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Hari Hari Ar Ki Emona Das Haba

(1)

hari hari! āra ki emon daśā hobo

chāḍiyā puruṣa deha, kobe vā prakṛti hobo

duhu ańge candana porābo


(2)

ṭāniyā bāndhibo cūḍā, nava guñjāhāre beḍā,

nānā phule gāńthi dibo hāra

pīta-vasana ańge, porāibo sakhī sańge,

vadane tāmbūla dibo āra


(3)

duhu rūpa manohārī, dekhibo nayana bhari,

nīlāmbare rāi sājāiyā

nava ratna jari āni, bādhibo vicitra veṇī,

dibo tāhe mālatī gāńthiyā


(4)

sei rūpa mādhurī, dekhibo nayana bhari,

ei kori mane abhilāṣa

jaya rūpa sanātana, deho more ei dhana,

nivedaye narottama dāsa


(1) When, relinquishing this male material body, and obtaining the spiritual body of a gopi, will I anoint the limbs of the Divine Couple with sandalwood paste?  O Lord Hari, Lord Hari, when will this day be mine?


(2) When will I arrange the hair of the Divine Couple?  When will I give them gunja-necklaces and garlands strung with various flowers?  When will I give Them yellow garments?  When, accompanied by the other gopis, will I place betel-nuts in Their lotus mouths?


(3) When will I gaze at the beautiful forms of the Divine Radharani in blue garments, and decorate her braided hair with garlands of jasmine flowers and strings of nine different kinds of jewels on a golden thread.


(4) My desire is that some day I shall be able to directly see the sweet beauty of the transcendental forms of the Divine Couple.  O Srila Rupa Gosvami and Srila Sanatana Gosvami, all glories to you both.  Please bestow this treasure upon me.  Please grant my desire.  Narottama dasa appeals to you in this way.

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