agha-damana yaśodā-nandanau nanda-sūno
kamala-nayana gopī-candra vṛndāvanendrāḥ
praṇata-karuṇa-kṛṣṇāv ity aneka-svarūpe
tvayi mama ratir uccair vardhatāḿ nāmadheya
O Holy Name! May my attraction increase towards Your various forms such as the Killer of Agha (Agha-damana), the son of Yaśodā (Yaśodā-nandana), the son of Nanda (Nanda-sūna), the lotus-eyed One (Kamala-nayana), the Moon of the gopīs (Gopī-candra), the Lord of Vṛndāvana (Vṛndāvanendra), He who is merciful to those who surrender unto Him (Praṇata-karuṇa), and the all-attractive One (Kṛṣṇa).
hari-nāma, tuwā aneka svarūpa
O hari-nāma, You possess many forms – as the son of Yaśodā, He who increases bliss, the son of Nanda, and the reservoir of rasa.
You are the destroyer of Pūtanā and the killer of Tṛnāvarta, the breaker of the cart, the protector of the cows, the player of the muralī flute, the slayer of Agha and Baka, the holder of Govardhana, and You are a cowherd boy.
You killed Keśī, bewildered Brahmā, and broke the pride of the lord of the Demigods. You slew Ariṣṭa, enchanted the gopīs, and You sport on the banks of the Yamunā.
rāma, kṛṣṇa, hari, mādhava, narahari
You give pleasure to Rādhikā, You are the nectar of the rāsa-līlā, and You sport in the bowers near Rādhā Kunḍa. You are the reservoir of all pleasure, the all-attractive one, the remover of miseries, the Lord of the goddess of fortune, the half-man half-lion avatāra, and You are the original source of all avatāras such as Matsya etc.
govinda, vāmana, śrī madhusūdana
You give pleasure to the cows, You are Vāmana, the dwarf-brāhmaṇa, and the celebrated destroyer of Madhu. You are the moon of the Yadus, and You wear a beautiful garland of forest flowers. You are the chastiser of Kāliya, the delight of Gokula, and You attain pleasure in the worship of Rādhā.
ityādika nāma, svarūpe prakāma
vāḍuka mora rati rāge
rūpa-svarūpa-pada, jāni’ nija sampada
bhaktivinoda dhari’ māge
Therefore, may my attraction and love increase for these forms of the Holy Name. Knowing the feet of Śrī Rūpa and Svarūpa Dāmodara to be his dearest wealth, Bhaktivinoda holds them and prays in this way.