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Shri Chaitanya Shataka
sphuratu hridaya-madhye gauracandro natendrah
niravadhi-incessantly; galat-ashruh-tears flowing; sveda-yuktah-with perspiration; sakampah-with trembling; pulaka-hairs standing on end; valita-covered; dehah-body; sarva-lavanya-all beauty; gehah-abode; manasija-Cupid; shata-hundreds; citta-mind; kshobha-excitement; kari-causes; yashasvi-famous; sphuratu-may He reveal; hridaya-madhye-in the core of my heart; gauracandrah-Lord Gauranga; natendrah-the best among dancers.
Tears of love constantly flow from Shri Gaurachandra's eyes which reach to His ears. His bodily limbs are filled with perspiration and shivering in ecsatic love. The extraordinary beauty of His form agitates the minds of hundreds of Cupids. May that Lord Gaurachandra, who is the best amongst the dancers, please manifest in my heart.