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Shrila Sarvabhauma Bhattacarya
tam pranamami ca shri shaci-tanayam (1)
I offer pranama to Shaci-tanaya (son of Shaci) Shri Gaurahari whose sublime form is more
brilliant than molten gold, who being overwhelmed in the bhava of Shrimati Radhika
incessantly performs varieties of ecstatic pastimes, and who purifies the three worlds
with a mere particle of His mercy.
tam pranamami ca shri shaci-tanayam (2)
I offer pranama to Shacinandana Shri Gaurahari, whose voice always falters as He
experiences waves of sattvika-bhava in His heart, and whose thunderous roar strikes
terror in the atheists opposing bhakti. His mercy breaks all fear of material existence.
tam pranamami ca shri shaci-tanayam (3)
I offer pranama to Shaci-tanaya Shri Gaurahari who is dressed in cloth the color of the
rising sun, whose lovely cheeks are exceedingly enchanting, whose fingernails radiate
a brilliance which defeats the glory of the full moon, and who receives immense bliss
from performing the kirtana of His own names and virtues.
tam pranamami ca shri shaci-tanayam (4)
I offer pranama to Shaci-tanaya Shri Gaurahari from whose lotus eyes streams of tears
are perpetually flowing, whose body is decorated with ever-fresh ashta-sattvikabhavas,
and whose movements are gently flowing as He dances.
tam pranamami ca shri shaci-tanayam (5)
I offer pranama to Shaci-tanaya Shri Gaurahari, the restless movements of whose
exquisite lotus feet, which are adorned with anklebells, are immensely enchanting
and whose face is more cooling than the moon.
tam pranamami ca shri shaci-tanayam (6)
I offer pranama to Shaci-tanaya Shri Gaurahari who wears a tie for His kaupinas (dora)
around His waist, whose shaven head is exceedingly beautiful, and who holds a
kamandalu in one hand and a danda which vanquishes the sins of the wicked in the
tam pranamami ca shri shaci-tanayam (7)
I offer pranama to Shaci-tanaya Shri Gaurahari whose hair looks very beautiful
ornamented with the dust of the earth which rises up as He dances, whose immensely
captivating bimba-fruit-like red lips are quivering due to His singing harinamaki
rtana, and whose forehead is adorned with glistening tilaka composed of malayajacandana.
tam pranamami ca shri shaci-tanayam (8)
I offer pranama to Shaci-tanaya Shri Gaurahari whose eyes the color of the rising sun
(aruna) defeat the splendour of a cluster of lotus flowers, whose arms reach to His
knees, and whose form is nicely attired as a youthful dancer.