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Avaśya Rakṣibe Kṛṣṇa Song One

Śaraṇāgati (Surrendered to the Lord's Shelter) Fourth Principle of Surrender: Avaśya Rakṣibe Kṛṣṇa - Viśvāsa, Pālana (Faith in Kṛṣṇa as Protector) - Song 1 (1) ekhona bujhinu prabhu! tomāra caraṇa aśokābhoyāmṛta-pūrna sarva-khana 1) Now I have understood, O Lord, that Your feet are eternally full of sweet nectar that dispels all sorrow and fear.* (2) sakala chāḍiyā tuwā caraṇa-kamale poḍiyāchi āmi nātha! tava pada-tale 2) Surrendering myself and all I possess unto those lotus feet, I have laid myself down submissively under their shelter. (3) tava pāda-padma nāth! rokhibe āmāre ār rakhā-kartā nāhi e Read More...

Goptṛtve-Varaṇa Song One

Śaraṇāgati (Surrendered to the Lord's Shelter) Third Principle of Surrender: Goptṛtve-Varaṇa (Acceptance of the Lord as Sole Maintainer) - Song 1 (1) ki jāni ki bale,  tomāra dhāmete, hoinu śaraṇāgata tumi doyā-moy,  patita-pāvana, patita-tāraṇe rata 1) By what personal understanding or by what power has one such as I come into Your shelter? Surely it is by Your mercy alone, for as Doyā-moy and Patita-pāvana You are ever engaged in the deliverance of the fallen souls. (2) bharasā āmāra,  ei mātra nātha! tumi to' karunā-moy tava doyā-pātra,  nāhi mora sama, avaśya ghucābe bhoy 2) Read More...

Ātma-Nivedana Song One

Śaraṇāgati (Surrendered to the Lord's Shelter) Second Principle of Surrender: Ātma-Nivedana (Dedication of the Self) - Song 1 (1) nā koroluṅ karama,  geyāna nāhi bhelo, nā sevilun caraṇa tohār jaḍa-sukhe mātiyā,  āpanaku vañca-i, pekhahuṅ caudiśa āndhiyār 1) I have not performed any good works. I have not amassed any transcendental knowledge. I have never worshiped Your feet. Being intoxicated by sensual pleasures, I have simply cheated myself. Now I see only darkness in all directions.* (2) tuhuṅ nātha! karunā-nidān tuwā pada-paṅkaje,  ātma samarpiluṅ, more kṛpā korobi vidhān 2) You, O Lord, are the fountainhead Read More...

Dainya Song One

Śaraṇāgati (Surrendered to the Lord's Shelter) First Principle of Surrender: Dainya (humility) - Song 1 (1)bhuliyā tomāre, saṁsāre āsiyā,peye nānā-vidha byathātomāra caraṇe,  āsiyāchi āmi,bolibo duḥkhera kathā1) O Lord, I forgot You and came to this material world, where I have experienced a host of pains and sorrows. Now I approach Your lotus feet and submit my tale of woe.(2)jananī-jaṭhare,  chilāma jakhona,biṣama bandhana-pāśeeka-bāra prabhu!  dekhā diyā more,vañcile e dīna dāse2) While still bound up tightly in the unbearable confines of my mother's womb, O Lord, You once revealed Yourself before me. Appearing only briefly, You then Read More...

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