AARATII YUGALA KISHORA KII KIIJAI|
MANA DHANA NYOCHAAVARA KIIJAI||
Let us chorus this prayer and wave lights to
the two adolescents, Radha and Krishna and offer our body mind and all our riches (to win their gracious favour).
RAVI SHASHI KOTI VADANA KII SHOBHAA|
NIRAKHA MERAA MANA LOBHAA||
When I look at them, my mind is enamoured of
the beauty of their faces which matches that of a myriad of suns and Moons.
GAURA SHYAAMA MUKHA NIRAKHATA RIIJHAI|
KO RUUPA NAYANA BHARA PIJAI||
When one beholds the two faces, one fair and
the other dark, one is instantly fascinated. The poet calls upon all to satiate their eyes with the beauty of the Lord?s countenance.
KANNCHANA THAARA KAPUURA KII BAATII|
AAYE NIRMALA BAHII CHAATII||
Wave the golden platter with camphor burning
in it before the Lord who, manifesting himself, cleanses the heart of all its impurities.
PHUULANA KII SEJA PHUULANA KII MAALAA|
SINHAASANA BAITHE NANDALAALAA||
The Lord, the beloved son of Nanda, sleeps on
a couch of flowers and wears a wreath of blossoms. He has ensconced himself on a throne made of gems.
MORA UKUTA KARA MURALII SOHAI|
DEKHA MANA MOHAI||
A crown of peacock feathers on his head and a
flute in his hand are the adornments of this showman whose appearance fascinates the mind.
ANGA NIILA PIITA PATA SAARII|
The body of the Lord, a dawdler in bowers and
groves and upholder of a great mountain, is all blue and yellow silken are his clothes.
SHRI PURUSHOTTAMA GIRIVARA DHAARII|
KARATA SAKALA VRAJANAARII||
Every woman of Vraja, who adores him with festal
lights, sings of Lord Krishna, the upholder of the best of mountains and supreme amongst men.
NANDA NANDANA VRUSHAHAANU KISHORII|
SVAAMII AVICHALA JODII||
Inseparable says Swami Paramananda, is the company
of Krishna, delight of Nanda and Radha, the youthful daughter of Vrushabhanu.