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Bhajan: Jaya Radhe Jaya Krsna

Jaya Radhe Jaya Krsna
Sri Vraja-dhama-mahimamrta
The Nectarean Glories of Vraja-dhama
Text One
jaya radhe, jaya krsna, jaya vrndavan
sri govinda, gopinatha, madana-mohan
SYNONYMS
jaya radhe jaya krsna–all glories to Sri Sri Radha and Krsna; jaya vrndavana–glories to the transcendental realm of Vrndavana; sri-govinda gopinatha madana-mohana–glories to the three presiding Deities of Vrndavana : Govinda, Gopinatha and Madana-mohana.
TRANSLATION
All glories to Radha and Krsna and the divine forest of Vrndavana. All glories to the three presiding Deities of Vrndavana-Sri Govinda, Gopinatha, and Madana-mohana.
Text Two
syama-kunda, radha-kunda, giri-govardhan
kalindi jamuna jaya, jaya mahavan
SYNONYMS
syama-kunda–glories to the personal lake of syama; radha-kunda–glories to the personal lake of Radha; giri-govardhan–glories to Govardhana Hill; kalindi yamuna jaya–glories to the Yamuna river, known as Kalindi, the daughter of the Kalinda mountain; jaya mahavana–glories to the great forest of Mahavana, the place of Krsna's childhood pastimes.
TRANSLATION
All glories to Syama-kunda, Radha-kunda, Govardhana Hill, and the Yamuna River (Kalindi). All glories to the great forest known as Mahavana, where Krsna and Balarama displayed all of Their childhood pastimes.
Text Three
kesi-ghata, bamsi-bata, dwadasa-kanan
jaha saba lila koilo sri-nanda-nandan
SYNONYMS
kesi-ghata–glories to Kesi-ghata, where Krsna killed the horse demon; vamsi-vata–glories to the Vamsi-vata tree, where Krsna sits and calls the gopis with His flute; dvadasa-kanana–glories to the twelve forests of Vraja; yaha–where; saba–all; lila–pastimes; koilo–performed; sri-nanda-nandana–the son of Nanda Maharaja.
TRANSLATION
All glories to Kesi-ghata, where Krsna killed the Kesi demon. All glories to the Vamsi-vata tree, where Krsna attracted all the gopis to come by playing His flute. Glories to all of the twelve forests of Vraja. At these places the son of Nanda, Sri Krsna, performed all of His pastimes.
Text Four
sri-nanda-jasoda jaya, jaya gopa-gan
sridamadi jaya, jaya dhenu-vatsa-gan
SYNONYMS
sri-nanda-yasoda jaya–glories to Krsna's divine mother and father, Nanda and Yasoda; jaya gopa-gana–glories to the assembly of cowherd boys; sridamadi jaya–glories to the cowherd boy leaders headed by Sridama; jaya dhenu-vatsa-gana–glories to the herds of cows and calves.
TRANSLATION
All glories to Krsna's divine father and mother, Nanda and Yasoda. All glories to the cowherd boys, headed by Sridama, the older brother of Srimati Radharani and Ananga Manjari. All glories to the cows and calves of Vraja.
Text Five
jaya brsabhanu, jaya kirtida sundari
jaya paurnamasi, jaya abhira-nagari
SYNONYMS
jaya vrsabhanu–glories to Radha's father; jaya kirtida-sundari–glories to Radha's beautiful mother; jaya paurnamasi–glories to the elderly Paurnamasi, the personality of Yogamaya; jaya abhira-nagari–glories to the cowherd women of Vraja.
TRANSLATION
All glories to Radha's divine father and mother, Vrsabhanu and the beautiful Kirtida. All glories to Paurnamasi, the mother of Sandipani Muni, grandmother of Madhumangala and Nandimukhi, and beloved disciple of Devarsi Narada. All glories to the young cowherd maidens of Vraja.
Text Six
jaya jaya gopiswara vrndavana-majh
jaya jaya krsna-sakha batu dwija-raj
SYNONYMS
jaya jaya gopisvara–glories to the presence of Lord Siva as Gopisvara Mahadeva; vrndavana-majha–in the midst of Vrndavana; jaya jaya krsna-sakha–glories, all glories to the cowherd boyfriend of Krsna; batu–Sri Madhumangala; dvija-raja–the monarch of the twice-born brahmanas.
TRANSLATION
All glories, all glories to Gopisvara Siva, who resides in Vrndavana in order to protect the holy dhama. All glories, all glories to Krsna's funny brahmana friend, Madhumangala.
Text Seven
jaya rama-ghata, jaya rohini-nandan
jaya jaya vrndavana-basi jata jan
SYNONYMS
jaya rama-ghata–glories to the landing on the Yamuna river where Balarama sported the rasa — dance; jaya rohini-nandana–glories to the son of Rohini (Balarama); jaya jaya vrndavana-vasi–glories, all glories to the inhabitants of Vrndavana; yata–all; jana–the people.
TRANSLATION
All glories to Rama-ghata, where Lord Balarama performed His rasa dance. All glories to Lord Balarama, the son of Rohini. All glories, all glories to all of the residents of Vrndavana.
Text Eight
jaya dwija-patni, jaya naga-kanya-gan
bhaktite jahara pailo govinda-caran
SYNONYMS
jaya dvija-patni–glories to the wives of the Vedic brahmanas; jaya nagakanya-gana–glories to the wives of the Kaliya serpent; bhaktite–in devotion; yahara–of whom; pailo–had attained; govinda-carana–the lotus feet of Govinda.
TRANSLATION
All glories to the wives of the proud Vedic brahmanas. All glories to the wives of the Kaliya serpent. Through pure devotion they all obtained the lotus feet of Lord Govinda.
Text Nine
sri-rasa-mandala jaya, jaya radha-syam
jaya jaya rasa-lila sarva-manoram
SYNONYMS
sri-rasa-mandala jaya–glories to the circular arena of the rasa — dance; jaya radha-syama–glories to Radha-syama; jaya rasa-lila–glories to the rasa-lila; sarva-manorama–which captures the minds of all.
TRANSLATION
All glories to the place where the rasa dance of Sri Krsna was performed. All glories to Radha and Syama. All glories, all glories to the divine rasa dance, which is the most beautiful of all Lord Krsna's pastimes.
Text Ten
jaya jayojjwala-rasa sarva-rasa-sar
parakiya-bhave jaha brajete pracar
SYNONYMS
jaya jayojjvala-rasa–glories to the ujjvala-rasa, the conjugal mellow; sarva-rasa-sara–the quintessence of all ecstatic mellows; parakiya-bhave–in the mood of paramourship; yaha–which; brajete pracara–is manifest only in the realm of Vraja.
TRANSLATION
All glories, all glories to the mellow of conjugal love, which is the most excellent of all rasas and is propagated in Vraja by Sri Krsna in the form of the divine parakiya-bhava [paramour love].
Text Eleven
sri-jahnava-pada-padma koriya smaran
dina krsna-dasa kohe nama-sankirtan
SYNONYMS
sri-jahnava-pada-padma–the lotus feet of Lord Nityananda's sakti, Sri Jahnava-devi; koriya smarana–remembering; dina–very fallen and lowly; krsnadasa–Krsnadasa; kohe nama-sankirtana–sings the names of the Lord.
TRANSLATION
Remembering the lotus feet of Lord Nityananda's consort, Sri Jahnava Devi, this very fallen and lowly servant of Krsna sings the sankirtana of the holy name.
 
>>> Ref. VedaBase => SVA 4: Sri Vraja-dhama-mahimamrta (jaya radhe, jaya krsna, jaya vrndavan)

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