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Song 7

 

(11)

shata-koti gopimadhava-man

rakhite narilokori’ jatan

 

11) Millions of cowherd damsels are unable to please the mind of Madhava although endeavoring to do so.

 

(12)

venu-gite dakeradhika-nam

`eso eso radhe!’dakoye shyam

 

12) The flute song calls the name of Radhika “Come here, come here, Radhe!” Shyama calls out in the night.

 

(13)

bhangiya shri-rasa-mandala tabe

radha-anveshanecalaye jabe

 

13) When the Shri-rasa-mandala comes to a halt  in search of Beloved Radha He then goes.

 

(14)

`dekha diya radhe!rakhoha pran!’

boliya kandayekanane kan

 

14) “Please appear, O Radhe! Kindly save My life!” calling out while weeping Kan in the forest.

 

(15)

nirjana kananeradhare dhori’

miliya paranjudaya hari

 

15) In a secluded grove embracing Radhika regaining His life and soul Hari is relieved.

 

(16)

bole, `tunhu vinakahara rasa?

tunhu lagi’ morbaraja-basa’

 

16) Saying, “Without You, where is the rasa dance? Only because of You do I live in Vraja.”

 

(17)

e heno radhika-carana-tale

bhakativinodakandiya bole

 

17) At the lotus feet of such a Radhika this Bhaktivinoda says weeping,

 

(18)

`tuwa gana-majheamare gani’

kinkori koriyarakho apani’

 

18) “Among Your personal associates please count me also; making me Your maidservant keep me as Your own.”