nāco-i bhāva-mūrati gorā raṅge
1) Lord Gaurāṅga, the personification of ecstatic love of God, dances in the company of His plenary portions, along with the parts and parcels of His plenary portions, with His divine weapons, and with His personal associates.
gāota kali-yuga-pāvana nām
bhrama-i śacī-suta nadīyā dhām
2) The son of Mother Śacī wanders throughout the abode of Nadīyā singing the holy names of Kṛṣṇa, which are the deliverer of all living beings imprisoned within the age of Kali, as follows:
(hare) haraye namaḥ krṣna yādavāya namaḥ
gopāla govinda rāma śrī-madhusūdana
3) “O Lord Hari! Obeisances unto Hari, who is Kṛṣṇa, the best of the Yadus, the herder of the cows, the pleasure of the cows, the supreme enjoyer, and the blessed killer of the demon named Madhu.”