Topic: Gita mala

Siddhi Lālasā – Song Ten

Gītā-mālā (A Garland of Songs) Chapter Five Siddhi Lālasā (Intense, Eager Longing for the Highest Spiritual Perfection) Song 10 (The Ultimate Pefection) (1) śrī-kṛṣṇa-birahe rādhikāra daśā āmi to' sahite nāri jugala-milana-sukhera kāraṇa jībana chāḍite pāri 1) Whenever Rādhā is suffering in separation from Kṛṣṇa and I am unable to give any solace, my heart breaks for I am unable to tolerate seeing Her condition so pitiful. Then I am fully prepared to give up my life for the sake of Their happy reunion. (2) rādhikā-caraṇa tyajiyā āmāra kṣaṇeke praloya hoya rādhikāra tare śata-bāra mari Read More...

Siddhi Lālasā – Song Nine

Gītā-mālā (A Garland of Songs) Chapter Five Siddhi Lālasā (Intense, Eager Longing for the Highest Spiritual Perfection) Song 9 (The Mood of a Mañjarī) (1) vṛṣabhānu-sutā-caraṇa-sevane, hoibo ye pālya-dāsī śrī-rādhāra sukha,  satata sādhane, rohibo āmi prayāsī 1) For serving the lotus feet of the charming daughter of King Vṛṣabhānu, I will become a sheltered maidservant of Her maidservant. Indeed, I will live only for the happiness of Śrī Rādhā, and I will always endeavor to increase Her joy. (2) śrī-rādhāra sukhe,  kṛṣṇaera ye sukha, jānibo manete āmi rādhā-pada chāḍi’,  śrī-kṛṣṇa-sańgame, kabhu nā hoibo kāmī Read More...

Siddhi Lālasā – Song Eight

Gītā-mālā (A Garland of Songs) Chapter Five Siddhi Lālasā (Intense, Eager Longing for the Highest Spiritual Perfection) Song 8 (Siddha Deha) (1) varaṇe taḍita bāsa tārābalī kamala mañjarī nāma sāḍe bāra barṣa bayasa satata svānanda-sukhada-dhāma 1) This maidservant has a complexion just like lightning, and she is wearing a sari which has star like decorations all over it. My name is Kamala Mañjarī. Eternally appearing to be only twelve-and-a-half years of age, I always live within the abode of Svānanda-sukhadā-kuñja. (2) karpūra sebā lalitāra gaṇa rādhā yutheśvarī hana mameśvarī-nātha śrī nanda-nandana āmāra parāṇa dhana Read More...

Siddhi Lālasā – Song Seven

Gītā-mālā (A Garland of Songs) Chapter Five Siddhi Lālasā (Intense, Eager Longing for the Highest Spiritual Perfection) Song 7 (The Glories of Rādhā-Kuṇḍa) (1) śrī rūpa mañjarī kabe madhura bacane rādhā-kuṇḍa mahimā barnibe sańgopane 1) When will Śrī Rūpa Mañjarī speak to me with such sweet words in a private place, vividly explaining to me the transcendental glories of Śrī Rādhā-kuṇḍa? (2) e caudda bhuvanopari vaikuntha nilaya tad-apekṣā mathurā parama śreṣṭha haya 2) "Beyond these fourteen worlds is the spiritual abode of the Vaikuṇṭha planets. And beyond that, the area known as Mathurā is Read More...

Siddhi Lālasā – Song Six

Gītā-mālā (A Garland of Songs) Chapter Five Siddhi Lālasā (Intense, Eager Longing for the Highest Spiritual Perfection) Song 6 (The First Chance of Sevā) (1) nirjana kuṭīre śrī rādhā-caraṇa smaraṇe thākibā rata śrī rūpa mañjarī dhīre dhīre āsi kahibe amaya 1) In my solitary cottage, I will constantly remain absorbed in the remembrance of Śrī Rādhā's lotus feet. By and by, I will see Śrī Rūpa Mañjarī slowly approaching. Coming up to me, she will then begin saying some very nice things to me. (2) bolibe o’ sakhi! ki koro basiya, dekhaha bahire asi Read More...

Siddhi Lālasā – Song Five

Gītā-mālā (A Garland of Songs) Chapter Five Siddhi Lālasā (Intense, Eager Longing for the Highest Spiritual Perfection) Song 5 (Ecstasy at Rādhā-Kuṇḍa) (1) cintāmaṇi-maya rādhā-kuṇḍa-taṭa taha kuñja śata śata prabāla bidruma maya taru-latā mukta-phale abanata 1) The banks of Śrī Rādhā-kuṇḍa are made of billions of conscious, ecstatic desire-fulfilling touchstones, and surrounding the lake are hundreds and hundreds of beautiful transcendental gardens and groves. All the trees and creepers in those gardens are made of coral and rubies, and the fruits they produce are diamonds and pearls. And their branches are bending down to Read More...

Siddhi Lālasā – Song Four

Gītā-mālā (A Garland of Songs) Chapter Five Siddhi Lālasā (Intense, Eager Longing for the Highest Spiritual Perfection) Song 4 (Trained Up by the Sakhī) (1) palya-dāsī kori lalitā sundarī amare loiyā kabe śrī-rādhikā-pade kale milaibe ajña-sebā samarpibe 1) When will Lalitā Sundarī foster me as her own aspirant novice maidservant? Then later she will offer me up unto the lotus feet of Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī, and will place me entirely at Her disposal for rendering various services according to Her own merciful orders. (2) śrī rūpa mañjarī saṅge jabo kabe rasa-seba-śikṣa-tare tad-anugā hoye rādhā-kuṇḍa tate Read More...

Siddhi Lālasā – Song Three

Gītā-mālā (A Garland of Songs) Chapter Five Siddhi Lālasā (Intense, Eager Longing for the Highest Spiritual Perfection) Song 3 (Entrance into the Group of Lalitā Sakhī) (1) hena kāle habe bilāsa mañjarī anaṅga mañjarī āra amare heriya ati kṛpa kori bolibe bacana sāra 1) When, at such a time, will Vilāsa Mañjarī and Anaṅga Mañjarī come along on the same foot-path and, seeing me in this completely insane condition, will speak to me the sweetest essence of words? (2) eso, eso, sakhī! śrī-lalitā-gaṇe janibo tomare āja gṛha-kathā chari rādhā-kṛṣṇa bhajo tyājiyā dharama-lāja 2) They Read More...

Siddhi Lālasā – Song Two

Gītā-mālā (A Garland of Songs) Chapter Five Siddhi Lālasā (Intense, Eager Longing for the Highest Spiritual Perfection) Song 2 (Taking Birth in Vraja) (1) dekhite dekhite,  bhulibo vā kabe, nija-sthūla-paricoya nayane heribo,  braja-pura-śobhā, nitya cid-ānanda-moya 1) When will I be able to leave this plane of my gross bodily identity far behind? Within a split second, I will completely forget about all these false external affairs and behold the exquisite beauty of the transcendental realm of Vraja, which is completely paraded with eternal, conscious bliss. (2) bṛṣabhānu-pure,  janama loibo, yāvaṭe vivāha ha’be braja-gopī-bhāva,  hoibe Read More...

Siddhi Lālasā – Song One

Gītā-mālā (A Garland of Songs) Chapter Five Siddhi Lālasā (Intense, Eager Longing for the Highest Spiritual Perfection) Song 1 (Wandering Madly in Navadvīpa) (1) kabe gaura-vane, suradhunī-taṭe, `hā rādhe hā kṛṣṇa' bole' kāńdiyā beḍā'bo, deho-sukha chāḍi', nānā latā-taru-tale 1) When, oh when will I wander here and there, weeping under the shade of the trees and creepers along the banks of the celestial Ganges River in Navadvīpa? I will cry out "Oh Rādhe! Oh Kṛṣṇa!", and I will completely forget about all the so-called pleasures of this material body. (2) śwa-paca-gṛhete, māgiyā khāibo, pibo Read More...

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