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Dear Gopāla is singing nicely in the Rāga Naṭa. O friend! Let us go to see Him, so that the eyes receive the best sight. He is standing below the tree of Harasṛṅgāra at the bank of river Yamunā.[1]

He has a peacock-feather on forehead and He has Guñjā flower tufts on forehead. He has variegated elements over His body and He is wearing a yellow apparel. The melodious music of flute is attracting deers and birds; they are watching Him from close.[2]

The demigods are showering flowers from sky, while the cows and cowherds are getting mesmerized due to love. Having seen the Lord of Tulasīdāsa, the cowherdesses stood where they were while holding empty water-pots.[3]


Poet: Tulasīdāsa

Book: Śrīkṛṣṇagītāvalī

Translator: Animesh Kumar

Submitter: Animesh Kumar


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