1) The cottage in the grove on the bank of Rādhā Kunḍa, the great Govardhana Hill, the banks of the Yamunā river…
2) …the Kusuma Sarovara lake, the Manasa Gaṅgā stream, the daughter of Mt. Kalinda (the Yamunā river) with her many waves…
vaṁśī-vaṭa, gokula, dhīra-samīr
3) …the Vaṁśī Vaṭ banyan tree, the town of Gokula, the holy place Dhīra Samīra, the trees and creepers and reeds of Vṛndāvana…
mayūra, bhramara, muralī-vilās
4) …the different varieties of birds and deer, the cooling breeze from the Malaya mountains, the peacocks, the bumblebees, the pastimes of the low-pitched muralī flute…
venu, śṛṅga, pada-cihna, megha-mālā
vasanta, śaśaṅka, śaṅkha, karatāla
5) …the high-pitched venu flute, the buffalo horn bugle, the footprints of the Lord and His consort in the dust of Vraja, the wreaths of blackish rain clouds, springtime, the moon, the conchshell, and the karatālas-
yugala-vilāse anukūla jāni
6)-all these I know to be very favorable for the blissful pastimes of the Divine Couple, Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa. I recognize them as transcendental stimulants (uddīpaka) for intensifying the Lord’s charming pastimes.
e saba choḍato kaṅhi nāhi jāu
e saba choḍato parāna hārāu
7) I refuse to go anywhere if these stimulants of devotional service are not there, for to abandon them is to abandon life itself.
bhakativinoda kohe, śuno kān!
tuwā uddīpaka hāmārā parān
8) Bhaktivinoda says, “Please hear me, O Kāna! All the things that stimulate remembrance of You are the very source of my life!”
Thus ends the description of the six processes of surrender known as Śaraṇāgati.