jayati jaya vrsa-, bhAnunandini,
syAma mohini rAdhike/
kanaya sata bAna, kAnti kalevara,
kirana jita kamalAdhike///
bhangi sahajai, vijuri kata jini,
kAma kata sata mohite/
jiniyA phani bani, veni lambita,
kavari mAlati sohite//
khanjana ganjana, nayana anjana,
vadana kata indu nindite/
manda Adha hAsi , kunda parakAsi,
vijuri kata sata jhalakite//
ratana mandira, mAjhe sundari,
vasana Adha mukha jhApiyA/
govinda dAsiyA , prema mAgare,
soi carana samAdhiyA//
Hail! all hail to the daughter of Vrsabhanu, Syam's enchantress, Radhika! Whose lustrous body shines as gold a hundred times refined; whose radient beauty puts goddess Kamala and others to shame.
O how many lightning flashes are vanquished by her naturally crooked movements and gestures! How many hundred Cupids fall into swoon! Her pendant braided hair rebukes the sleek coils of a cobra, ( the expanded hood whereof is the big bun of her hair bound at the back of her head, kavari) beautified with a wreath of Malati flowers.
Her restless eyes defy the busy Khanjana birds and are anointed with black anjana. O how her radient countenence chides the dappled moon! A half repressed and tender smile reveals a row of kunda bud-like teeth, and O how like a hunred lightnings glistens!
Within a bejewelled temple sits this beautiful damsel, half consealing her face with her veil, leaning her tender cheek on her hand. Govinda das begs for prem and the deep contemplation of her feet.(?)
(Sri Govinda dasa)