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Song Name: Vrndavana Ramya Sthana
Official Name: Vasanti Rasa (Amorous Pastimes in the Spring)
Author: Narottama Das Thakura
Book Name: Prarthana (Section: Mathura-virohcita Darsana Lalasa Song 3)

(1)
vṛndāvana ramya-sthāna divya-ciṅtāmaṇi-dhāma
ratana-mandira manohara
abṛta kālindī-nīre rāja-haṁsa keli kare
tāhe śobhe kanaka-kamala
(2)
tāra madhye hema-pīṭha aṣṭa-dale beṣṭita
aṣṭa-dale pradhānā nāyikā
tāra madhye ratnāsane ba’si āchen dui-jane
śyāma-saṅge sundarī rādhikā
(3)
o-rūpa-lābaṇya-rāśi amiya pariche khasi
hāsya-parihāsa-sambhāṣaṇe
narottama-dāsa kaya nitya-līlā sukha-maya
sadāi sphurūka mora mane

TRANSLATION

1) Beautiful Vrndavana is filled with cintamani gems and many jewel palaces and temples. Many regal swans play in the waters of the Yamuna, and in those waters a splendid golden lotus flower grows.

2) In the middle of that lotus is a golden place surrounded by eight petals. On these eight petals the eight principal gopis reside, and in the centre Lord Syamasundara and beautiful Srimati Radharani sit on a jewel throne.

3) The great beauty of the Divine couple and Their charming joking and laughter continually showers nectar everywhere. Narottama dasa says: I pray that these blissful eternal transcendental pastimes of the Divine Couple may be always manifest in my heart.

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