-grihini). She is the goddess of fortune (kamala) and the abode where the goddess of fortune resides (kamalalaya).

 

 

Text 73

 

 

trailokya-mata jagatam

     adhishthatri priyambika

hara-kanta hara-rata

     harananda-pradayini

 

     She is the mother of the three worlds (trailokya-mata), the predominating Deity of the universes (jagatam adhishthatri), the beloved (priya), the mother (ambika), the beloved of Lord Shiva (hara-kanta and hara-rata), and She who gives bliss to Lord Shiva (harananda-pradayini).

 

 

Text 74

 

 

hara-patni hara-prita

     hara-toshana-tatpara

hareshvari rama-rata

     rama rameshvari rama

 

     She is Lord Shiva's wife (hara-patni), Lord Shiva's beloved (hara-prita), devoted to pleasing Lord Shiva (hara-toshana-tatpara), Lord Shiva's queen (hareshvari), Lord Rama's beloved (rama-rata and rama), and Lord Rama's queen (rameshvari).

 

 

Text 75

 

 

shyamala citra-lekha ca

     tatha bhuvana-mohini

su-gopi gopa-vanita

     gopa-rajya-prada shubha

 

     She is Lord Krishna's beloved (shyamala), wonderfully beautiful (citra-lekha), the enchantress of the three worlds (bhuvana-mohini), a beautiful gopi (su-gopi and gopa-vanita), she who gives a kingdom to the gopas (gopa-rajya-prada), and beautiful (shubha).

 

 

Text 76

 

 

angavapurna maheyi

     matsya-raja-suta sati

kaumari narasimhi ca

     varahi nava-durgika

 

     She is beautiful (angavapurna), the queen of the earth (maheyi), the daughter of Matsyaraja (matsya-raja-suta), saintly (sati), a young girl (kaumari), Lord Nrisimha's beloved goddess of fortune (narasimhi), Lord Varaha's beloved (varahi), and the mother of the nine Durgas (nava-durgika).

 

 

Text 77

 

 

cancala cancalamoda

     nari bhuvana-sundari

daksha-yajna-hara dakshi

     daksha-kanya su-locana

 

     She is fickle (cancala and cancalamoda), appears to be a human girl (nari), is the most beautiful girl in the worlds (bhuvana-sundari), stopped Daksha's yajna (daksha-yajna-hara), is Daksha's daughter (dakshi and daksha-kanya), and has beautiful eyes (su-locana).

 

 

Text 78

 

 

rati-rupa rati-prita

     rati-shreshtha rati-prada

ratir lakshmana-geha-stha

     viraja bhuvaneshvari

 

     She is beautiful (rati-rupa), delightful (rati-prita and rati-prada), the most delightful (rati-shreshtha) happiness (rati), the goddess who stays in Lakshmana's home (lakshmana-geha-stha), free from the world of matter (viraja), and the queen who rules the worlds (bhuvaneshvari).

 

 

Text 79

 

 

shankhaspada harer jaya

     jamatri-kula-vandita

bakula bakulamoda-

     dharini yamuna jaya

 

     She has countless transcendental abodes (shankhaspada). She is Lord Hari's wife (harer jaya). She is worshiped by Her in-laws (jamatri-kula-vandita). She is beautiful as a bakula flower (bakula) and fragrant as a bakula flower (bakulamoda-dharini). She is the Yamuna river (yamuna) and the goddess of victory (jaya).

 

 

Text 80

 

 

vijaya jaya-patni ca

     yamalarjuna-bhanjini

vakreshvari vakra-rupa

     vakra-vikshana-vikshita

 

     She is the goddess of victory (vijaya), the wife of the Lord of victory (jaya-patni), the beloved of He who broke the yamalarjuna trees (yamalarjuna-bhanjini), the queen of the crooked and deceptive (vakreshvari), graceful (vakra-rupa), and a girl expert at crooked glances (vakra-vikshana-vikshita).

 

 

Text 81

 

aparajita jagannatha

     jagannatheshvari yatih

khecari khecara-suta

     khecaratva-pradayini

 

     She is unconquerable (aparajita), the queen of the universes (jagannatha), she who controls the king of the universes (jagannatheshvari), renounced (yati), a goddess who lives in the celestial worlds (khecari khecara-suta), and one who brings others to the celestial worlds (khecaratva-pradayini).

 

 

Text 82

 

 

vishnu-vakshah-sthala-stha ca

     vishnu-bhavana-tatpara

candra-koti-sugatri ca

     candranana-manohari

 

     She rests on Lord Vishnu's chest (vishnu-vakshah-sthala-stha) and is rapt in meditation on Lord Vishnu (vishnu-bhavana-tatpara). She is beautiful as millions of moons (candra-koti-sugatri) and Her moonlike face is very beautiful (candranana-manohari).

 

 

Text 83

 

 

seva-sevya shiva kshema

     tatha kshema-kari vadhuh

yadavendra-vadhuh sevya

     shiva-bhakta shivanvita

 

     She should be served with devotion (seva-sevya). She is Lord Shiva's beloved (shiva). She is patience (kshema), patient (kshema-kari), a beautiful girl (vadhu), the wife of the Yadavas' king (yadavendra-vadhu), the object of devotional service (sevya), a great devotee of Lord Shiva (shiva-bhakta), and Lord Shiva's companion (shivanvita).

 

 

Text 84

 

 

kevala nishphala sukshma

     maha-bhimabhayaprada

jimuta-rupa jaimuti

     jitamitra-pramodini

 

     She is liberated (kevala), free from the fruits of karma (nishphala), subtle (sukshma), terrifying (maha-bhima), the giver of fearlessness (abhayaprada), the sustainer (jimuta-rupa), Lord Vishnu's beloved (jaimuti), and the girl who delights Lord Vishnu (jitamitra-pramodini).

 

 

Text 85

 

 

gopala-vanita nanda

     kulajendra-nivasini

jayanti yamunangi ca

     yamuna-tosha-karini

 

     She is Lord Gopala's beloved (gopala-vanita), dear to King Nanda (nanda), of noble birth (kulaja), the resident of a king's palace (indra-nivasini), glorious (jayanti), a girl who stays by the Yamuna (yamunangi), and a girl who pleases the Yamuna (yamuna-tosha-karini).

 

 

Text 86

 

 

kali-kalmasha-bhanga ca

     kali-kalmasha-nashini

kali-kalmasha-rupa ca

     nityananda-kari kripa

 

     She breaks and destroys the sins of Kali-yuga (kali-kalmasha-bhanga and kali-kalmasha-nashini). She is expert at enjoying pastimes of quarreling with Lord Krishna (kali-kalmasha-rupa). She brings Lord Krishna eternal bliss (nityananda-kari). She is kindness personified (kripa).

 

 

Text 87

 

 

kripavati kulavati

     kailasacala-vasini

vama-devi vama-bhaga

     govinda-priya-karini

 

     She is merciful (kripavati), born in a very respectable and noble family (kulavati), the goddess who resides on Mount Kailasa (kailasacala-vasini), beautiful (vama-devi and vama-bhaga), and she who delights Lord Govinda (govinda-priya-karini).

 

 

Text 88

 

 

nagendra-kanya yogeshi

     yogini yoga-rupini

yoga-siddha siddha-rupa

     siddha-kshetra-nivasini

 

     She is the daughter of Nagaraja (nagendra-kanya), the queen of yoga (yogeshi) a performer of yoga (yogini), yoga personified (yoga-rupini), the perfection of yoga (yoga-siddha), the perfection of yoga personified (siddha-rupa), and she who resides in a sacred place (siddha-kshetra-nivasini).

 

 

Text 89

 

 

kshetradhishthatri-rupa ca

     kshetratita kula-prada

keshavananda-datri ca

     keshavananda-dayini

 

     She is the predominating Deity of sacred places (kshetradhishthatri-rupa), beyond all places in this world (kshetratita), born in a noble family (kula-prada), and the giver of happiness to Lord Keshava (keshavananda-datri and keshavananda-dayini).

 

 

Text 90

 

 

keshava keshava-prita

     keshavi keshava-priya

rasa-krida-kari rasa-

     vasini rasa-sundari

 

     She is Lord Keshava's beloved (keshava, keshava-prita, keshavi, and keshava-priya), the enjoyer of the rasa-dance pastimes (rasa-krida-kari), the girl who stays in the rasa-dance arena (rasa- vasini), and the beautiful girl of the raasa dance (rasa-sundari).

 

 

Text 91

 

 

gokulanvita-deha ca

     gokulatva-pradayini

lavanga-namni narangi

     naranga-kula-mandana

 

     She stays in Gokula (gokulanvita-deha), gives residence in Gokula to others (gokulatva-pradayini), has a name beautiful as a a lavangha flower (lavanga-namni), is amorous (narangi), and is the transcendental decoration of amorous Krishna (naranga-kula-mandana).

 

 

Text 92

 

 

ela-lavanga-karpura-

     mukha-vasa-mukhanvita

mukhya mukhya-prada mukhya-

     rupa mukhya-nivasini

 

     She is anointed with ela, lavanga, karpura and many other fragrances (ela-lavanga-karpura-mukha-vasa-mukhanvita), is the most exalted of young girls (mukhya), gives the most valuable thing (mukhya-prada), has the most beautiful form (mukhya-rupa), and lives in the best abode (mukhya-nivasini).

 

 

Text 93

 

 

narayani kripatita

     karunamaya-karini

karunya karuna karna

     gokarna naga-karnika

 

     She is Lord Narayana's beloved (narayani). She is supremely merciful (kripatita, karunamaya-karini, karunya, and karuna). She is the sacred place Gokarna (gokarna), Karna (karna), and Naga-karnika (naga-karnika).

 

 

Text 94

 

 

sarpini kaulini kshetra-

     vasini jagad-anvaya

jatila kutila nila

     nilambaradhara shubha

 

     She is graceful (sarpini), born in a noble family (kaulini), a resident of holy places (kshetra-vasini), the mother of the universes (jagad-anvaya), an ascetic (jatila), crooked (kutila), beauitful (nila and shubha), and dressed in blue garments (nilambaradhara).

 

 

Text 95

 

 

nilambara-vidhatri ca

     nilakantha-priya tatha

bhagini bhagini bhogya

     krishna-bhogya bhageshvari

 

     She is dressed in blue garments (nilambara-vidhatri). She is Lord Shiva's beloved (nilakantha-priya). She is beautiful (bhagini, bhagini, and bhogya), Lord Krishna's happiness (krishna-bhogya), and the queen of transcendental opulences (bhageshvari).

 

 

Text 96

 

 

baleshvari balaradhya

     kanta kanta-nitambini

nitambini rupavati

     yuvati krishna-pivari

 

     She is Lord Balarama's queen (baleshvari), worshiped by Lord Balarama (balaradhya), beautiful (kanta and rupavati), a girl with beautiful hips (kanta-nitambini nitambini), youthful (yuvati), and Lord Krishna's beloved (krishna-pivari).

 

 

Text 97

 

 

vibhavari vetravati

     sankata kutilalaka

narayana-priya shalila

     srikkani-parimohita

 

     She is amorous (vibhavari). She holds a stick (vetravati). She is slender (sankata). Her hair is curly (kutilalaka). She is Lord Narayana's beloved (narayana-priya). She resides on a hill (shalila). With the movements of Her mouth She ecnhants Lord Krishna (srikkani-parimohita).

 

 

Text 98

 

 

drik-pata-mohita pratar-

     ashini navanitika

navina nava-nari ca

     naranga-phala-shobhita

 

     With a glance She enchants Lord Krishna (drik-pata-mohita). She eats breakfast early (pratar-ashini) and churns butter (navanitika). She is young (navina nava-nari), and she is splendid as a naranga fruit (ca naranga-phala-shobhita).

 

 

Text 99

 

 

haimi hema-mukhi candra-

     mukhi shashi-su-shobhana

ardha-candra-dhara candra-

     vallabha rohini tamih

 

     She is splendid as gold (haimi). Her face is golden (hema-mukhi). Her face is like the moon (candra-mukhi). She is beautiful as the moon (shashi-su-shobhana), like a graceful half-moon (ardha-candra-dhara), dear to moonlike Krishna (candra-vallabha), a beautiful young girl (rohini), and splendid as the night (tami).

 

 

Text 100

 

 

timingla-kulamoda-

     matsya-rupanga-harini

karani sarva-bhutanam

     karyatita kishorini

 

     She became the beloved of Lord Matsya and delighted the timingilas (timingla-kulamoda-matsya-rupanga-harini). She is the mother of all living entities (karani sarva-bhutanam). She is beyond all material duties (karyatita). She is a beautiful young girl (kishorini).

 

 

Text 101

 

 

kishora-vallabha kesha-

     karika kama-karika

kameshvari kama-kala

     kalindi-kula-dipika

 

     She is youthful Krishna's beloved (kishora-vallabha). She has beautiful hair (kesha-karika). She is passionate (kama-karika), the queen of amorous pastimes (kameshvari), expert at amorous pastimes (kama-kala), and the lamp that splendidly shines on the Yamuna's shore (kalindi-kula-dipika).

 

 

Text 102

 

 

kalindatanaya-tira-

     vasini tira-gehini

kadambari-pana-para

     kusumamoda-dharini

 

     She has made Her home on the Yamuna's shore (kalindatanaya-tira-vasini and tira-gehini). She is fond of drinking kadambari nectar (kadambari-pana-para). She is fragrant with many flowers (kusumamoda-dharini).

 

 

Text 103

 

 

kumuda kumudananda

     krishneshi kama-vallabha

tarkali vaijayanti ca

     nimba-dadima-rupini

 

     She is like a kumuda flower (kumuda). She is pleased by the kumuda flowers (kumudananda). She is Lord Krishna's queen (krishneshi) and passionate lover (kama-vallabha). She is an expert logician (tarkali). She is glorious (vaijayanti). Her form is like a nimba or a pomegranate tree (nimba-dadima-rupini).

 

 

Text 104

 

 

bilva-vriksha-priya krishnam-

     bara bilvopama-stani

bilvatmika bilva-vapur

     bilva-vriksha-nivasini

 

     She is fond of the bilva tree (bilva-vriksha-priya). She is Lord Krishna's garment (krishnambara). Her breasts are like bilva fruits (bilvopama-stani). Her form is like a bilva tree (bilvatmika and bilva-vapuh). She stays under a bilva tree (bilva-vriksha-nivasini).

 

 

Text 105

 

 

tulasi-toshika taiti-

     lananda-paritoshika

gaja-mukta maha-mukta

     maha-mukti-phala-prada

 

     She pleases tulasi (tulasi-toshika). She pleases Taitilananda (taitilananda-paritoshika). She is decorated with gaja pearls (gaja-mukta, maha-mukta, and maha-mukti-phala-prada).

 

 

Text 106

 

 

ananga-mohini shakti-

     rupa shakti-svarupini

panca-shakti-svarupa ca

     shaishavananda-karini

 

     She is is charming and passionate (ananga-mohini). She is Lord Krishna's transcendental potency (shakti-rupa and shakti-svarupini). She is the personification of five transcendental potencies (panca-shakti-svarupa). She is filled with the happiness of youth (shaishavananda-karini).

 

 

Text 107

 

 

gajendra-gamini shyama-

     latananga-lata tatha

yoshit-shakti-svarupa ca

     yoshid-ananda-karini

 

     She is graceful as an elephant (gajendra-gamini). She is a flowering vine of beauty (shyama-lata) and a flowering vine of passionate desires (ananga-lata). She is the personification of feminine power (yoshit-shakti-svarupa) and feminine bliss (yoshid-ananda-karini).

 

 

Text 108

 

 

prema-priya prema-rupa

     premananda-tarangini

prema-hara prema-datri

     prema-shaktimayi tatha

 

     She passionately loves Lord Krishna (prema-priya). She is the form of all transcendental love (prema-rupa). She is an ocean filled with waves of transcendental love (premananda-tarangini). She is the giver of transcendental love (prema-hara and prema-datri). She is full of the power of transcendental love (prema-shaktimayi).

 

 

Text 109

 

 

krishna-premavati dhanya

     krishna-prema-tarangini

prema-bhakti-prada prema

     premananda-tarangini

 

     She loves Lord Krishna (krishna-premavati). She is fortunate (dhanya). She is an ocean filled with waves of love for Lord Krishna (krishna-prema-tarangini). She gives loving devotional service (prema-bhakti-prada). She is transcendental love (prema). She is an ocean filled with waves of the bliss of transcendental love (premananda-tarangini).

 

 

Text 110

 

 

prema-krida-paritangi

     prema-bhakti-tarangini

premartha-dayini sarva-

     shveta nitya-tarangini

 

     Her limbs are filled with amorous playfulness (prema-krida-paritangi). She is an ocean filled with waves of loving devotional service (prema-bhakti-tarangini). She gives a great wealth of transcendental love (premartha-dayini). She is fair (sarvashveta), and She is an ocean of eternity (nitya-tarangini).

 

 

Text 111

 

 

hava-bhavanvita raudra

     rudrananda-prakashini

kapila shrinkhala kesha-

     pasha-sambandhini ghati

 

     She is expert at flirting with Lord Krishna (hava-bhavanvita). She is Lord Shiva's beloved (raudra). She delights Lord Shiva (rudrananda-prakashini). She is fair (kapila). She is the shackle that binds Lord Krishna (shrinkhala). She carefully braids Her hair (kesha-pasha-sambandhini). She carries a jug (ghati).

 

 

Text 112

 

 

kutira-vasini dhumra

     dhumra-kesha jalodari

brahmanda-gocara brahma-

     rupini bhava-bhavini

 

     She lives in a cottage (kutira-vasini). She is Goddess Durga (dhumra). Her hair is dark as smoke (dhumra-kesha). She resides in the milk-ocean (jalodari). She has descended to the material world (brahmanda-gocara). Her form is spiritual (brahma-rupini). She is full of transcendental love (bhava-bhavini).

 

 

Text 113

 

 

samsara-nashini shaiva

     shaivalananda-dayini

shishira hema-ragadbya

     megha-rupati-sundari

 

     She destroys the cycle of repeated birth and death (samsara-nashini). She is Lord Shiva's beloved (shaiva). She bears the pleasing fragrance of shaivala (shaivalananda-dayini). She is pleasantly cool (shishira), Her complexion is golden (hema-ragadbya), Her form is glorious as a cloud (megha-rupa), and She is very beautiful (ati-sundari).

 

 

Text 114

 

 

manorama vegavati

     vegadhya veda-vadini

dayanvita dayadhara

     daya-rupa susevini

 

     She is beautiful (manorama), quick (vegavati and vegadhya), eloquent in speaking the Vedas (veda-vadini), merciful (dayanvita, dayadhara, and daya-rupa), and the proper object of devotional service (susevini).

 

 

Text 115

 

 

kishora-sanga-samsarga

     gaura-candranana kala

kaladhinatha-vadana

     kalanathadhirohini

 

     She meets youthful Krishna (kishora-sanga-samsarga), Her face is a brilliant moon (gaura-candranana), She is a crescent moon (kala), Her face is a full moon (kaladhinatha-vadana), and She is glorious as a full moon (kalanathadhirohini).

 

 

Text 116

 

 

viraga-kushala hema-

     pingala hema-mandana

bhandira-talavana-ga

     kaivarti pivari shuki

 

     She is renounced (viraga-kushala), Her complexion is golden (hema-pingala), She is decorated with golden ornaments (hema-mandana), She goes to Bhandiravana and Talavana (bhandira-talavana-ga), She catches the fish that is Shri Krishna (kaivarti), She is a beautiful young girl (pivari), and She is graceful (shuki).

 

 

Text 117

 

 

shukadeva-gunatita

     shukadeva-priya sakhi

vikalotkarshini kosha

     kausheyambara-dharini

 

     Her virtues are beyond the power of Shukadeva Gosvami to describe (shukadeva-gunatita), She is dear to Shukadeva Gosvami (shukadeva-priya), She is friendly (sakhi), She picks up the fallen and unhappy (vikalotkarshini), She is a treasure-house of transcendental opulences (kosha), and She is dressed in elegant silk garments (kausheyambara-dharini).

 

 

Text 118

 

 

koshavari kosha-rupa

     jagad-utpatti-karika

srishti-sthiti-kari samha-

     rini samhara-karini

 

     She is a treasure-house of transcendental opulences (koshavari and kosha-rupa), the mother of the universes (jagad-utpatti-karika), the creature and maintainer of the universes (srishti-sthiti-kari), and the destroyer of the universes (samharini and samhara-karini).

 

 

Text 119

 

 

kesha-shaivala-dhatri ca

     candra-gatri su-komala

padmangaraga-samraga

     vindhyadri-parivasini

 

     Her hair is dark moss (kesha-shaivala-dhatri), and Her limbs are moons (candra-gatri). She is very gentle and delicate (su-komala), She is anointed with lotus cosmetics (padmangaraga-samraga), and She has a home in the Vindhya Hills (vindhyadri-parivasini).

 

 

Text 120

 

vindhyalaya shyama-sakhi

     sakhi samsara-ragini

bhuta bhavishya bhavya ca

     bhavya-gatra bhavatiga

 

     She has a home in the Vindhya Hills (vindhyalaya), is the intimate friend of Lord Krishna (shyama-sakhi), is friendly (sakhi), loves the world (samsara-ragini), existed in the past (bhuta), will continue to exist in the future eternally (bhavishya), and exists in the present (bhavya). Her limbs are beautiful (bhavya-gatra), and She is beyond the material world of repeated birth and death (bhavatiga).

 

 

Text 121

 

 

bhava-nashanta-kariny a-

     kasha-rupa su-veshini

rati-ranga-parityaga

     rati-vega rati-prada

 

     She puts an end to the cycle of repeated birth and death (bhava-nashanta-karini), Her form is spiritual and subtle (akasha-rupa), She is beautifully dressed (su-veshini), She left the arena of amorous pastimes (rati-ranga-parityaga, and She enjoys the happiness of amorous pastimes (rati-vega and rati-prada).

 

 

Text 122

 

 

tejasvini tejo-rupa

     kaivalya-patha-da shubha

mukti-hetur mukti-hetu-

     langhini langhana-kshama

 

     She is splendid and powerful (tejasvini and tejo-rupa), gives the path of liberation (kaivalya-patha-da), is beautiful (shubha), is the cause of liberation (mukti-hetur), jumps over impersonal liberation (mukti-hetu-langhini), and is tolerant of offenses (langhana-kshama).

 

 

Text 123

 

 

vishala-netra vaisali

     vishala-kula-sambhava

vishala-griha-vasa ca

     vishala-vadari ratih

 

     She has large eyes (vishala-netra), comes from an exalted family (vaisali, vishala-kula-sambhava,  vishala-griha-vasa, and vishala-vadari), and is transcendental happiness personified (rati).

 

 

Text 124

 

 

bhakty-atita bhakta-gatir

     bhaktika shiva-bhakti-da

shiva-shakti-svarupa ca

     shivardhanga-viharini

 

     By serving Her one crosses beyond the world of repeated birth and death (bhakty-atita), She is the goal of devotional service (bhakta-gati), She is devotional service (bhaktika), She gives auspicious devotional service (shiva-bhakti-da), She is an auspicious potency of the Lord (shiva-shakti-svarupa), and She enjoys pastimes as the beloved who is half the body of the auspicious Lord (shivardhanga-viharini).

 

 

Text 125

 

 

shirisha-kusumamoda

     shirisha-kusumojjvala

shirisha-mridhvi shairishi

     shirisha-kusumakritih

 

     She is fragrant as a shirisha flower (shirisha-kusumamoda), splendid as a shirisha flower (shirisha-kusumojjvala), soft as a  shirisha flower (shirisha-mridhvi), glorious as a shirisha flower (shairishi), and beautiful as a shirisha flower (shirisha-kusumakriti).

 

 

Text 126

 

 

vamanga-harini vishnoh

     shiva-bhakti-sukhanvita

vijita vijitamoda

     gagana gana-toshita

 

     She stays at Lord Vishnu's left side (vamanga-harini vishnoh), She is filled with the auspicious happiness of devotional service (shiva-bhakti-sukhanvita), She is defeated by Lord Krishna (vijita), She is fragrant (vijitamoda), She is the spiritual sky (gagana), and She is pleased by Her companions (gana-toshita).

 

 

Text 127

 

 

hayasya heramba-suta

     gana-mata sukheshvari

duhkha-hantri duhkha-hara

     sevitepsita-sarvada

 

     She is Lord Hayagriva's beloved (hayasya), Heramba's daughter (heramba-suta), the demigods' mother (gana-mata), the queen of happiness (sukheshvari), the destroyer of sufferings (duhkha-hantri and duhkha-hara), and the goddess who grants everything Her servants wish (sevitepsita-sarvada).

 

 

Text 128

 

 

sarvajnatva-vidhatri ca

     kula-kshetra-nivasini

lavanga pandava-sakhi

     sakhi-madhya-nivasini

 

     She gives omniscience (sarvajnatva-vidhatri). She stays in Her family's place (kula-kshetra-nivasini). She is a lavanga flower (lavanga). She is the Pandavas' friend (pandava-sakhi). She stays with Her friends (sakhi-madhya-nivasini).

 

 

Text 129

 

 

gramya gita gaya gamya

     gamanatita-nirbhara

sarvanga-sundari ganga

     ganga-jalamayi tatha

 

     She stays in the village of Vraja (gramya). She is glorified in song (gita). She is the holy city of Gaya (gaya). She is approached by the devotees (gamya). She cannot be approached by non-devotees (gamanatita-nirbhara). All Her limbs are very beautiful (sarvanga-sundari). She is the Ganges (ganga and ganga-jalamayi).

 

 

Text 130

 

 

gangerita puta-gatra

     pavitra-kula-dipika

pavitra-guna-shiladhya

     pavitrananda-dayini

 

     She is said to be the Ganges (gangerita). Her body is pure and transcendental (puta-gatra). She is a lamp shining in a pure family (pavitra-kula-dipika). She is rich with pure virtues and noble character (pavitra-guna-shiladhya). She gives pure transcendental bliss (pavitrananda-dayini).

 

 

Text 131

 

 

pavitra-guna-simadhya

     pavitra-kula-dipani

kampamana kamsa-hara

     vindhyacala-nivasini

 

     She is rich with the most exalted pure virtues (pavitra-guna-simadhya). She is a lamp shining in a pure family (pavitra-kula-dipani). She trembles (kampamana). She is the beloved of He who killed Kamsa (kamsa-hara). She has a home in the Vindhya Hills (vindhyacala-nivasini).

 

 

Text 132

 

 

govardhaneshvari govar-

     dhana-hasya hayakritih

minavatara mineshi

     gaganeshi haya gaji

 

     She is the queen of Govardhana Hill (govardhaneshvari). She smiles on Govardhana Hill (govardhana-hasya). She is Lord Haragriva's beloved (hayakriti and haya) and Lord Matsya's beloved (minavatara and mineshi). She is the queen of the spiritual sky (gaganeshi). She is an amorous girl (gaji).

 

 

Text 133

 

 

harini harini hara-

     dharini kanakakritih

vidyut-prabha vipra-mata

     gopa-mata gayeshvari

 

     She is beautiful as a doe (harini). She is captivating (harini). She wears a beautiful necklace (hara-dharini). Her form is golden (kanakakriti). She is splendid as lightning (vidyut-prabha). She is the mother of the brahmanas (vipra-mata), the mother of the gopas (gopa-mata). and the queen of Gaya (gayeshvari).

 

 

Text 134

 

 

gaveshvari gaveshi ca

     gavishi gavi-vasini

gati-jna gita-kushala

     danujendra-nivarini

 

     She is the queen of the surabhi cows (gaveshvari, gaveshi, and gavishi). She lives in the cowherd village of Vraja (gavi-vasini). She knows the real goal of life (gati-jna). Her glories are sung in beautiful songs (gita-kushala). She stopped the king of the demons (danujendra-nivarini).

 

 

Text 135

 

 

nirvana-datri nairvani

     hetu-yukta gayottara

parvatadhinivasa ca

     nivasa-kushala tatha

 

     She gives liberation (nirvana-datri). She is liberated (nairvani). She is an expert logician (hetu-yukta). She is the queen of Gaya (gayottara). She lives on a mountain (parvatadhinivasa). She brings beauty and auspiciousness to Her home (nivasa-kushala).

 

 

Text 136

 

 

sannyasa-dharma-kushala

     sannyaseshi sharan-mukhi

sharac-candra-mukhi shyama-

     hara kshetra-nivasini

 

     She is beautiful with renunciation (sannyasa-dharma-kushala). She is the queen of renunciation (sannyasis (sannyaseshi). Her face is like autumn (sharan-mukhi). Her face is an autumn moon (sharac-candra-mukhi). She is a necklace worn by Lord Krishna (shyama-hara). She lives in a sacred place (kshetra-nivasini).

 

 

Text 137

 

 

vasanta-raga-samraga

     vasanta-vasanakritih

catur-bhuja shad-bhuja

     dvi-bhuja gaura-vigraha

 

     The melodies of vasanta-raga fill Her with amorous desires (vasanta-raga-samraga). Her form is filled with the desires of spring (vasanta-vasanakriti). Sometimes She has four arms (catur-bhuja), and sometimes six arms (shad-bhuja). She has two arms (dvi-bhuja) and Her complexion is fair (gaura-vigraha).

 

 

Text 138

 

 

sahasrasya vihasya ca

     mudrasya mada-dayini

prana-priya prana-rupa

     prana-rupiny apavrita

 

     She is the beloved of thousand-headed Lord Ananta Shesha (sahasrasya). She laughs (vihasya). Her face is very expressive (mudrasya). She fills Lord Krishna with amorous passion (mada-dayini). She is more dear to Him than life (prana-priya, prana-rupa, and prana-rupini). She appears before Her devotees (apavrita).

 

 

Text 139

 

 

krishna-prita krishna-rata

     krishna-toshana-tat-para

krishna-prema-rata krishna-

     bhakta bhakta-phala-prada

 

     She pleases Lord Krishna (krishna-prita and krishna-rata). She is devoted to pleasing Lord Krishna (krishna-toshana-tat-para). She loves Lord Krishna (krishna-prema-rata and krishna-bhakta). She gives Her devotees the fruits of their service (bhakta-phala-prada).

 

 

Text 140

 

 

krishna-prema prema-bhakta

     hari-bhakti-pradayini

chaitanya-rupa chaitanya-

     priya chaitanya-rupini

 

     She loves Krishna (krishna-prema and prema-bhakta). She gives others devotion to Lord Krishna (hari-bhakti-pradayini). She is present in the form of Lord Chaitanya (chaitanya-rupa and chaitanya-rupini). She is dear to Lord Chaitanya (chaitanya-priya).

 

 

Text 141

 

 

ugra-rupa shiva-kroda

     krishna-kroda jalodari

mahodari maha-durga-

     kantara-sustha-vasini

 

     She manifests the terrible form of Durga-devi (ugra-rupa), where She sits on Lord Shiva's lap (shiva-kroda). She sits on Lord Krishna's lap (krishna-kroda). She rests on the milk-ocean (jalodari). She descends to the material world (mahodari). She happily lives in a great forest that is like an unapproachable  fortress (maha-durga-kantara-sustha-vasini).

 

 

Text 142

 

 

candravali candra-keshi

     candra-prema-tarangini

samudra-mathanodbhuta

     samudra-jala-vasini

 

     She is glorious as a host of moons (candravali and candra-keshi). She is an ocean the moon of Shri Krishna fills with waves of love (candra-prema-tarangini). She was born from the churning of the milk-ocean (samudra-mathanodbhuta) and She resides on the ocean of milk (samudra-jala-vasini).

 

 

Text 143

 

 

samudramrita-rupa ca

     samudra-jala-vasika

kesha-pasha-rata nidra

     kshudha prema-tarangika

 

     Her form is an ocean of nectar (samudramrita-rupa). She resides on the milk-ocean (samudra-jala-vasika). She carefully braids Her hair (kesha-pasha-rata). She is sleep (nidra), hunger (kshudha), and an ocean filled with waves of love (prema-tarangika).

 

 

Text 144

 

 

durva-dala-shyama-tanur

     durva-dala-tanu-ccbavih

nagara nagari-raga

     nagarananda-karini

 

     Her form is glorious as a blade of durva grass (durva-dala-shyama-tanu and durva-dala-tanu-ccbavi). She is hero Krishna's beloved (nagara). She is His passionate heroine (nagari-raga). She delights the hero Krishna (nagarananda-karini).

 

 

Text 145

 

 

nagaralingana-para

     nagarangana-mangala

ucca-nica haimavati

     priya krishna-taranga-da

 

     She earnestly embraces the hero Krishna (nagaralingana-para). She is happy to embrace the hero Krishna (nagarangana-mangala). She is very humble (ucca-nica). She is Goddess Parvati (haimavati). She is Lord Krishna's beloved (priya). She is an ocean filled with waves of love for Lord Krishna (krishna-taranga-da).

 

 

Text 146

 

 

premalingana-siddhangi

     siddha sadhya-vilasika

mangalamoda-janani

     mekhalamoda-dharini

 

     Her body is expert at lovingly embracing Lord Krishna (premalingana-siddhangi). She is perfect (siddha). She enjoys transcendental pastimes (sadhya-vilasika). She is the mother of auspiciousness and bliss (mangalamoda-janani). She wears a glorious belt and is scented with a sweet fragrance (mekhalamoda-dharini).

 

 

Text 147

 

 

ratna-manjira-bhushangi

     ratna-bhushana-bhushana

jambala-malika krishna-

     prana prana-vimocana

 

     Her limbs are decorated with tinkling jewel ornaments (ratna-manjira-bhushangi). She is the ornament that decorates Her jewel ornaments (ratna-bhushana-bhushana). She wears a garland of ketaki flowers (jambala-malika). Lord Krishna is Her life-breath (krishna-prana). She has surrendered Her life to Lord Krishna (prana-vimocana).

 

 

Text 148

 

 

satya-prada satyavati

     sevakananda-dayika

jagad-yonir jagad-bija

     vicitra-mani-bhushana

 

     She is truthful (satya-prada and satyavati). She gives the bliss of devotional service (sevakananda-dayika). She is the mother of the universe (jagad-yoni and jagad-bija). She is decorated with wonderful and colorful jewels (vicitra-mani-bhushana).

 

 

Text 149

 

 

radha-ramana-kanta ca

     radhya radhana-rupini

kailasa-vasini krishna-

     prana-sarvasva-dayini

 

     She is the beloved of Lord Radharamana (radha-ramana-kanta), the perfect object of worship (radhya), and the personification of devotional service (radhana-rupini). She resides on Kailasa Hill (kailasa-vasini). She has dedicated Her life and everything She has to Lord Krishna (krishna-prana-sarvasva-dayini).

 

 

Text 150

 

 

krishnavatara-nirata

     krishna-bhakta-phalarthini

yacakayacakananda-

     karini yacakojjvala

 

     She devotedly serves Lord Krishna's incarnations (krishnavatara-nirata). She gives Lord Krishna's devotees the fruits of their services (krishna-bhakta-phalarthini) and whether they ask for it or not She gives them transcendental bliss (yacakayacakananda-karini). She gloriously appears before they who offer prayers to Her (yacakojjvala).

 

 

Text 151

 

 

hari-bhushana-bhushadhya-

     nanda-yuktardra-pada-ga

hai-hai-tala-dhara thai-thai-

     shabda-shakti-prakashini

 

     She is decorated with ornaments that decorate Lord Hari's ornaments (hari-bhushana-bhushadhya). She is blissful (ananda-yukta). She is half of Lord Lord Krishna (ardra-pada-ga). She expertly beats the rhythm hai hai (hai-hai-tala-dhara) and the rhythm thai thai (thai-thai-shabda-shakti-prakashini).

 

 

Text 152

 

 

he-he-shabda-svarupa ca

     hi-hi-vakya-visharada

jagad-ananda-kartri ca

     sandrananda-visharada

 

     She expertly sings "Oh! Oh!" (he-he-shabda-svarupa and hi-hi-vakya-visharada). She fills the world with bliss (jagad-ananda-kartri). She is expert at enjoying intense transcendental bliss (sandrananda-visharada).

 

 

Text 153

 

 

pandita pandita-guna

     panditananda-karini

paripalana-kartri ca

     tatha sthiti-vinodini

 

     She is wise and learned (pandita). She has the virtues of the wise (pandita-guna). She delights the wise (panditananda-karini). She protects the devotees (paripalana-kartri). She enjoys transcendental pastimes in Her home (sthiti-vinodini).

 

 

Text 154

 

 

tatha samhara-shabdadhya

     vidvaj-jana-manohara

vidusham priti-janani

     vidvat-prema-vivardhini

 

     She is eloquent (samhara-shabdadhya). She enchants the wise (vidvaj-jana-manohara). She is the mother of happiness for the wise (vidusham priti-janani). She increases the love the wise feel for Lord Krishna (vidvat-prema-vivardhini).

 

 

Text 155

 

 

nadeshi nada-rupa ca

     nada-bindu-vidharini

shunya-sthana-sthita shunya-

     rupa-padapa-vasini

 

     She is the queen of words (nadeshi). She is eloquent words personified (nada-rupa). She concisely speaks a droplet of words (nada-bindu-vidharini). She stays in a place far beyond the material realm (shunya-sthana-sthita). She stays under a tree far beyond the material realm (shunya- rupa-padapa-vasini).

 

 

Text 156

 

 

karttika-vrata-kartri ca

     vasana-harini tatha

jala-shaya jala-tala

     shila-tala-nivasini

 

     She performs the vow of Karttika-vrata (karttika-vrata-kartri). She takes away material desires (vasana-harini). She resides on the milk-ocean (jala-shaya and jala-tala) and on a hill (shila-tala-nivasini).

 

 

Text 157

 

 

kshudra-kitanga-samsarga

     sanga-dosha-vinashini

koti-kandarpa-lavanya

     kandarpa-koti-sundari

 

     She will show Her mercy to the most insignificant creature (kshudra-kitanga-samsarga). She cures the disease born of contact with the material energy (sanga-dosha-vinashini). She is more beautiful than many millions of Kamadevas (koti-kandarpa-lavanya and kandarpa-koti-sundari).

 

 

Text 158

 

 

kandarpa-koti-janani

     kama-bija-pradayini

kama-shastra-vinoda ca

     kama-shastra-prakashini

 

     She is the mother of millions of Kamadevas (kandarpa-koti-janani). She gives the seed of the desire to attain Lord Krishna (kama-bija-pradayini). She is expert in the science of amorous pastimes (kama-shastra-vinoda and kama-shastra-prakashini).

 

 

Text 159

 

 

kama-prakashika kaminy

     animady-ashta-siddhi-da

yamini yamini-natha-

     vadana yaminishvari

 

     She is an amorous girl (kama-prakashika and kamini). She grants the eight mystic perfections, beginning with anima (animady-ashta-siddhi-da). She is in control of Her senses (yamini) and She is the leader of all restrained, self-controlled girls (yamini-natha-vadana and yaminishvari).

 

 

Text 160

 

 

yaga-yoga-hara bhukti-

     mukti-datri hiranya-da

kapala-malini devi

     dhama-rupiny apurva-da

 

     She gives the results of Vedic sacrififces (yaga-yoga-hara). She gives sense gratification and liberation (bhukti-mukti-datri). She gives gold (hiranya-da). As Durga-devi, She wears a garland of skulls (kapala-malini). She is a goddess (devi). Her form is splendid and glorious (dhama-rupini). She gives what has never been given before (apurva-da).

 

 

Text 161

 

 

kripanvita guna gaunya

     gunatita-phala-prada

kushmanda-bhuta-vetala-

     nashini sharadanvita

 

     She is merciful (kripanvita), virtuous (guna), and the most important (gaunya). She gives a result that is beyond the three modes of material nature (gunatita-phala-prada). She kills the kushmandas, bhutas, and vetalas (kushmanda-bhuta-vetala-nashini). She is glorious like autumn (sharadanvita).

 

 

Text 162

 

 

sitala shavala hela

     lila lavanya-mangala

vidyarthini vidyamana

     vidya vidya-svarupini

 

     She is pleasingly cool (sitala). She has a great variety of virtues (shavala). She is happiness (hela) and playfulness (lila). She is beautiful and auspicious (lavanya-mangala). She is an earnest student (vidyarthini). She is known by the devotees (vidyamana). She is knowledge personified (vidya and vidya-svarupini).

 

 

Text 163

 

 

anvikshiki shastra-rupa

     shastra-siddhanta-karini

nagendra naga-mata ca

     krida-kautuka-rupini

 

     She is the science of logic (anvikshiki), the Vedas personified (shastra-rupa), the teacher of the Vedas' final conclusion (shastra-siddhanta-karini, the beloved of Lord Shesha (nagendra), the mother of the snakes (naga-mata) and playful and happy (krida-kautuka-rupini).

 

 

Text 164

 

 

hari-bhavana-shila ca

     hari-toshana-tat-para

hari-prana hara-prana

     shiva-prana shivanvita

 

     She meditates on Lord Hari (hari-bhavana-shila), and is dedicated to pleasing Lord Hari (hari-toshana-tat-para). She is Lord Hari's life and soul (hari-prana), Lord Shiva's life and soul (hara-prana and shiva-prana), and Lord Shiva's companion (shivanvita).

 

 

Text 165

 

 

narakarnava-samhantri

     narakarnava-nashini

nareshvari naratita

     nara-sevya narangana

 

     She destroys the ocean of hellish sufferings (narakarnava-samhantri and narakarnava-nashini). She is the queen of humans (nareshvari), is beyond the world of humans (naratita), should be served by humans (nara-sevya), and is like an ordinary human girl (narangana).

 

 

Text 166

 

 

yashodanandana-prana-

     vallabha hari-vallabha

yashodanandanaramya

     yashodanandaneshvari

 

     For Yashoda's son She is more dear than life (yashodanandana-prana-vallabha). She is dear to Lord Hari (hari-vallabha). She delights Yashoda's son (yashodanandanaramya). She is the queen of Yashoda's son (yashodanandaneshvari).

 

 

Text 167

 

 

yashodanandanakrida

     yashoda-kroda-vasini

yashodanandana-prana

     yashodanandanarthada

 

     She enjoys pastimes with Yashoda's son (yashodanandanakrida), sits on the lap of Yashoda's son (yashoda-kroda-vasini), is the life and soul of Yashoda's son (yashodanandana-prana), and fulfills the desires of Yashoda's son (yashodanandanarthada).

 

 

Text 168

 

 

vatsala kaushala kala

     karunarnava-rupini

svarga-lakshmir bhumi-

     lakshmir draupadi pandava-priya

 

     She is affectionate (vatsala), expert (kaushala), beautiful (kala), and an ocean of mercy (karunarnava-rupini). She is heavenly opulence (svarga-lakshmi) and earthly opulence (bhumi-lakshmi). She is Draupadi (draupadi), who is dear to the Pandavas (pandava-priya).

 

 

Text 169

 

 

tatharjuna-sakhi bhaumi

     bhaimi bhima-kulodvaha

bhuvana mohana kshina

     panasakta-tara tatha

 

     She is Arjuna's friend (arjuna-sakhi), a resident of the earth (bhaumi), very exalted (bhaimi), born in an exalted family (bhima-kulodvaha), a resident of the material worlds (bhuvana), charming (mohana), slender (kshina), and fond of betelnuts (panasakta-tara).

 

 

Text 170

 

 

panarthini pana-patra

     pana-pananda-dayini

dugdha-manthana-karmadhya

     dugdha-manthana-tat-para

 

     She begs for betelnuts (panarthini), is Lord Shri Krishna's betelnut cup (pana-patra), and gives the happiness of chewing betelnuts (pana-pananda-dayini). She dutifully churns milk (dugdha-manthana-karmadhya and dugdha-manthana-tat-para).

 

 

Text 171

 

 

dadhi-bhandarthini krishna-

     krodhini nandanangana

ghrita-lipta takra-yukta

     yamuna-para-kautuka

 

     Lord Krishna asks for Her jug of yogurt (dadhi-bhandarthini). She becomes angry at Krishna (krishna-krodhini). Sheb is a delightful girl (nandanangana) anointed with ghee (ghrita-lipta), carring buttermilk (takra-yukta), and eager to cross to the Yamuna's other shore (yamuna-para-kautuka).

 

 

Text 172

 

 

vicitra-kathaka krishna-

     hasya-bhashana-tat-para

gopanganaveshtita ca

     krishna-sangarthini tatha

 

     She speaks wonderful and colorful words (vicitra-kathaka). Her words mock Krishna (krishna-hasya-bhashana-tat-para). She is surrounded by the gopis (gopanganaveshtita). She yearns for Lord Krishna's company (krishna-sangarthini).

 

 

Text 173

 

 

rasasakta rasa-ratir

     asavasakta-vasana

haridra harita hariny

     anandarpita-cetana

 

     She is attached to the rasa dance (rasasakta) and She enjoys the rasa dance (rasa-rati). She is attached to drinking asava nectar (asavasakta-vasana). Her complexion is fair (haridra and harita) and She is charming (harini). She brings bliss to the heart (anandarpita-cetana).

 

 

Text 174

 

 

nishchaitanya ca nishceta

     tatha daru-haridrika

subalasya svasa krishna-

     bharya bhashati-vegini

 

     She faints with love of Krishna (nishchaitanya and nishceta) and becomes like a golden doll made of wood (daru-haridrika). She is Subala's sister (subalasya svasa), and Krishna's wife (krishna-bharya). She is very eloquent (bhashati-vegini).

 

 

Text 175

 

 

shridamasya shakhi dama-

     damini dama-dharini

kailasini keshini ca

     harid-ambara-dharini

 

     She is Shridama's friend (shridamasya shakhi). She is glorious (dama-damini and dama-dharini). She is Parvati (kailasini). She has beautiful hair (keshini). She wears blue garments (harid-ambara-dharini).

 

 

Text 176

 

 

hari-sannidhya-datri ca

     hari-kautuka-mangala

hari-prada hari-dvara

     yamuna-jala-vasini

 

     She stays by Lord Krishna's side (hari-sannidhya-datri). She is very happy to stay with Lord Krishna (hari-kautuka-mangala). She gives Lord Hari (hari-prada) and She is the door to Lord Hari (hari-dvara). She resides by the Yamuna (yamuna-jala-vasini).

 

 

Text 177

 

 

jaitra-prada jitarthi ca

     chatura caturi tami

tamisratapa-rupa ca

     raudra-rupa yasho-'rthini

 

     She gives victory (jaitra-prada). She has conquered Her desires (jitarthi). She is expert and intelligent (chatura and caturi). She is darkness (tami and tamisra). She is austerity (atapa-rupa). She is ferocious (raudra-rupa). She is famous (yasho-'rthini).

 

 

Text 178

 

 

krishnarthini krishna-kala

     krishnananda-vidhayini

krishnartha-vasana krishna-

     ragini bhava-bhavini

 

     She yearns to associate with Lord Krishna (krishnarthini). She is an expansion of Lord Krishna (krishna-kala). She delights Lord Krishna (krishnananda-vidhayini). She yearns to associate with Lord Krishna (krishnartha-vasana), and She passionately loves Lord Krishna (krishna-ragini and bhava-bhavini).

 

 

Text 179

 

 

krishnartha-rahita bhakta

     bhakta-bhukti-shubha-prada

shri-krishna-rahita dina

     tatha virahini hareh

 

     She has no desire except to associate with Lord Krishna (krishnartha-rahita). She is devoted to Lord Krishna (bhakta). She gives happiness and auspiciousness to the devotees (bhakta-bhukti-shubha-prada). Separated from Lord Krishna (shri-krishna-rahita), She becomes very poor and wretched (dina). This happens when She is separated from Lord Hari (virahini hareh).

 

 

Text 180

 

 

mathura mathura-raja-

     geha-bhavana-bhavana

shri-krishna-bhavanamoda

     tatho''nmada-vidhayini

 

     She stays in Mathura (mathura). When He stays in the home of Mathura's king, Lord Krishna always thinks of Her (mathura-raja- geha-bhavana-bhavana). She is happy when She can think of Lord Krishna (shri-krishna-bhavanamoda). She is mad with love for Lord Krishna (unmada-vidhayini).

 

 

Text 181

 

 

krishnartha-vyakula krishna-

     sara-carma-dhara shubha

alakeshvara-pujya ca

     kuvereshvara-vallabha

 

     She is agitated with the desire to attain Lord Krishna (krishnartha-vyakula). She is the beloved of Lord Shiva, who wears a deerskin (krishnasara-carma-dhara). She is beautiful (shubha). She is worshiped by Kuvera (alakeshvara-pujya) and She is dear to Kuvera's master, Lord Shiva (kuvereshvara-vallabha).

 

 

Text 182

 

 

dhana-dhanya-vidhatri ca

     jaya kaya haya hayi

pranava pranaveshi ca

     pranavartha-svarupini

 

     She gives great wealth (dhana-dhanya-vidhatri). She is Lord Krishna 's wife (jaya). Her form is spiritual (kaya). She is the beloved of Lord Hayagriva (haya and hayi). She is the sacred syllable Om (pranava), the queen of the sacred syylable Om (pranaveshi), and the personification of the sacred syllable Om (pranavartha-svarupini).

 

 

Text 183

 

 

brahma-vishnu-shivardhanga-

     harini shaiva-shimsapa

rakshasi-nashini bhuta-

     preta-prana-vinashini

 

     She is the other half of Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva, and Lord Brahma (brahma-vishnu-shivardhanga-harini). She is Lord Shiva's beloved (shaiva-shimsapa). She kills the demonesses (rakshasi-nashini). She kills the bhutas and pretas (bhuta-preta-prana-vinashini).

 

 

Text 184

 

 

sakalepsita-datri ca

     shaci sadhvi arundhati

pati-vrata pati-prana

     pati-vakya-vinodini

ashesha-sadhani kalpa-

     vasini kalpa-rupini

 

     She fulfills all desires (sakalepsita-datri). She is Shaci (shaci). She is saintly (sadhvi). She is Arundhati (arundhati). She is faithful to Her husband (pati-vrata). Her husband is Her very life (pati-prana). She delights in Her husband's words (pati-vakya-vinodini). She has the power to do anything (ashesha-sadhani). All Her desires are automatically fulfilled (kalpa-vasini and kalpa-rupini).

 

 

 

Shruti-phala

The Result of Hearing

 

 

Text 1

shri-mahadeva uvaca

 

ity etat kathitam devi

     radha-nama-sahasrakam

yah pathet pathayad vapi

     tasya tushyati madhavah

 

 

     Lord Shiva said: Thus I have spoken to you the thousand names of Shri Radha. Lord Madhava is pleased with anyone who reads or has someone else read these names.

 

Text 2

 

kim tasya yamunabhir va

     nadibhih sarvatah priye

kurukshetradi-tirthaish ca

     yasya tushto janardanah

 

 

     When one pleases Lord Janardana what need has he for the sacred rivers headed by the Yamuna, or the holy places headed by Kurukshetra?

 

 

Text 3

 

stotrasyasya prasadena

     kim na sidhyati bhu-tale

brahmano brahma-varcasvi

     kshatriyo jagati-patih

 

 

     What perfection is not attained in this world by the mercy of this prayer? By its mercy a brahmana becomes powerful as the demigod Brahma and a kshatriya becomes king of the world.

 

 

Texts 4 and 5

 

 

vaishyo nidhi-patir bhuyat

     shudro mucyeta janmatah

brahma-hatya-sura-pana-

     steyader ati-patakat

 

sadyo mucyeta deveshi

     satyam satyam na samshayah

radha-nama-sahasrasya

     samanam nasti bhu-tale

 

 

     By its mercy a vaishya becomes the master of great wealth and a shudra becomes free fom his low birth. By its mercy one becomes free from a host of sins beginning with killing a brahmana, drinking wine, and committing theft. O queen of the demigods, it is true. There is no doubt it is true. In this world there is nothing equal to the thousand names of Shri Radha.

 

Text 6

 

svarge vapy atha patale

     girau va jalato 'pi va

natah param shubham stotram

     tirtham natah param param

 

 

     In Svargaloka, in Patalaloka, on the mountains, or in the oceans no prayer is better than this prayer, no holy place is better than this prayer.

 

 

Text 7

 

ekadashyam shucir bhutva

     yah pathet susamahitah

tasya sarvartha-siddhih syac

     chrinuyad va su-shobhane

 

 

     A person who becomes clean and attentively reads or hears this prayer on the ekadashi day attains all his desires, O beautiful one.

 

Text 8

 

dvadashyam paurnamasyam va

     tulasi-sannidhau shive

yah pathet shrinuyad vapi

     tasya tat tat phalam shrinu

 

 

     O auspicious one, please hear the result attained by a person who reads or hears this prayer in the presence of Tulasi-devi on a dvadashi or on the full-moon day.

 

 

Texts 9-14

 

 

ashvamedham rajasuyam

     barhaspatyam tatha trikam

ati-ratram vajapeyam

     agnishtomam tatha shubham

 

kritva yat phalam apnoti

     shrutva tat phalam apnuyat

karttike cashtamim prapya

     pathed va shrinuyad api

 

sahasra-yuga-kalpantam

     vaikuntha-vasatim labhet

tatash ca brahma-bhavane

     shivasya bhavane punah

 

suradhinatha-bhavane

     punar yati sa-lokatam

ganga-tiram samasadya

     yah pathet shrinuyad api

 

vishnoh sarupyam ayati

     satyam satyam sureshvari

mama vaktra-girer jata

     parvati-vadanashrita

 

radha-natha-sahasrakhya

     nadi trailokya-pavani

pathyate hi maya nityam

     bhaktya shaktya yathocitam

 

 

     A person who reads or hears this prayer attains the same result as if he had performed ashvamedha, raajasuya, barhaspatya, trika, atiratra, vajapeya, and agnishtoma yajnas. A person who reads or hears this prayer on the ashtami day of the month of Karttika lives in Vaikuntha for thousands of yugas. He goes to Brahma's abode, Shiva's abode, and Indra's abode. A person who on the Ganges shore reads or hears this prayer attains a spiritual form like that of Lord Vishnu. O queen of the demigods, it is tue! It is true! This prayer, called the thousand names of Shri Radha, is a river born on the mountain of my words that now takes shelter in the mouth of Shri Parvati, a river that purifies the three worlds. I regularly read this prayer with devotion, as far as I am able.

 

 

Text 15

 

mama prana-samam hy etat

     tava pritya prakashitam

nabhaktaya pradatavyam

     pashandaya kadacana

nastikayaviragaya

     raga-yuktaya sundari

 

 

     This prayer is dear to me as life. That is why I have revealed it to you, my beloved. O beautiful one, this prayer should never be given to one who is not a devotee, to a blasphemer, to an atheist, to one who is not austere, or to one filled with material desires.

 

Text 16

 

tatha deyam maha-stotram

     hari-bhaktaya shankari

vaishnaveshu yatha-shakti

     datre punyartha-shaline

 

 

     O auspicious one, this prayer should be given to one who is devoted to Lord Hari. It should be given to a pious person who will in turn give it to the Vaishnavas as far as he is able.

 

 

Text 17

 

radha-nama-sudha-vari

     mama vaktra-sudhambudheh

uddhritasau tvaya yatnat

     yatas tvam vaishnavagranih

 

 

     You are the best of Vaishnavas because you have carefully taken the nectar of Shri Radha's names from the nectar ocean of my words.

 

 

Texts 18-20

 

 

vishuddha-sattvaya yathartha-vadine

     dvijasya seva-nirataya mantrine

datre yatha-shakti subhakta-manase

     radha-pada-dhyana-paraya shobhane

 

hari-padabja-madhupa-

     mano-bhutaya manase

radha-pada-sudhasvada-

     shaline vaishnavaya ca

 

dadyat stotram maha-punyam

     hari-bhakti-prasadhanam

janmantaram na tasyasti

     radha-krishna-padarthinah

 

 

     O beautiful one, a person who gives this very sacred prayer, which gives Krishna-bhakti, to one situated in the mode of pure goodness, to one who speaks the truth, to one who chants sacred mantras, to one who gives charity as far as he is able, to one whose heart is devoted to the Lord, to one who meditates on Shri Radha's feet, to one whose mind is a bumblebee at the lotus flower of Lord Hari's feet, to one who is thoughtful, to one who tastes the nectar at Shri Radha's feet, or to one who is a Vaishnava, attains Shri Shri Radha-Krishna's feet. He does not take birth again.

 

Text 21

 

mama prana vaishnava hi

     tesham rakshartham eva hi

shulam maya dharyate hi

     nanyatha maitra-karanam

 

 

     The Vaishnavas are my very life. I carry my trident to protect them. There is no other reason.

 

 

Text 22

 

hari-bhakti-dvisham arthe

     shulam sandharyate maya

shrinu devi yathartham me

     gaditam tvayi su-vrate

 

 

     I carry my trident to punish they who hate the devotees of Lord Hari. Hear this, O pious goddess, for to you I speak the truth.

 

Text 23

 

bhaktasi me priyasi tvam

     adah snehat prakashitam

kadapi nocyate devi

     maya nama-sahasrakam

 

 

     You are my devotee and You are dear to me. Therefore, out of affection I have revealed this to you. O goddess, I have never before spoken these thousand names.

 

 

 

TEXT NUMBERS OF SRI RADHA'S NAMES

 

(The Name is placed first and the Text Number follows it.)

 

     Abhayaprada, 84 * Abhistada, 21 * Acyutapriya, 58 * Aharada, 56 * Akasa-rupa, 121 * Alakesvara-pujya, 181 * Amavasya, 65 * Ambhoda, 56 * Ambika, 73 * Amoha, 29 * Anamsa, 46 * Ananda-yukta, 151 * Anandaprada, 70 * Anandarpita-cetana, 173 * Ananga-lata, 107 * Ananga-mohini, 106 * Anda-bahya, 53 * Anda-madhyastha, 53 * Anda-paripalini, 53 * Anda-rupa, 53 * Anda-samhartri, 53 * Andhakara-bhaya-dhvasta, 58 * Anga-harini, 100 * Angara-purna, 76 * Animady-asta-siddhi-da, 159 * Anna-purna, 68 * Anuttama, 19 * Anuttara, 32 * Anviksiki, 163 * Aparajita, 23, 81 * Apavrta, 138 * Apurva, 51 * Apurva-da, 160 * Ardha-candra-dhara, 99 * Ardra-pada-ga, 151 * Arjuna-sakhi, 169 * Arundhati, 184 * Asavasakta-vasana, 173 * Asesa-sadhani, 184 * Asoka, 20 * Atapa-rupa, 177 * Ati-sundari, 113 * Atita-gamana, 56 * Atita-guna, 44

 

     Badhu-rupa, 41 * Bakula, 79 * Bakulamoda, 79 * Balaradhya, 96 * Balesvari, 96 * Bara, 104 * Bhagesvari, 95 * Bhagini, 95 * Bhaimi, 169 * Bhakta, 139, 179 * Bhakta-bhukti-subha-prada, 179 * Bhakta-gati, 124 * Bhakta-kalpa-drumatita, 44 * Bhakta-phala-prada, 139 * Bhaktananda-pradayini, 43 * Bhakti-gamya, 43 * Bhakti-priya, 43 * Bhaktika, 124 * Bhakty-atita, 124 * Bhama, 49 * Bhandira-talavana-ga, 116 * Bharati, 41 * Bharya, 174 * Bhasati-vegini, 174 * Bhaumi, 169 * Bhava-bhavini, 112, 178 * Bhava-nasanta-kariny, 121 * Bhavatiga, 120 * Bhavisya, 120 * Bhavya, 120 * Bhavya-gatra, 120 * Bhayapaha, 65 * Bhima-kulodvaha, 169 * Bhogya, 95 * Bhranti, 40 * Bhukti, 160 * Bhumi, 168 * Bhuta, 120, 184 * Bhuvana, 169 * Bhuvana-mohini, 75 * Bhuvana-sundari, 77 * Bhuvanesvari, 78 * Bilva-vapuh, 104 * Bilva-vrksa-nivasini, 104 * Bilva-vrksa-priya, 104 * Bilvatmika, 104 * Bilvopama-stani, 104 * Brahma, 112 * Brahma-patni, 36 * Brahma-rupa, 51 * Brahma-visnu-sivardhanga, 183 * Brahmaloka-pratisthita, 49 * Brahmanda-bhanda-madbyastha, 51 * Brahmanda-bhanda-rupini, 51 * Brahmanda-gocara, 112 * Brahmanda-paripalini, 51 * Buddhi, 43

 

     Chaitanya, 140 * Chaitanya-rupa, 140 * Chaitanya-rupini, 140 * Cancala, 77 * Cancalamoda, 77 * Candi, 69 * Candra, 99 * Candra-gatri, 119 * Candra-kesi, 143 * Candra-koti-sugatri, 82 * Candra-prema-tarangini, 143 * Candranana-manohari, 82 * Candravali, 143 * Catur-bhuja, 137 * Catura, 177 * Caturi, 177 * Citra, 27 * Citra-lekha, 75 * Citra-malini, 30 * Citra-rupini, 27

 

     Dadhi-bhandarthini, 171 * Dadimi-kusumopama, 62 * Daksa-kanya, 48, 77 * Daksa-yajna-hara, 77 * Daksi, 77 * Dama, 175 * Dama-dharini, 175 * Damini, 175 * Damodara-priya, 13 * Danujendra-nivarini, 134 * Daru-haridrika, 174 * Daya, 40 * Daya-rupa, 115 * Dayadhara, 115 * Dayanvita, 115 * Deva-mata, 48 * Devari-kula-mardini, 33 * Devi, 33, 47, 160 * Dhairya-rupa-dhara, 63 * Dhama-rupiny, 160 * Dhana-dhanya-vidhatri, 182 * Dhanya, 109 * Dharini, 79, 133 * Dhatranandapradayini, 25 * Dhatri, 42 * Dhira, 63 * Dhrti, 33, 63 * Dhumra, 112 * Dhumra-kesa, 112 * Dina, 179 * Dipa-datri, 32 * Dipa-priya, 32 * Draupadi, 168 * Drk-pata-mohita, 98 * Dugdha-manthana-karmadhya, 170 * Dugdha-manthana-tat-para, 170 * Duhkha-hantri, 32, 127 * Duhkha-hara, 127 * Duhkha-kartri, 32 * Durba-dala-tanu-ccbavih, 144 * Durga, 46 * Durgati-nasini, 46 * Durva-dala-syama-tanuh, 144 * Dvaraka-vasini, 42 * Dvi-bhuja, 137

 

     Eka, 46 * Ekanga, 36 * Ela-lavanga-karpura, 92

 

     Gagana, 126 * Gaganesi, 132 * Gaja-mukta, 105 * Gajendra-gamini, 107 * Gaji, 132 * Gamanagamana-priya, 16 * Gamanatita-nirbhara, 129 * Gamya, 129 * Gana-mata, 127 * Gana-tosita, 126 * Ganadhyaksa, 19 * Ganga, 129 * Ganga-jalamayi, 129 * Gangerita, 130 * Gati, 50 * Gati-jna, 134 * Gati-nistha, 29 * Gati-prada, 16, 29 * Gatimatam-dhatri, 24 * Gati, 19, 21, 24 * Gaunya, 161 * Gaura-candranana, 115 * Gaura-vigraha, 137 * Gaurangi, 53 * Gauri, 53, 56 * Gavadhyaksa, 19 * Gavam, 19 * Gavesi, 134 * Gavesvari, 134 * Gavi-vasini, 134 * Gavisi, 134 * Gaya, 129 * Gayatri, 20 * Gayesvari, 133 * Gayottara, 136 * Geha-bhavana-bhavana, 180 * Ghati, 111 * Ghrta-lipta, 171 * Girbana, 30 * Girbana-gana-sevita, 30 * Girbana-vandya, 30 * Girija, 47 * Gita, 129 * Gita-gamya, 16 * Gita-kusala, 134 * Gokarna, 93 * Gokulananda-dayini, 15 * Gokulananda-kartri, 15 * Gokulantara-geha, 28 * Gokulanvita-deha, 91 * Gokulatva-pradayini, 91 * Gopa, 14 * Gopa-mata, 71, 133 * Gopa-nandinim, 56 * Gopa-patni, 41 * Gopa-rajya-prada, 75 * Gopa-sundari, 71 * Gopa-vanita, 75 * Gopala-palika, 70 * Gopala-vanita, 85 * Gopalasya, 29 * Gopananda-kari, 13 * Gopanganavestita, 172 * Gopaniya, 46 * Gopi, 13 * Gopinatha-manohara, 68 * Gopinathesvari, 69 * Govardhana-hasya, 132 * Govardhanesvari, 132 * Govinda-gana-pujita, 66 * Govinda-priya-karini, 87 * Govinda-raja-grhini, 66 * Gramya, 129 * Guna, 161 * Gunatita-phala-prada, 161

 

     Hai-hai-tala-dhara, 151 * Haimavati, 50, 145 * Haimi, 99 * Hara, 133, 136 * Hara-kanta, 73 * Hara-patni, 74 * Hara-prana, 164 * Hara-prita, 74 * Hara-rata, 73 * Hara-tosana-tatpara, 74 * Harananda-pradayini, 73 * Harer jaya, 79 * Hares tanuh, 48 * Haresvari, 74 * Hari-bhakti-pradayini, 140 * Hari-bhavana-sila, 164 * Hari-bhusana-bhusadhya, 151 * Hari-dvara, 177 * Hari-kanta, 14 * Hari-kautuka-mangala, 176 * Hari-prada, 177 * Hari-prana, 164 * Hari-priya, 14 * Hari-sannidhya-datri, 176 * Hari-tosana-tat-para, 164 * Hari-vallabha, 166 * Harid-ambara-dharini, 175 * Haridra, 173 * Harini, 57, 133, 184 * Hariny, 173 * Harita, 173 * Hasya-bhasana-tat-para, 172 * Hava-bhavanvita, 111 * Haya, 132, 182 * Hayakrtih, 132 * Hayasya, 127 * Hayi, 182 * He-he-sabda-svarupa, 152 * Hela, 162 * Hema, 116 * Hema-gatri, 19 * Hema-mandana, 116 * Hema-mukhi, 99 * Hema-ragadbya, 113 * Hema-sundari, 25 * Heramba-suta, 127 * Hetu-yukta, 136 * Hi-hi-vakya-visarada, 152 * Himalaya-suta, 47 * Hiranya-da, 160 * Hrdya, 14

 

     Indranila-mani-nyasta, 65 * Isvari, 46

 

     Jagad-ambika, 70 * Jagad-ananda-kartri, 152 * Jagad-anvaya, 94 * Jagad-bija, 148 * Jagad-utpatti-karika, 118 * Jagad-yoni, 148 * Jagannatha, 81 * Jagannatha-priya, 25 * Jagannathesvari, 81 * Jagatam-adhisthatri, 73 * Jahnu-kanyka, 50 * Jaimuti, 84 * Jaitra-prada, 177 * Jala-saya, 156 * Jala-tala, 156 * Jalodari, 112, 141 * Jamatr-kula-vandita, 79 * Jambala-malika, 147 * Jambavati, 49 * Janakananda-karini, 71 * Janaki, 71 * Janani, 24 * Janma-mrtyu-jarapaha, 24 * Janmasunya, 24 * Jatila, 94 * Java-kusuma-sankasa, 62 * Jaya, 18, 70, 182 * Jaya-patni, 80 * Jaya-prada, 18 * Jayanti, 85 * Jimuta-rupa, 84 * Jitamitra-pramodini, 84 * Jitarthi, 177 * Jitendriya, 31 * Jiva, 18 * Jiva-vandya, 39 * Jivananda-pradayini, 18

 

     Kadambari-pana-para, 102 * Kailasa-vasini, 72, 149 * Kailasacala-vasini, 87 * Kailasini, 175 * Kaivalya-dayini, 68 * Kaivalya-patha-da, 122 * Kaivalya-sundari, 68 * Kaivarti, 116 * Kala, 115, 168 * Kaladhinatha-vadana, 115 * Kalanathadhirohini, 115 * Kali-kalmasa-bhanga, 86 * Kali-kalmasa-nasini, 86 * Kali-kalmasa-rupa, 86 * Kalindatanaya-tira, 102 * Kalindi, 50 * Kalindi-kula-dipika, 101 * Kalpa, 53, 184 * Kalpa-rupini, 184 * Kama-bija-pradayini, 158 * Kama-kala, 101 * Kama-karika, 101 * Kama-lalasa-vigraha, 17 * Kama-prakasika, 159 * Kama-sastra-prakasini, 158 * Kama-sastra-vinoda, 158 * Kama-vallabha, 103 * Kamala, 25, 72 * Kamala-kanta-grhini, 72 * Kamala-sundari, 26 * Kamalalaya, 72 * Kamanga-harini, 46 * Kamari-kanta, 17 * Kamesi, 17 * Kamesvari, 101 * Kaminy, 159 * Kampamana, 131 * Kamsa-hara, 131 * Kanakakrti, 133 * Kancanabha, 19 * Kancanangada-dharini, 19 * Kandarpa-koti-janani, 158 * Kandarpa-koti-sundari, 157 * Kanta, 26, 96 * Kanta-nitambini, 96 * Kantara-sustha-vasini, 141 * Kantara-vasini, 32 * Kanti, 33 * Kanya, 14 * Kapala-malini, 160 * Kapila, 111 * Karani, 100 * Karika, 101 * Karini, 150 * Karna, 93 * Karttika-vrata-kartri, 156 * Karttiki, 65 * Karuna, 93 * Karunamaya-karini, 93 * Karunarnava-dharini, 57 * Karunarnava-rupini, 168 * Karunarnava-sampurna, 57 * Karunya, 93 * Karyatita, 100 * Kaulini, 94 * Kaumari, 76 * Kauseyambara-dharini, 117 * Kaya, 182 * Kesa, 101, 111 * Kesa-pasa-rata, 143 * Kesa-saivala-dhatri, 119 * Kesava, 90 * Kesava-prita, 90 * Kesava-priya, 90 * Kesavananda-datri, 89 * Kesavananda-dayini, 89 * Kesavi, 90 * Kesini, 175 * Kevala, 84 * Khecara-suta, 81 * Khecaratva-pradayini, 81 * Khecari, 81 * Kisora-sanga-samsarga, 115 * Kisora-vallabha, 101 * Kisori, 25 * Kisorini, 100 * Kosa, 117 * Kosa-rupa, 118 * Kosala, 168 * Kosavari, 118 * Koti-kandarpa-lavanya, 157 * Krida-kautuka-rupini, 163 * Kripatita, 93 * Krodhini, 171 * Krpa, 86 * Krpanvita, 161 * Krpavati, 87 * Krishna, 11, 12, 26, 32, 139, 147, 149, 171, 172, 174, 178, 181 * Krishna-bhakta-phalarthini, 150 * Krishna-bhogya, 95 * Krishna-kala, 178 * Krishna-kanta, 12, 55 * Krishna-kroda, 141 * Krishna-pivari, 96 * Krishna-prema, 140 * Krishna-prema-parayana, 44 * Krishna-prema-rata, 139 * Krishna-prema-tarangini, 109 * Krishna-premavati, 109 * Krishna-prita, 139 * Krishna-rata, 139 * Krishna-samyuta, 11 * Krishna-sangarthini, 172 * Krishna-stuta, 55 * Krishna-taranga-da, 145 * Krishna-tosana-tat-para, 139 * Krishnacandra-priya, 32 * Krishnam, 104 * Krishnananda-pradayini, 12 * Krishnananda-vidhayini, 178 * Krishnanga-vasini, 14 * Krishnartha-rahita, 179 * Krishnartha-vasana, 178 * Krishnartha-vyakula, 181 * Krishnarthini, 178 * Krishnavatara-nirata, 150 * Krsnesi, 103 * Ksama, 33 * Ksamakula, 40 * Ksema, 46, 83 * Ksema-kari, 83 * Ksetra, 94 * Ksetra-nivasini, 136 * Ksetradhisthatr-rupa, 89 * Ksetratita, 89 * Ksina, 169 * Ksirodasayini, 33 * Ksudha, 143 * Ksudra-kitanga-samsarga, 157 * Ksut, 40 * Kula-dipika, 31 * Kula-ksetra-nivasini, 129 * Kula-prada, 89 * Kula-priya, 34 * Kula-pujya, 34 * Kulajendra-nivasini, 85 * Kulavati, 87 * Kulina, 31 * Kulodvaha, 32 * Kumari, 71 * Kumuda, 103 * Kumudananda, 103 * Kusmanda-bhuta-vetala, 161 * Kusumamoda-dharini, 102 * Kutila, 94 * Kutilalaka, 97 * Kutira-vasini, 112 * Kuveresvara-vallabha, 181

 

     Lajja, 33 * Laksmana-geha-stha, 78 * Laksmi, 33, 168 * Lalita, 30 * Langhana-ksama, 122 * Lata, 107 * Lavanga, 129 * Lavanga-namni, 91 * Lavanya-mangala, 162 * Lila, 162

 

     Mabodari, 141 * Mada-dayini, 138 * Madana-mohini, 12, 46 * Madhava-mano, 57 * Madhavi, 57 * Maha-bhima, 84 * Maha-durga, 141 * Maha-jiva-prada, 26 * Maha-laksmi, 34, 42 * Maha-mukta, 105 * Maha-mukti-phala-prada, 105 * Maha-visnu-priya, 53 * Mahalasa, 67 * Maheyi, 76 * Malati-malya-bhusadhya, 54 * Malati-malya-dharini, 54 * Manda-lajja, 48 * Mangala-prada, 58 * Mangalamoda-janani, 146 * Mangalya, 58 * Mano-'dhisthatr-devi, 44 * Manohara, 39 * Manorama, 114 * Mathura, 180 * Mathura-raja, 180 * Mati, 21, 32, 33 * Matsya-raja-suta, 76 * Matsya-rupa, 100 * Maya, 70 * Megha-rupa, 113 * Mekhalamoda-dharini, 146 * Minavatara, 132 * Minesi, 132 * Mitravinda, 50 * Moha, 29 * Mohana, 169 * Mudrasya, 138 * Mukha-vasa-mukhanvita, 92 * Mukhi, 99 * Mukhya, 92 * Mukhya-nivasini, 92 * Mukhya-prada, 92 * Mukti-datri, 160 * Mukti-hetu, 122 * Mukti-hetu-langhani, 122

 

     Nada-bindu-vidharini, 155 * Nada-rupa, 155 * Nadesi, 155 * Naga-karnika, 93 * Naga-mata, 163 * Nagara, 144 * Nagaralingana-para, 145 * Nagarananda-karini, 144 * Nagarangana-mangala, 145 * Nagendra, 163 * Nagendra-kanya, 88 * Nairvani, 136 * Nanda, 85 * Nanda-priya, 23 * Nanda-suta, 23 * Nandanandana-patni, 18 * Nandanangana, 171 * Nara-sevya, 165 * Narakarnava-nasini, 165 * Narakarnava-samhantri, 165 * Naranga-kula-mandana, 91 * Naranga-phala-sobhita, 98 * Narangana, 165 * Narangi, 91 * Narasimhi, 76 * Naratita, 165 * Narayana-priya, 97 * Narayani, 93 * Naresvari, 165 * Nari, 77 * Nasgari-raga, 144 * Nasini, 161 * Nava-durgika, 76 * Nava-nari, 98 * Navanitika, 98 * Navina, 98 * Nayaka-prita, 69 * Nayakananda-rupini, 69 * Nayika, 69 * Nayika-nayananvita, 69 * Nidra, 40, 143 * Nila, 94 * Nilakantha-priya, 95 * Nilambara-vidhatri, 95 * Nilambaradhara, 63, 94 * Nimba-dadima-rupini, 103 * Nirakula, 27 * Niralamba, 35 * Niralamba-gana-priya, 35 * Niralamba-janaih pujya, 35 * Niraloka, 35 * Niramaya, 46 * Nirantara, 53 * Nirasraya, 35 * Nirguna, 27 * Nirvana-datri, 136 * Nischaitanya, 174 * Nisceta, 174 * Niskulina, 27 * Nisphala, 84 * Nitambini, 96 * Niti, 21 * Niti-sastra-priya, 21 * Nitya, 22 * Nitya-gehini, 41 * Nitya-rupa, 41 * Nitya-tarangini, 110 * Nityananda-kari, 86 * Nityangi, 41 * Nivasa-kusala, 136

 

     Pada-padma-subha, 65 * Padma, 25 * Padma-hasta, 25 * Padmangaraga-samraga, 119 * Palini, 46 * Pana-pananda-dayini, 170 * Pana-patra, 170 * Panarthini, 170 * Panasakta-tara, 170 * Panca-sakti-svarupa, 106 * Pandava-priya, 168 * Pandava-sakhi, 129 * Pandita, 153 * Pandita-guna, 153 * Panditananda-karini, 153 * Para, 37, 39, 47, 64 * Paranugraha-karini, 56 * Parat, 39, 47 * Paripalana-kartri, 153 * Paripurna, 50 * Parvatadhinivasa, 136 * Parvati, 47 * Pasa-sambandhini, 111 * Pati-prana, 184 * Pati-vakya-vinodini, 184 * Pati-vrata, 67, 184 * Paurnamasi, 65 * Pavitra, 26 * Pavitra-guna-siladhya, 130 * Pavitra-guna-simadhya, 131 * Pavitra-kula-dipani, 131 * Pavitra-kula-dipika, 130 * Pavitrananda-dayini, 130 * Payasvini, 26 * Payo-datri, 26 * Payoda-da, 25 * Pingala, 116 * Pipasa, 40 * Pivari, 116 * Pradhana-gopika, 14 * Prakrti, 40 * Prana, 147 * Prana-priya, 138 * Prana-rupa, 138 * Prana-rupiny, 138 * Prana-sarvasva-dayini, 149 * Prana-vimocana, 147 * Pranava, 182 * Pranavartha-svarupini, 182 * Pranavesi, 182 * Pratar-asini, 98 * Prema, 109 * Prema-bhakta, 140 * Prema-bhakti-prada, 109 * Prema-bhakti-tarangini, 110 * Prema-datri, 108 * Prema-hara, 108 * Prema-krida-paritangi, 110 * Prema-priya, 108 * Prema-rupa, 108 * Prema-saktimayi, 108 * Prema-tarangika, 143 * Premalingana-siddhangi, 146 * Premananda-tarangini, 108, 109 * Premartha-dayini, 110 * Preta-prana-vinasini, 184 * Priti-janani, 154 * Priya, 12, 29, 73, 140, 145 * Pundarikaksa-gehini, 39 * Pundarikaksa-nilaya, 39 * Pundarikaksa-sevya, 39 * Pundarikaksa-vallabha, 39 * Purnatara, 50 * Pusti, 33 * Puta-gatra, 130

    

     Radha-ramana-kanta, 149 * Radhana-rupini, 149 * Radhika, 11 * Radhya, 149 * Radhyanandaprada, 23 * Ragini, 178 * Raksasi-nasini, 184 * Rama, 74 * Rama-rata, 74 * Rambha, 72 * Ramesvari, 74 * Rasa, 90 * Rasa-gamya, 36 * Rasa-krida, 39 * Rasa-krida-kari, 90 * Rasa-mandala-madhyastha, 37 * Rasa-mandala-sevya, 38 * Rasa-mandala-sobhita, 37 * Rasa-priya, 36 * Rasa-rati, 173 * Rasa-sundari, 90 * Rasadhisthatr-devata, 36 * Rasasakta, 173 * Rasesvari, 37 * Rasika, 37 * Rasikananda, 37 * Rati-prada, 78, 122 * Rati-prita, 78 * Rati-ranga-parityaga, 122 * Rati-rupa, 78 * Rati-srestha, 78 * Rati-vega, 122 * Rati, 78, 123 * Ratna-bhusana-bhusana, 147 * Ratna-kundala-bhusita, 63 * Ratna-mala-vibhusita, 64 * Ratna-malya-dhara, 64 * Ratna-manjira-bhusangi, 147 * Ratna-simhasana-stha, 63 * Ratnalankara-samyukta, 64 * Ratnendra-sara-haradhya, 64 * Raudra, 111 * Raudra-rupa, 177 * Revati, 49 * Rini, 118 * Rohini, 99 * Rudrananda-prakasini, 111 * Rukmini, 49 * Rupa, 29, 68, 92, 106 * Rupa-padapa-vasini, 155 * Rupavati, 96 * Rupini, 70, 112

 

     Saci, 184 * Sad-bhuja, 137 * Sadananda, 68 * Sadasiva-manohara, 40 * Sadhvi, 67, 184 * Sadhya-vilasika, 146 * Sadyo-mukti-prada, 47 * Sahasrasya, 138 * Saila, 25 * Sairisi, 125 * Saisavananda-karini, 106 * Saiva, 113 * Saiva-simsapa, 184 * Saivalananda-dayini, 113 * Sakalepsita-datri, 184 * Sakhi, 117, 120, 175 * Sakhi-madhya-nivasini, 129 * Sakti, 106 * Sakti-svarupini, 106 * Salila, 97 * Sambhu-kanta, 40 * Samha, 118 * Samhara-karini, 118 * Samhara-sabdadhya, 154 * Samhartri, 34 * Samsara-nasini, 113 * Samsara-ragini, 120 * Samsararnava-para-da, 55 * Samudra-jala-vasika, 143 * Samudra-jala-vasini, 143 * Samudra-mathanodbhuta, 143 * Samudramrta-rupa, 143 * Sandrananda-visarada, 152 * Sanga-dosa-vinasini, 157 * Sankata, 97 * Sankhaspada, 79 * Sannyasa-dharma-kusala, 136 * Sannyasesi, 136 * Sara-bhuta, 53 * Sara-carma-dhara, 181 * Sarac-candra-mukhi, 136 * Sarada, 56 * Saradanvita, 161 * Saran-mukhi, 136 * Sarasvati, 36 * Sarpini, 94 * Sarva, 39, 47, 110 * Sarva-bhutanam, 46, 100 * Sarva-daityanam, 34 * Sarva-jivesvari, 39 * Sarva-karana-karana, 43 * Sarva-mangala, 26 * Sarva-vandya, 46 * Sarvaga, 36 * Sarvajnatva-vidhatri, 128 * Sarvanga-sundari, 129 * Sasi-koti-sama-prabha, 54 * Sasi-sekhara, 53 * Sasi-su-sobhana, 99 * Sastra-rupa, 163 * Sastra-siddhanta-karini, 163 * Sati, 47, 76 * Satya, 49 * Satya-prada, 148 * Satya-rupa, 41 * Satyavati, 148 * Saumya, 29 * Saumya-datri, 46 * Saumya-kulodvaha, 29 * Savala, 162 * Savitri, 34 * Sesa, 70 * Sesavati, 70 * Seva-sevya, 83 * Sevakananda-dayika, 148 * Sevitepsita-sarvada, 127 * Sevya, 36, 83 * Siddha, 146 * Siddha-ksetra-nivasini, 88 * Siddha-rupa, 88 * Siddha-yogini, 41 * Sila-tala-nivasini, 156 * Sindhu-kanya, 42 * Sirisa-kusumakrti, 125 * Sirisa-kusumamoda, 125 * Sirisa-kusumojjvala, 125 * Sirisa-mrdhvi, 125 * Sisira, 113 * Sita, 67 * Sitala, 162 * Siva, 18, 46, 83 * Siva-bhakta, 83 * Siva-bhakti-da, 124 * Siva-bhakti-sukhanvita, 126 * Siva-brahma-hari-priya, 53 * Siva-kroda, 141 * Siva-prana, 164 * Siva-sakti-svarupa, 124 * Sivanvita, 83, 164 * Sivardhanga-viharini, 124 * Smrti, 33 * Sokanasini, 20 * Sokorahita, 20 * Sranti, 40 * Srestha, 61, 68 * Srestha-rupa, 61 * Shri-ganesa, 60 * Shri-garbha, 58 * Shri-hara, 59 * Shri-kama, 59 * Shri-kriya-rupini, 60 * Shri-krishna-bhajananvita, 60 * Shri-krishna-bhavanamoda, 180 * Shri-krishna-rahita, 179 * Shri-nitamba, 60 * Shri-nivasa, 58 * Shri-prada, 58 * Shri-radha, 11, 61 * Shri-rupa, 59 * Shri-svarupashrita, 60 * Shri-svarupini, 59 * Shrida, 59 * Shridamananda-datri, 59 * Shridamasya, 175 * Shridamesvara-vallabha, 59 * Shrila, 60 * Shrimati, 12, 61 * Shrisa, 58 * Srkkani-parimohita, 97 * Srnkhala, 111 * Srsti-sthiti-kari, 118 * Sruti, 60 * Sruti-priya, 61 * Sthana-datri, 42 * Sthana-rupa, 43 * Sthira, 53 * Sthiti-vinodini, 153 * Sthiti, 43 * Su-gopi, 75 * Su-komala, 119 * Su-kulina, 27 * Su-locana, 77 * Su-vesini, 121 * Subalasya, 174 * Subha, 23, 75, 94, 122, 181 * Subhangi, 23 * Subhankari, 46 * Suci, 65 * Suddha-sattva, 31 * Sukadeva-gunatita, 117 * Sukadeva-priya, 117 * Sukhesvari, 127 * Suki, 116 * Suksma, 84 * Sulaksmana, 50 * Sunya, 155 * Sunya-sthana-sthita, 155 * Susevini, 115 * Svarga-laksmi, 168 * Svasa, 174 * Svayam, 37 * Svayam-prabha, 42 * Sveta, 110 * Sveta-campaka-varnabha, 54 * Syama, 107, 136 * Syama-sakhi, 120 * Syama-vallabha, 57 * Syamala, 75

 

     Taitilananda-paritosaka, 105 * Takra-yukta, 171 * Tami, 177 * Tami, 99 * Tamisra, 177 * Tarkali, 103 * Tejasvini, 122 * Tejo-rupa, 122 * Thai-thai-sabda-sakti-prakasini, 151 * Timingla-kulamoda, 100 * Tira-gebini, 102 * Trailokya-mata, 73 * Trailokya-sundari, 14 * Tulasi-tosika, 105 * Tulasy-adhisthatr-devi, 55

 

     Ucca-nica, 145 * Ugra-rupa, 141 * Ujjvala-gatrika, 22 * Ujjvalaprada, 22 * Unmada-vidhayini, 180

 

     Vadana, 159 * Vadhu, 83 * Vaijayanti, 103 * Vaikuntha-natha-grhini, 66 * Vaikuntha-paramalaya, 66 * Vaikuntha-sundari, 67 * Vaikunthadeva-devadhya, 67 * Vairagyakula-dipika, 72 * Vaisali, 123 * Vaisnavi, 34, 49 * Vakra-rupa, 80 * Vakra-viksana-viksita, 80 * Vakresvari, 80 * Vallabha, 11, 99, 166 * Vama-bhaga, 87 * Vama-devi, 87 * Vamanga-harini visnoh, 126 * Varahi, 76 * Vasana-harini, 156 * Vasanta-raga-samraga, 137 * Vasanta-vasanakrti, 137 * Vasini, 25, 27, 90, 94, 102, 184 * Vatsala, 168 * Veda-gamini, 34 * Veda-marga-pravardhini, 21 * Veda-sara, 47 * Veda-vadini, 114 * Vedagamya, 22 * Vedagarbha, 21 * Vedamata, 20 * Vedapara, 22 * Vedapriya, 21 * Vedatita, 20, 35 * Vedavati, 67 * Vegadhya, 114 * Vegavati, 114 * Venu-rati, 28 * Venu-vadya, 28 * Venu-vadya-parayana, 28 * Vetravati, 97 * Vibhavari, 97 * Vicitra-kathaka, 172 * Vicitra-mani-bhusana, 148 * Vicitra-vasini, 27 * Vicittra-kanakojjvala, 22 * Vidusam, 154 * Viduttama, 20 * Vidvaj-jana-manohara, 154 * Vidvat-prema-vivardhini, 154 * Vidya, 162 * Vidya-svarupini, 162 * Vidyamana, 162 * Vidyarthini, 162 * Vidyut-prabha, 133 * Viharini hareh, 179 * Vihasya, 138 * Vijaya, 80 * Vijita, 126 * Vijitamoda, 126 * Vikalotkarsini, 117 * Vikasita-mukhambuja, 15 * Vilasini, 49 * Vilasiny, 23 * Vimala, 32 * Vimalangi, 23 * Vimalodaka, 32 * Vimoha, 29 * Vindhyacala-nivasini, 131 * Vindhyadri-parivasini, 119 * Vindhyalaya, 120 * Vipra-mata, 133 * Viraga-kusala, 116 * Virahini, 179 * Viraja, 78 * Visakha, 30 * Visala-grha-vasa, 123 * Visala-kula-sambhava, 123 * Visala-netra, 123 * Visala-vadari, 123 * Visnor anga-nivasini, 16 * Vishnu-bhavana-tatpara, 82 * Vishnu-kanta, 16 * Vishnu-priya, 16 * Vishnu-vaksah-sthala-stha, 82 * Visoka, 20, 30 * Vrksa-rupa, 53 * Vrnda, 48 * Vrndaranya-priya, 48 * Vrndavana-vihari, 15 * Vrndavana-vilasini, 48, 55 * Vrndavanesvari, 12 * Vrsabhanu-suta, 18

 

     Yacakayacakananda, 150 * Yacakojjvala, 150 * Yadavendra-vadhu, 83 * Yaga-yoga-hara, 160 * Yamalarjuna-bhanjini, 80 * Yamini, 159 * Yamini-natha, 159 * Yaminisvari, 159 * Yamuna, 79 * Yamuna-jala-vasini, 177 * Yamuna-para-kautuka, 171 * Yamuna-tosa-karini, 85 * Yamunangi, 85 * Yasasvini, 13 * Yaso-'rthini, 177 * Yasoda, 56 * Yasoda-kroda-vasini, 167 * Yasodananana-vallabha, 13 * Yasodananda-gehini, 17 * Yasodananda-patni, 17 * Yasodanandana-prana, 166, 167 * Yasodanandanakrida, 167 * Yasodanandanaramya, 166 * Yasodanandanarthada, 167 * Yasodanandanesvari, 166 * Yasogamya, 13 * Yati, 81 * Yauvanananda, 71 * Yoga-gamya, 62 * Yoga-mata, 61 * Yoga-priya, 62 * Yoga-rupini, 88 * Yoga-siddha, 88 * Yogananda-kari, 28 * Yogatita, 61 * Yogesa, 61 * Yogesi, 88 * Yogini, 88 * Yogini-gana-vandita, 62 * Yosid-ananda-karini, 108 * Yosit-sakti-svarupa, 107 * Yuga-priya, 61 * Yuvati, 71, 96 *