Sunday, June 21, 2020

Ami Jamune Puline - Bhaktivinod Thakur - Ananda Lila das Ajay Wadekar

Ami Jamuna Puline, Author: Bhaktivinoda Thakura, Book Name: Kalyana Kalpataru Song Lyrics and Translation (1) (āmi) jamunā-puline, kadamba-kānane, ki herinu sakhī! āja (āmār) śyāma vaḿśīdhārī, maṇi-mañcopari, kare’ līlā rasarāja (2) kṛṣṇa-keli sudhā-prasravana (tāra) aṣṭa-dalopari, śrī rādhā śrī hari, aṣṭa-sakhī parijana (3) (tāra) sugīta-nartane, saba sakhī-gaṇe, tuṣiche yugala-dhane (takhon) kṛṣṇa-līlā heri’, prakṛti-sundarī, vistāriche śobhā vane (4) (āmi) ghare nā jāiba, vane praveśiba, o līlā-rasera tare (āmi) tyaji’ kula-lāja, bhaja vraja-rāja, vinoda minati kare 1) Oh Sakhi! My dear girlfriend! What have I seen today? In a kadamba grove on the banks of the Yamuna, a beautiful blackish boy holding a long flute (vamsi) is seated upon a throne of jewels, performing His pastimes as the King of all the transcendental mellows! 2) Situated upon the eight petals of the jeweled altar is Sri Radha and Sri Hari surrounded by Their attendants the eight chief gopis. There Krsna performs His amorous pastimes, which are just like a waterfall of nectar. 3) By singing sweet songs and by dancing nicely, all the gopis satisfy the treasured Divine Couple. Thus I am beholding Krsna's pastimes with His beautiful female consorts expanding throughout the splendorous forest. 4) For the sake of the mellows of such pastimes, I will not go to my home, but I will instead enter into the forest. Renouncing all shyness due to fear of family members, just worship the Lord of Vraja. This is the humble submission of Bhaktivinoda. Description This Vaishnava Song of Srila Bhaktivinod Thakur beautifully describes the transcendental loving pastimes of Srimati Radharani and Krishna along with Gopis of Vraja. On the banks of river Yamuna, in the forests of Kadamda trees beautiful blackish Krishna is playing flute while being seated on throne of jewels. Situated on eight petals of jeweled alter with Srimati Radharani, beautiful Krishna performs His pastimes like waterfall of nectar of loving transcendental mellows. The Vraja Gopis lovingly serve the divine couple by dancing and singing Their glories throughout the Vrindavan forests. Srila Bhaktivinod Thakur humbly submits that he is ready to renounce all his material possessions and enter Vrindavan forests, just to worship and surrender to the divine couple Radha-Krishna.
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