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1) Śrīkṛṣṇa; 2) Paramānandaḥ, Who is supreme bliss; 3) Govindaḥ, Who was named Govinda by Kāmadhenu and Indra; 4) Nandanandanaḥ, Who is the dear boy of Nanda; 5) Tamālaśyāmalaruciḥ, Whose splendor is like the dark bark of tamāla tree; 6) Śikhaṇḍakṛtaśekharaḥ, Who has made peacock feather as crest;
7) Pītakauśeyavasano, Whose clothes are silken and of lightening color; 8) Madhurasmitaśobhitaḥ, Who is adorned by a charming smile; 9) Kandarpakoṭilāvaṇyaḥ, Whose resplendent beauty exceeds that of million Kandarpa (cupid) put together; 10) Vṛndāraṇyamahotsavaḥ, Who is (Himself) the great festival of of Vṛndāvana.
11) Vaijayantīsphuradvakṣāḥ, Whose chest is shining due to five-flower vaijayantī garland; 12) Kakṣāttalaguḍottamaḥ, by Whose waist a nice stick (daṇḍa) is hanging; 13) Kuñjārpitaratiḥ, with Whom being placed in a flower-garden is delighting; 14) Guñjāpuñjamañjulakaṇṭhakaḥ, Whose throat is beautiful due to Guñjā flowers;
15) Karṇikārāḍhyakarṇaśrīḥ, Whose ear’s grace is adorned by karṇikā flowers; 16) Dhṛtasvarṇābhavarṇakaḥ, by Whom a gold-white ointment (of sandal) is held; 17) Muralīvādanapaṭuḥ, Whose flute-playing is skilful; 18) Ballavīkulavallabhaḥ, Who is the dear to the families of cowherdesses;
19) Gāndharvāptimahāparvā, Whose merriment is in meeting Śrīrādhā by Gāndharva vidhi; 20) Rādhārādhanapeśalaḥ, Who is skilled in taking the form of independent consort of Rādhā. Thus ends the twenty names of Śrīkrṣṇa.
He who reads or he who listens to this great eulogy named Aanandākhyam, he — having achieved the supreme friendship — becomes associated with the love of Kṛṣṇa. Having become the dear of the whole world and adorned with all the good qualities, he gets to the proximity of Nandakumāra Kṛṣṇa.
Poet: Rūpa Gosvāmī
Translator: Animesh Kumar
Submitter: Animesh Kumar
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