Jaya Yamuna Tiravana Chari Jaya Kunja Bihari (4) Hare Krishna Hare Krishna / Krishna Krishna Hare Hare / Hare Rama Hare Rama / Rama Rama Hare Hare (3) Krishna Krishna Krishna Krishna Krishna Krishna hey (2)
dadāti sva-padāntikam [I was born in the darkest ignorance, and my spiritual master opened my eyes with the torch of knowledge. I offer my respectful obeisances unto him. When will Śrīla Rūpa Gosvāmī Prabhupāda, who has established within this material world the mission to fulfill the desire of Lord Caitanya, give me shelter under his lotus feet? ] he kṛṣṇa karuṇā-sindho
rādhā-kānta namo 'stu te [O my dear Kṛṣṇa, You are the friend of the distressed and the source of creation. You are the master of the gopīs and the lover of Rādhārāṇī. I offer my respectful obeisances unto You.] Santakaraam Bhujagashailam Padmanaabham Suresham
[Wearing a peacock-feather ornament upon His head, blue karnikara flowers on His ears, a yellow garment as brilliant as gold, and the Vaijayanti garland, Lord Krsna exhibited His transcendental form as the greatest of dancers as He entered the forest of Vrndavana, beautifying it with the marks of His footprints. He filled the holes of His flute with the nectar of His lips, and the cowherd boys sang His glories.](SB 10.21.5)
It’s a beautiful verse you know, from 10th canto, Gopis sing this. And this is nice lyric. It is known as mandakranta in Sanskrit. And mandameans very slowly, gradually. Akranta means the jiva is crying. That is akranta in Sanskrit. Mandakranta is a very nice lyric for devotional service. [For bhakti this shhanda in Sanskrit is very good.] Manda means dhire dhire, slowly, Akranta, the soul cries. Since last millions of years, our spiritual part and parcel of Krishna. Very tiny spiritual spark is separated from Krishna. So it cries to go back ….and that is this lyric. It’s beautiful description of Krishna.
barhapidam nata-vara-vapuh karnayoh karnikaram
bibhrad vasah kanaka-kapisam vaijayantim ca malam
randhran venor adhara-sudhayapurayan gopa-vrndair
vrndaranyam sva-pada-ramanam pravisad gita-kirtih [Wearing a peacock-feather ornament upon His head, blue karnikara flowers on His ears, a yellow garment as brilliant as gold, and the Vaijayanti garland, Lord Krsna exhibited His transcendental form as the greatest of dancers as He entered the forest of Vrndavana, beautifying it with the marks of His footprints. He filled the holes of His flute with the nectar of His lips, and the cowherd boys sang His glories.](SB 10.21.5)
yasyantam na viduh surasura-gana devaya tasmai namah
[Suta Gosvami said: Unto that personality whom Brahma, Varuna, Indra, Rudra and the Maruts praise by chanting transcendental hymns and reciting the Vedas with all their corollaries, pada-kramas and Upanisads, to whom the chanters of the Sama Veda always sing, whom the perfected yogis see within their minds after fixing themselves in trance and absorbing themselves within Him, and whose limit can never be found by any demigod or demon -- unto that Supreme Personality of Godhead I offer my humble obeisances.](SB 12.13.1)
Sri Sri Nivas Pushoottamma dehi dasyam The devotee prays to Krishna, na anyam bhajami. I’ll never speak anything apart from you. Nanyam Vadami Na Shrunomi, I’ll will not hear anything apart from Krishna. Please at least for purushottam maas we should take this vow, that “I’ll not hear anything else, I’ll not speak anything else” Nanyam Vadami Na Shrunomi, I’ll not hear anything else. Na Shrunomi. Na ca Chintayami, I’ll not think anything else. Nanyam Smarami, I’ll not remember anything else. I’ll chant always your names. Nanyam Bhajami, I’ll not worship anything else. Everythng else is a dog’s tale. This is Bhagavatam. Bhagavatam says very clearly that if you run after anybody apart from Krishna, it’s like catching a dog’s tale.