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Good felicity for Rāmacandra, Who is the pleasure of mind of the daughter of Janaka (Sītā), and Who fulfils my wishes; felicity for Rāmacandra, Who is the Lord of Kausalyā, Who nourishes His devotee with His gentle smile, and Who is served by Indra (Vāsava) and other demi-gods.
Lots of felicity for Rāmacandra, Who has a beautiful cloud like body, Who is adorned with paste of sandalwood, and Who is adorned by a shiny bracelet; lovely felicity for Rāmacandra, Who is adorned with earrings studded with various gems, Who has a garland of Tulasī, and Who has a lotus like body.
All the felicity for Rāmacandra, Who is the son of Devakī (as Kṛṣṇa), Who is reverred by the God of demi-gods, and Who is the blissful supreme preceptor; immeasurable felicity for Rāmacandra, Who has an eyes like the lotus flower, Who has a resplendent body like the moon, and Who has Garuḍa (egg-born) as the vehicle.
Auspicious felicity for Rāmacandra, Who is pure in form, Who is in the form of Vedānta and Veda treatises, and Who is pleasure to watch owing to beauty; all the felicity for Rāmacandra, Who resides in the lotus-like heart of Rāmadāsa (the poet), and Who is the best among the rulers.
Translator: Animesh Kumar
Submitter: Animesh Kumar
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