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Song 2

 

 

Text 1

 

payaya kripaya prema-sudham mam karaya nija-sevam bahudha mam

 

     payaya - please cause to drink; kripaya - mercifully; prema - of pure love; sudham - the nectar; mam  - me; karaya - please cause to perform; nija - own; sevam - service; bahudha - in many ways; mam - me.

 

 

     Please mercifully make me drink the nectar of ecstatic love. Please make me serve You in many ways.

 

 

Text 2

 

shri-govinda madana-gopala gopinatha

shri-krishna hare vraja-jana-gita-lila-gatha

 

     shri-govinda - O delight of the cowsdm land, and senses; madana-gopala - O cowherd boy more glorious than Kamadeva; gopinatha - O master of the gopis; shri-krishna - O all-attractive one; hare - O Lord who removes all obstacles; vraja - of Vraja; jana - by the people; gita - sung; lila - of pastimes; gatha - songs.

 

 

     O Shri Govinda, O Lord more handsome than Kamadeva, O master of the gopis, O Shri Krishna, O Hari, O Lord whose pastimes the people of Vraja glorify in song!

 

 

Text 3

 

madhurima-garima-sa-rasa-karunalaya-locana-kona-vikasham

mam anubhavaya bhavaya nija-guna-rupa-kalapa-vilasam

 

     madhurima - of sweetness; garima - greatness; sa-rasa - with nectar; karuna - of mercy; alaya - abode; locana - of the eyes; kona - corners; vikasham - manifest; mam - me; anubhavaya - please cause to see; bhavaya - please manifest; nija - own; guna - qualities; rupa - forms; kalapa - multitudes; vilasam - pastimes.

 

 

     Please allow me to see the glory of Your nectar sweet sidelong glance. Please reveal to me Your qualities, forms, and pastimes.

 

 

Text 4

 

shri-vrindavana-kunja-viharini radhe hari-dayite

naya nija-carana-saroja-talam mam urari-kuru lalite

 

     shri-vrindavana - of Shri Vrindavana; kunja - in the forest groves; viharini - who enjoy pastimes; radhe - O Radha; hari-dayite - O beloved of Lord Hari; naya - please bring; nija-carana-saroja-talam - to Your lotus feet; mam - me; urari-kuru - please accept; lalite - O graceful one.

 

 

     O Radha, O beloved, of Lord Hari, O Goddess who enjoy pastimes in the forest groves of Vrindavana, please bring me to Your lotus feet. O beautiful one, please accept me.