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Hari Hari Bifale

(1)

hari hari! biphale janama gońāinu

manuṣya-janama pāiyā, rādhā-kṛṣṇa nā bhajiyā,

jāniyā śuniyā biṣa khāinu


(2)

golokera prema-dhana, hari-nāma-sańkīrtana,

rati nā janmilo kene tāy

saḿsāra-biṣānale, dibā-niśi hiyā jwale,

jurāite nā koinu upāy


(3)

brajendra-nandana jei, śacī-suta hoilo sei,

balarāma hoilo nitāi

dīna-hīna jata chilo, hari-nāme uddhārilo,

tāra śākṣī jagāi mādhāi


(4)

hā hā prabhu nanda-suta, vṛṣabhānu-sutā-juta,

koruṇā karoho ei-bāro

narottama-dāsa koy, nā ṭheliho rāńgā pāy,

tomā bine ke āche āmāra


(1) 0 Lord Hari, I have spent my life uselessly. Having obtained a human birth and having not worshiped Radha and Krishna, I have knowingly drunk poison.


(2) The treasure of divine love in Goloka Vrindavana has descended as the congregational chanting of Lord Hari’s holy names. Why did my attraction for that chanting never come about? Day and night my heart burns from the fire of the poison of worldliness, and I have not taken the means to relieve it.


(3) Lord Krishna, who is the son of the King of Vraja, became the son of Saci (Lord Caitanya), and Balarama became Nitai. The holy name delivered all those souls who were lowly and wretched. The two sinners Jagai and Madhai are evidence of this.


(4) 0 Lord Krishna, son of Nanda, accompanied by the daughter of Vrishabhanu, please be merciful to me now. Narottama dasa says, “O Lord, please do not push me away from Your reddish lotus feet, for who is my beloved except for You?”

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