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Shri Chaitanya Shataka
madhura-mukura hasyam pakva-bimbadharoshtham
suvalita-lalitangam kambu-kantham natendram
tribhuvana-kamaniyam gauracandram prapadye
kanaka-golden; mukura-mirror; kantim-splendor; caru-beautiful; vaktra-face; aravindam-lotus; madhura-sweet; mukura-blossoming; hasyam-laughter; pakva-ripened; bimba-the scarlet; adhara-ushtham-lower and upper lips; suvalita-artistic movemnts while dancing; lalita-graceful; angam-limbs; kambu-conch; kantham-neck; nata-indram-best of dancer; tribhuvana-the three worlds; kamaniyam-most attractive; gauracandram-the Golden moon-like Lord; prapadye-I take shelter.
The beauty of His sweetly smiling lotus face is like the golden bud, His lips resemble the ripened bimba fruit, and His throat is like is shaped like a conch shell. I offer my respectful obeisances to Shri Gaurachandra, whose strong limbs are most beautiful and who enchants the three worlds.