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Gaurangastakam

(1)

malaya-suvasita-bhusita-gatram

murti-manohara-visva-pavitram

pada-nakha-rajita-lajjita-candre

suddha-kanaka jaya gaura namaste

 

(2)

sva-gatra pulaka locana purnam

jiva daya-maya tapa-vidirnam

sankhya jala-pati nama sahasre

suddha kanaka jaya gaura namaste

 

(3)

hunkrta tarjana garjana range

locana kali-yuga papa sa sanke

pada raja tadita dusta samaste

suddha kanaka jaya gaura namaste

 

(4)

simha gamana jiti tandava lila

dina daya-maya tarana sila

aja bhava pada-nakha candre

suddha kanaka jaya gaura namaste

 

(5)

gaurangavrta malati male

meru vilambita ganga dhare

manda madhura hasa bhasa mukha candre

suddha kanaka jaya gaura namaste

 

(6)

phalgu virajita candana bhala

kumkum rajita deha visala

umapati sevita pada nakha candre

suddha kanaka jaya gaura namaste

 

(7)

bhakti paradhina santaka vesa

gamana sunartaka bhoga visesa

mala virajita deha samaste

suddha kanaka jaya gaura namaste

 

(8)

bhoga viraktika sannyasi vesa

sikha mocana loka pravesa

bhakti viraktika pravartaka citta

suddha kanaka jaya gaura namaste

 

 

(1) Finely dressed and limbs decorated with sandalwood, Your enchanting form purifies the universe and Your radiant toenails shame the moon. Jaya Gaura, pure and golden. Obeisancesunto You!"

 

(2) Your hairs bristle and Your eyes are with tears in saving the souls, You become very merciful following Your example, You chant thousands of names. Jaya Gaura, pure and golden. Obeisances unto You!"

 

(3) With roars of pleasure, you tremble the rays that storm. You give fear to sinners in Kaliyuga. The dust of Your lotus feet strikes all guilty persons. Jaya Gaura, pure and golden. Obeisances unto You!"

 

(4) Your pastimes of having the lion subjugating to Your dance, and helping the fallen souls, Your lila has immersed Brahma and Siva. They adore Your moon like toonails. Jaya Gaura, pure and golden. Obeisances unto You!"

 

(5) Gaura covers a bad malati flower like the Mountain Meru covering the Ganges. His moonlike face smiles between verses. Jaya Gaura, pure and golden. Obeisances unto You!"

 

(6) With red sandalwood paste, His front side shines. With saffron clothing, His body becomes resplendent. His toenails are each like the moon which serve His devotee, Lord Siva. JayaGaura, pure and golden. Obeisances unto You!"

 

(7) Peace takes form once one surrenders to devotion. Lord Gaura dances in beautiful movements and covers His body with beautiful garlands. Jaya Gaura, pure and golden. Obeisancesunto You!"

 

(8) He renounced all pleasures in His sannyasa form. To the people, His head appears to be shaven. He is impulsed by intense desire and bhakti. Jaya Gaura, pure and golden. Obeisancesunto You!"

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