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By Srila Bhakti Vinod Thakur

 

yasomati-nandanavraja-vara-nagara
gokula-ranjana kana
gopi-parana-dhanamadana-manohara
kaliya-damana vidhana [1]

Sri Krishna, who is known as Kana, is Yasoda's darling son, Vraja's paramour, Gokula's delight, the gopis' life and wealth, the enchanter of Cupid, and the conqueror of Kaliya.

amala hari-nama amiya-vilasa
vipina-purandaranavina nagara-vara
vamsi-vadanasuvasa [2]

His Names and nectarean Pastimes are all transcendental. He is the king of Vraja's forests and the best of young paramours. He beautifully plays the flute.

vraja-jana-palanaasura-kula-nasana
nanda-godhana-rakhoyala
govinda madhavanavanita-taskara
sundara nanda-gopala [3]

He is the guardian of Vraja's residents, the destroyer of the demons, and the keeper of Nanda's cows. He is known as 'Govinda'—He who nourishes the cows, senses, Vedas, and world—and 'Madhava'—Sri Radha's consort. He is Nanda's beautiful cowherd boy and a butter thief.

yamuna-tata-charagopi-vasana-hara
rasa-rasika krpamaya
sri-radha-vallabhavrndavana-nata-vara
bhakativinoda-asraya [4]

He is a spy on the Yamuna's banks and the stealer of the gopis' garments. He is the relisher of the rasa-lila and the embodiment of mercy. He is Sri Radha's beloved, Vrndavan's great dancer, and Bhakti Vinod's shelter.

 

 

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Index:
Akrodha paramananda
Amara jivana
Aruna vasane
Atmanivedana tuya pade

Bara sukhera khabara gai
Bhagyadhisa-tvadiyo (Sri Guru Prasasti)
Bhajahu re mana
Bhaja re bhaja re amar
Bhuliya tomare
bimala hema jini

Chaudda-sata sata-sake
Dasa-avatara-stotram
Dhana mora Nityananda
Durlabha manava janma

Ei-bara karuna kara
E ghora samsare
Emona durmati

Gaurangera duti pada
Gaya gora madhur svare
Gopinath (Nivedana)
Gurudev! Bada krpa kari
Gurudev! Krpa-bindu diya

Ha ha bhakti-vinoda
Hari-bhakti-rasamrta-dana (Stava Kusumanjali)
Hari haraye Namah Krsna
Hari he dayala mora
He deva bhavantam vande

Jagannatha-suta (Nadiya nagare nitai neche)
Janama saphala ta'ra
Jaya guru maharaja (Sri Guru arati-stuti)
Jaya Guru Maharaja karuna-sagara (Sri Sri Nitai-Chaitanya arati)
Jaya jaya Gorachander
Jaya jaya gurudeva karuna-sagara (Sri Guru Sri Gaura Sri Nityananda Arati)
Jaya jaya gurudeva karuna-sagara (Sri Nitai Gauranga Arati, Nrisingha Palli)
Jaya jaya gurudever (Sri Guru arati)
Jayare jayare jaya Gaura-Saraswati
Jayare jayare jaya paramahamsa
Jaya Sachi-nandana
Jaya Radha-Madhava
Jaya Radhe, Jaya Krsna

Kabe habe bolo
Kabe Sri Chaitanya more
Kali kukura kadana
Ke yabi ke yabi
Ki jani ki bale
Ki-rupe paiba seva
Krpa kara Vaishnav Thakura

Mana tumi tirthe sada rata
Manasa deha geha
Mayura-mukuta

Namo namah tulasi maharani
Naumi sri-gurupadabjam (Sri Pranati Dasakam)
Nitai amara dayara avadhi
Nitai gunamani amara
Nitai-pada-kamala

Parama karuna

Radha bhajane yadi
Radha-kunda-tata
Radhe Radhe Govinda
Radhika-charana-padma

Samsara-davanala (Sri Gurvastakam)
Sarvasva tomara
Sri-gaura-mandala majhe
Sri Guru-charana-padma
Sri Guru-Parampara
Sri Guru-charana-padma
Sri Hari-vasare
Sri Krsna Chaitanya Prabhu daya kara more
Sri Krsna-Chaitanya Prabhu jive daya kari
Srila Raghunath Das Goswami Sochaka
Srimad Rupa-pada-rajah Prarthana Dasakam
Sri Nrsimha, Jaya Nrsimha
Sri Rupa-manjari-pada
Sri Sad-Goswamy-Astakam
Sri Sri Damodarastakam
Sri Srimad Gaura-Kishor-Namaskar Dasakam
Sri Sri Siksastakam
Suddha-bhakata
Sujanarvuda-radhita (Sri Sri Prabhupada-padma Stavakah)
Suno he rasika-jana

Thakura vaisnava-gana

Udila aruna

Vaisnav ke?
Vaisnava Thakura dayara
Vandana
Varaja-vipine yamuna kule

Yadi Gaura na ha'ta
Yasoda-Nandana Krsna
Yasomati-Nandana
Yasomati-stanya-payi (Nagare nagare gora gay)
Ye anila prema-dhana (Viraha-giti)

Dasavidha Nama-Aparadha

 

 

 


 

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