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Shri Chaitanya Shataka
sulalita mridu-bhale candanenanucitram
shravana-yugala-randhre kundalau yasya bhatau
hridi-vinihita-haram naumi tam gauracandram
suvalita-nice patterns; mani-malaih-with ropes of pearls; baddha-cudam-tied into a crest; manah-jnah-enchanting; sulalita-pure; mridu-gentle; bhale-on His forehead; candanena-with sandalwood paste; anucitram-astonishing; shravana-yugala-randhre-on the pair of ears; kundalau-earings; yasya-whose; bhatau-glittering; hridi-on the heart; vinihita-placed; haram-necklace; naumi-I bow down; tam-that; gauracandram-Golden Moon-like Lord.
I offer my respectful obeisances to Shri Gaurasundara, whose attractive curly hair is bound with a string of jewels and whose beautiful soft forehead is decorated with fragrant sandalwood paste. His ears are decorated with shark shaped earrings and His chest is decorated with a flower garland.