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Hālaru Re

O Kanhaiyā! Swing in the swing. The carpenter has meticulously made and brought the swing and showed its working on the ground. O Kānhā! I am lost in Your charms; swing in the swing.[1]

(Yaśodā says) The carpenter was asking for a hundred thousand coins and Your father, Nanda, gave him two hundred thousand coins instead. I am lost in Your charms; swing in the swing. The swing has studded precious stones and a cord of silk. I am lost in Your charms; swing in the swing.[2]

[Yasoda says] Sometimes swing in the swing, and sometimes swing in the lap of Nanda. I am lost in Your charms; swing in the swing. The damsels of Vraja pull the cord of swing, and Sūradāsa is lost in the charms of Kānhā; swing in the swing.[3]

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Poet: Sūradāsa

Book: Śrīkṛṣṇabālamādhurī

Translator: Animesh Kumar

Submitter: Animesh Kumar

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