ayi mukta-kulair upāsyamānaṁ
paritas tvāṁ hari-nāma saṁśrayāmi
“O hari-nāma! All the Upaniṣads, the crown-jewel of the Vedas, offer ārati with their rays to your lotus feet. You are worshipped in all respects by eternally liberated jīvas. I take shelter at Your feet.”
sva-nāma-mahimā karala pracāra
The son of Śacī propagated the glories of His own Name thru the mouth of Śrī Rūpa.
yo nāma, so hari-kachu nāhi bheda
(so) nāma satyam iti gāyati veda
Śrī Hari is His Name and there is not even a slight difference between them. The Vedas sing that the Holy Name is the Absolute Truth.
sabu upaniṣad, ratna-mālā-dyuti
maṅgala-ārati, kara-i anukṣana
All the Upaniṣads are like a necklace of effulgent gems shining before the feet (of the Holy Name). They continuously offer maṅgala-ārati to the Name with lamps of ten wicks.
caudda bhuvana māha, deva-nara-dānava
bhāga yāṅkara balavān
nāma-rasa-pīyuṣa, piba-i anukṣana
Within the fourteen worlds, those Devas, men and Dānavas who have great fortune constantly drink the nectar of nāma-rasa, rejecting karma and jñāna.
nitya-mukta punaḥ, nāma-upāsana
satata kara-i sāma-gāne
goloke vaiṭhata, gāowe nirantara
nāma-viraha nāhi jāne
Those who are eternally liberated worship the Holy Name by eternally singing the Sāma hymns. Residing in Goloka, they perpetually chant the Name and know no separation from it.
sabu-rasa-ākara, ‘hari’ iti dvy-akṣara
sabu-bhāve karaluṅ āśraya
nāma caraṇe paḍi, bhaktivinoda kahe
tuwā pade māgahuṅ nilaya
The two syllables ha and ri are the origin of all rasa. Every bhāva has taken shelter in them. Falling at the feet of the Holy Name, Bhaktivinoda says, “I pray for residence at Your two feet.”