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"padyavali viracita rasikair mukunda-ramya samasta-tamasam damani kramena
sangrhyate krti-kadambaka-kautukaya"

This Padyavali (Anthology of Poetry) was written by devotees expert in the mellows of devotional service. This book contains many beautiful verses, which have been collected for the pleasure of the devotees. It illuminates the darkness of ignorance, and it is an ocean of transcendental bliss.-Sri Rupa Gosvami

 

About the Book

 

The purpose of this book is nicely described in the very first verse: This Padyavali (Anthology of Poetry) was written by devotees expert in the mellows of devotional service. This book contains many beautiful verses, which have been collected for the pleasure of the devotees. It illuminates the darkness of ignorance, and it is an ocean of transcendental bliss. Of course, there are many anthologies of verses written by great devotees, but one notable point is explained in the conclusion of the work: Jayadeva Gosvami, Bilvamangala Thakura, and other famous authors have written many books. Without referring to their verses, the work of other, less-famous authors, has been assembled in this book.

This verses in this anthology have been arranged according to subject so that the various moods of devotional service are illustrated, one after another. Many of these verses were quoted by Krsndasa Kaviraja in his Sri Caitanya-caritamrta. Just as one may collect the best of flowers to make a bouquet for one's beloved, this book contains a bouquet of verses that are most fragrant with the mellows of devotional service.

About the Author

Srila Rupa Gosvami is supremely worshipable for all of us, as explained by Srila Prabhupada:

"We Gaudiya Vaisnavas are known as rupanuga."

"Actually going to Vrndavana involves taking shelter of the six Gosvamis by reading the Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu, Vidagdha-madhava, Lalita-madhava and the other books that they have given. In this way one can understand the transcendental loving affairs between Radha and Krsna.

 

Kabe hama bujhaba se yugala-piriti.

Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu said:
"I met Rupt Gosvami at Prayaga, and became very attracted to him because of his exalted qualities." Thereafter, Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu praised Rupa Gosvami's use of metaphors and other literary ornaments, and said that without such poetic attributes there is no possibility of preaching transcendental mellows. The Lord then requested all His personal associates of preaching transcendental mellows. The Lord then requested all His personal associated to bless Rupa Gosvami so that he would be able to continuously describe the pastimes of Vrindavana, which are full of emotional love of Godhead.

 

Introduction

 

In a purport of Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Srila Prabhupada wrote: In the Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika (180) Sri Rupa Gosvami is described to be the gopi named Sri Rupa manjari. In the Bhakti-ratnakara there is a list of the books Sri Rupa Gosvami compiled. Of all his books, the following sixteen are very popular among Vaisnavas: (1) Hamsaduta, (2) Uddhava-sandesa, (3) Krsna-janma-tithi-vidhi, (4 and 5) Radha-krsna-ganoddesa-dipika, Brhat (major) and Laghu (minor), (6) Stavamala, (7) Vidagdha-madhava, (8) Lalita-madhava, (9) Dana-keli-kaumudi, (10)Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu (this is the most celebrated book by Sri Rupa Gosvami), (11) Ujjvala-nilamani, (12) Akhyata-candrika, (13) Mathura-mahima, (14) Padyavali, (15) Nataka-candrika and (16) Laghu-bhagavatamrta.

The purpose of this book is nicely described in the very first verse: This Padyavali (Anthology of Poetry) was written by devotees expert in the mellows of devotional service. This book contains many beautiful verses, which have been collected for the pleasure of the devotees. It illuminates the darkness of ignorance, and it is an ocean of transcendental bliss. Of course, there are many anthologies of verses written by great devotees, but one notable point is explained in the conclusion of the work: Jayadeva Gosvami, Bilvamangala Thakura, and other famous authors have written many books. Without referring to their verses, the work of other, less-famous authors, has been assembled in this book.

In fact, many of these verses collected by Sri Rupa Gosvami are of unknown origin, and the reason for this is pointed out by Mahanidhi Swami: "It is practically a law among Vaisnava writers like Sri Rupa Gosvami, Sri Sanatana Gosvami, Krsnadasa Kaviraja, and Vrndavana dasa Thakura to always keep themselves in the background. They never mention anything about their family lineage or personal history. The authors of the best written and most relishable verses collected in Sri Rupa Gosvami's Padyavali remain unknown."

The verses in this anthology have been arranged according to subject so that the various moods of devotional service are illustrated, one after another. Many of these verses were quoted by Krsndasa Kaviraja in his Sri Caitanya-caritamrta. Just as one may collect the best of flowers to make a bouquet for one's beloved, this book contains a bouquet of verses that are most fragrant with the mellows of devotional service and they are presented by Kusakratha Prabhu in English for our pleasure and advancement in Krsna consciousness.

 

Contents
Grantharambhe mangalacaranam
Auspicious Introduction)
25
Sri Krsnasya mahima
(The Glory of Krsna)
30
Bhajana-mahatmya
(The Glory of Devotional service)
33
Nama-mahatmya
(The Glory of the Holy Name)
40
Nama-kirtana
(Glorification of the Holy Names)
54
Sri Krsna-katha-mahatmya
(The Glory of the Description of Sri Krsna)
61
Sri Krsna-dhyana
(Meditation on Sri Krsna)
66
Bhakta-vatsalyam
(Love for the Devotees)
70
Draupadi-trane tad-vakyam
(Draupadi's Appeal for Protection)
72
Bhaktanam mahatmyam
(The Glory of the Devotees)
74
Bhaktanam nistha
(The Devotees Faith)
91
Bhaktanam sautsukya-prarthana
(The Devotees Earnest Prayers)
103
Bhaktanam utkantha
(The Devotees Yearning)
111
Moksanadarah
(Contempt for Liberation)
121
Sri Bhagavad-dharma-tattvam
(The Nature of Devotional Service)
125
Naivedyarpane vijnaptih
(Prayers for Offering Prasadam)
128
Sri Mathura-mahima
(The Glory of Mathura)
132
Sri Vrndatavi-vandanam
(Obeisances to Vrndavana)
138
Sri Nanda-pranamah
(Obeisances to Nanda Maharaja)
139
Sri Yasoda-vandanam
(Obeisances to Mother Yasoda)
141
Sri Krsna-saisavam
(Sri Krsna's Childhood)
142
Saisave'pi tarunyam
(Adolescence Manifested in Childhood)
147
Gavya-haranam
(Stealing Milk products)
152
Hareh svapnayitam
(Lord Hari Speaks in His Sleep)
157
Pitror vismaana-siksanai
(Instructions and Other Pastimes that Fill Krsna's Parents with Wonder)
159
Go-raksadi-lila
(Protecting the Cows and Other pastimes)
164
Gopinam premotkarsah
(The Exalted Nature of the Gopis Love)
167
Gopibhih saha lila
(Pastimes with the Gopis)
169
Tasu krsnasya bhavah
(Lord Krsna's Love for the Gopis)
171
Sri-Krsnasya prathama-darsane
Sri Radha-Prasnah
(Srimati Radharani's Inquiry on First Seeing Sri Krsna)
173
Sakhya uttaram
(The Reply of Radha's Gopi Friend)
175
Sri Radhayah purva-ragah
(The Beginning of Radha's Love)
176
Anya-catura-sakhi-vitarkah
(The Guess of another Expert Gopi Friend)
190
Radham prati sakhi-prasnah
(a Gopi Friend's Question to Srimati Radharani)
191
Sri Radham prati sakhi-narmasvasah
(A Gopi's joking Words of Encouragement to Srimati Radharani)
195
Sri Krsnam prati sri-radhanurga-kathanam
(Srimati Radharani's Love is described to Lord Krsna)
197
Sri-Radham prati sri-krsnanuraga-kathanam
(Sri Krsna's Love is described to Srimati Radharani)
201
Sri-Radhabhisarah
(The Meeting with Radha)
204
Sri-Radham prati sakhi-vakyam
(A Gopi Friend's Statement to Srimati Radharani)
207
Kridanantaram janatinam sakhinam narmoktih
(Joking Words of Gopi Friends Aware of the Divine Couple's Intimate Pastimes)
211
Mugdha-bala-vakyam
(The Words of an Innocent Child)
213
Sri-Radhaya saha dinantara-kelih.
atra sakhi-vakyam
(A Gopi Friend Alludes to Radha's Pastimes with Lord Krsna on the Previous Day)
215
Tasyah sakuta-vakyam
(Her Reply with a Hidden Meaning)
217
Sakhi-narma
(Joking Words of a Gopi Friend)
221
Punar anyedyur abhisarika tatra sakhi-vakyam
(A Gopi Friend Encourages Srimati Radharani to Meet Lord Krsna)
222
Pariksana-karinim sakhim prati
sri-radha-vakyam
Srimati Radharani's Reply to a Questioning Gopi-friend
224
Vasaka-sajja
(Srimati Radharani Makes Careful Arrangements for the Rendezvour with Lord Krsna)
227
Utkanthita
(Srimati Radharani Longs to Meet Krsna)
229
Vipralabdha
((Srimati Radharani is Separated from Lord Krsna)
231
Khandita
(Srimati Radharani is Cheated by Lord Krsna)
232
Tasya vakyam
(Her Words)
234
Khandanapta-nirvedayas tasya vakyam
(The Statement of Srimati Radharani, Who is Depressed Because She was Cheated by Lord Krsna, Who Failed to Appear at the Rendezvous)
237
Puanh sayam ayati madhave sakhi-siksa
(When Lord Krsna Returned in the Evening, a Gopi Friend Spoke the Following Instructions)
240
Manini
(The Angry Gopi)
241
Niskramati krsne sakhi vakyam
(A Gopi Friend's Words as Krsna Departs)
243
Sri Krsna-duti-vakyam
(Krsna's Message Sent Through a Gopi Messenger)
244
Dutim prati sri-radha-vakyam
(Srimati Radharani's Statement to the Gopi Messenger)
246
Kalahantaritam tam prati daksina-sakhi-vakyam
(A Gentle-hearted Friend's Statement to a Gopi who has Quarreled with Lord Krsna)
248
Karkasa-sakhi-vakyam
(Harsh Words From a Gopi Friend)
250
Tam Prati sri-radha-vakyam
(Srimati Radharani's Reply)
251
Sakhyah sabhyasuya-vakyam
(Jealous Words from a Gopi Friend)
256
Ksubhita-radhikoktih
(Words of Agitated Radharani)
257
Manaja-virahena dhyayantim tam prati kasyascid vakyam
(A Gopi's Words to Srimati Radharani, Who was Meditating on Lord Krsna in Separation)
259
Tam prati sri-radha-vakhyam
(Srimati Radharani's Reply)
261
Krsna-virahah
(Krsna's Feelings of Separation)
262
Sri Krsnanunaya-radha-prasadanam
(Radha and Krsna Become Pleased with Each Other)
264
Sri Krsnam prati sri-radha-sakhi-vakyam
(Words of Radha's Gopi Friend to Lord Krsna)
266
Dinantara-varta
(Narration of another Day's Pastimes)
268
Puspa-cchalena sir-krsnam anvesayantim
sri-radham prati kasyascid ukith
(Words of a Certain Gopi to Srimati Radharani, Who was Searching for Lord Krsna on the Pretext of Picking Flowers)
271
Tatra yamuna-tire gataya
sri-radhaya saha hareh sankatha
(Conversation Between Radha and Krsna on the Yamuna's Shore)
273
Tatra sri-radha-vakyam
(The Gopi who Controls Her Lovers)
278
Kridanantaram sri-krsnasya svapnayitam
(After Enjoying Transcendental Pastimes, Lord Krsna Takes a Nap and Speaks in his sleep)
279
Vamsi-cauryam
(Theft of the Flute)
281
Tam muralim prati sri-radha-vakyam
(Srimati Radharani's Words to the Flute)
283
Sayam harer vrajagmanam
(Lord Hari Returns to Vraja Village in the Evening)
286
Tatra kasyascid uktih
(A Certain Gopi's Words Then)
288
Tatraiva sri-radhikayah saubhagyam
(Srimati Radharani's Good Fortune)
290
Go-dohanam
(Milking the Cows)
293
Sri-Krsnam prati candravali-sakhi-vakyam
(Words of Candravali's Friend to Lord Krsna)
295
Sri Govardhana-dharanam
(Lifting Govardhana Hill)
297
Nauka-lila
(Boating Pastimes)
301
Radhaya saha harer vako-vakyam
(Conversation Between Krsna and Radha)
312
Rasa
(The Rasa-dance)
318
Sri-Krsna-vakyam
(Sri Krsna's Words)
322
Vraja-devinam uttaram
(The Reply of the Goddesses of Vraja)
325
Sri Krsnantardhane tasam prasnah
(Questions of the Gopis During Sri Krsna's Disappearance)
328
Sri Radha-sakhi-vakyam
(The words of Srimati Radharani's Friend)
331
Tatra Khecranam uktih
(Words of the Demigods Observing the Rasa Dance from Their Airplanes in the Sky)
338
Jala-keli
(Water Pastimes)
336
Sri Radha-sakhyah sakuta-vakyam
(a Gopi Friend's Words to Srimati Radharani)
340
Tam prati kasyascid uktih
(One Gopi's Words to Her)
345
Candravalim prati tasya vakyam
(This Gopi's Words to Candravali)
347
Tad-bhartaram prati sakhi-vakyam
(That Gopi Friend's Words to Candravali's Husband)
349
Nitya-lila(Eternal Pastimes) 351
Prakata-lilanusarena bhavini harer mathura-prasthane radha-sakhi-vakyam
(Words of Srimati Radharani's Gopi Friend as in His Manifest Pastimes Krsna is about to Leave for Mathura)
354
Sri Radha-vakyam
(Words of Srimati Radharani)
356
Harer mathura-pravese tatrayanam autsukyam
(The Eagerness of the Citizens when Lord Krsna Entered Mathura)
358
Tatra pura-strinam vakyam
(Words of the Women of Mathura when Lord Krsna Entered the City)
360
Sri Radhaya vilapah
(Srimati Radharani's Lament)
363
Mathurayam yasodam smrtva sri-krsna-vakyam
(Remembering Mother Yasoda, Sri Krsna Spoke the Following Words in Mathura)
378
Sri Radha-smrtya harer vakyam
(Remembering Srimati Radharani, Lord Krsna Spoke the Following Words)
380
Uddhavam prati harer vakyam
(Lord Krsna's Words to Uddhava)
382
Uddhavena radhayam hareh sandesah
(Lord Krsna's Message to Srimati Radharani Delivered by Uddhava)
383
Vrndavanam gacchata uddhavasya vakyam
(Uddhava's Words on Arriving in Vrndavana)
386
Vraja-devi-kulam praty uddhava-vakyam
(Uddhava's Word to the Goddesses of Vraja))
390
Uddhava drste sakhim prati sri-radha-vakyam
(Srimati Radharani's words to Her Gopi friend on seeing Uddhava)
392
Sri Radham praty uddhava-vakyam
(Uddhava's Statement to Srimati Radharani)
394
Uddhavam prati radha-sakhi-vakyam
(The Words of Srimati Radharani's Gopi Friend to Uddhava)
395
Radha-sakhya eva krsna-sandesah
(A Letter to Krsna From Radha's Gopi Friend)
398
Asya eva sa-pranayersyam jalpitam
(Her Words Mixed with Love and Anger)
409
Vraja-devinam sotprasah sandesah
(A joking Message from the Goddesses of Vraja)
410
Yathartha-sandesah
(A Very Appropriate Letter)
412
Dvaravati-sthasya harer virahah
(Lord Krsna's Feelings of Separation in Dvaraka)
414
Vrndavanadhisvari-viraha-gitam
(The Queen of Vrndavana's Words of Separation)
418
Vraja-devinam sandesah
(A Letter from the Goddesses of Vraja)
420
Sudamanam vipram prati dvarakesvar-vakyam
(Words of Dvaraka's King to Sudama Vipra)
424
Sva-grhadikam drstva tasya vacanam
(Sudama's Words on Seeing His Home, Possessions and Family)
426
Kuruksetre sri-vrndavanadhisvari-cestitam
(The Queen of Vrndavana's Activities at Kuruksetra)
428
Rahasy anunayantam krsnam prati radha-vakyam
(Lord Krsna Tries to Console Srimati Radharani with Sweet Words in a Solitary Place, and She Replies in the Following Way)
430
Tatraiva sakhim prati sri-radha-vacanam
(Srimati Radharani's Words to a Gopi Friend at Kuruksetra)
432
Samaptau mangalacaranam
(Auspicious Conclusion)
435

 

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"padyavali viracita rasikair mukunda-ramya samasta-tamasam damani kramena
sangrhyate krti-kadambaka-kautukaya"

This Padyavali (Anthology of Poetry) was written by devotees expert in the mellows of devotional service. This book contains many beautiful verses, which have been collected for the pleasure of the devotees. It illuminates the darkness of ignorance, and it is an ocean of transcendental bliss.-Sri Rupa Gosvami

 

About the Book

 

The purpose of this book is nicely described in the very first verse: This Padyavali (Anthology of Poetry) was written by devotees expert in the mellows of devotional service. This book contains many beautiful verses, which have been collected for the pleasure of the devotees. It illuminates the darkness of ignorance, and it is an ocean of transcendental bliss. Of course, there are many anthologies of verses written by great devotees, but one notable point is explained in the conclusion of the work: Jayadeva Gosvami, Bilvamangala Thakura, and other famous authors have written many books. Without referring to their verses, the work of other, less-famous authors, has been assembled in this book.

This verses in this anthology have been arranged according to subject so that the various moods of devotional service are illustrated, one after another. Many of these verses were quoted by Krsndasa Kaviraja in his Sri Caitanya-caritamrta. Just as one may collect the best of flowers to make a bouquet for one's beloved, this book contains a bouquet of verses that are most fragrant with the mellows of devotional service.

About the Author

Srila Rupa Gosvami is supremely worshipable for all of us, as explained by Srila Prabhupada:

"We Gaudiya Vaisnavas are known as rupanuga."

"Actually going to Vrndavana involves taking shelter of the six Gosvamis by reading the Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu, Vidagdha-madhava, Lalita-madhava and the other books that they have given. In this way one can understand the transcendental loving affairs between Radha and Krsna.

 

Kabe hama bujhaba se yugala-piriti.

Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu said:
"I met Rupt Gosvami at Prayaga, and became very attracted to him because of his exalted qualities." Thereafter, Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu praised Rupa Gosvami's use of metaphors and other literary ornaments, and said that without such poetic attributes there is no possibility of preaching transcendental mellows. The Lord then requested all His personal associates of preaching transcendental mellows. The Lord then requested all His personal associated to bless Rupa Gosvami so that he would be able to continuously describe the pastimes of Vrindavana, which are full of emotional love of Godhead.

 

Introduction

 

In a purport of Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Srila Prabhupada wrote: In the Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika (180) Sri Rupa Gosvami is described to be the gopi named Sri Rupa manjari. In the Bhakti-ratnakara there is a list of the books Sri Rupa Gosvami compiled. Of all his books, the following sixteen are very popular among Vaisnavas: (1) Hamsaduta, (2) Uddhava-sandesa, (3) Krsna-janma-tithi-vidhi, (4 and 5) Radha-krsna-ganoddesa-dipika, Brhat (major) and Laghu (minor), (6) Stavamala, (7) Vidagdha-madhava, (8) Lalita-madhava, (9) Dana-keli-kaumudi, (10)Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu (this is the most celebrated book by Sri Rupa Gosvami), (11) Ujjvala-nilamani, (12) Akhyata-candrika, (13) Mathura-mahima, (14) Padyavali, (15) Nataka-candrika and (16) Laghu-bhagavatamrta.

The purpose of this book is nicely described in the very first verse: This Padyavali (Anthology of Poetry) was written by devotees expert in the mellows of devotional service. This book contains many beautiful verses, which have been collected for the pleasure of the devotees. It illuminates the darkness of ignorance, and it is an ocean of transcendental bliss. Of course, there are many anthologies of verses written by great devotees, but one notable point is explained in the conclusion of the work: Jayadeva Gosvami, Bilvamangala Thakura, and other famous authors have written many books. Without referring to their verses, the work of other, less-famous authors, has been assembled in this book.

In fact, many of these verses collected by Sri Rupa Gosvami are of unknown origin, and the reason for this is pointed out by Mahanidhi Swami: "It is practically a law among Vaisnava writers like Sri Rupa Gosvami, Sri Sanatana Gosvami, Krsnadasa Kaviraja, and Vrndavana dasa Thakura to always keep themselves in the background. They never mention anything about their family lineage or personal history. The authors of the best written and most relishable verses collected in Sri Rupa Gosvami's Padyavali remain unknown."

The verses in this anthology have been arranged according to subject so that the various moods of devotional service are illustrated, one after another. Many of these verses were quoted by Krsndasa Kaviraja in his Sri Caitanya-caritamrta. Just as one may collect the best of flowers to make a bouquet for one's beloved, this book contains a bouquet of verses that are most fragrant with the mellows of devotional service and they are presented by Kusakratha Prabhu in English for our pleasure and advancement in Krsna consciousness.

 

Contents
Grantharambhe mangalacaranam
Auspicious Introduction)
25
Sri Krsnasya mahima
(The Glory of Krsna)
30
Bhajana-mahatmya
(The Glory of Devotional service)
33
Nama-mahatmya
(The Glory of the Holy Name)
40
Nama-kirtana
(Glorification of the Holy Names)
54
Sri Krsna-katha-mahatmya
(The Glory of the Description of Sri Krsna)
61
Sri Krsna-dhyana
(Meditation on Sri Krsna)
66
Bhakta-vatsalyam
(Love for the Devotees)
70
Draupadi-trane tad-vakyam
(Draupadi's Appeal for Protection)
72
Bhaktanam mahatmyam
(The Glory of the Devotees)
74
Bhaktanam nistha
(The Devotees Faith)
91
Bhaktanam sautsukya-prarthana
(The Devotees Earnest Prayers)
103
Bhaktanam utkantha
(The Devotees Yearning)
111
Moksanadarah
(Contempt for Liberation)
121
Sri Bhagavad-dharma-tattvam
(The Nature of Devotional Service)
125
Naivedyarpane vijnaptih
(Prayers for Offering Prasadam)
128
Sri Mathura-mahima
(The Glory of Mathura)
132
Sri Vrndatavi-vandanam
(Obeisances to Vrndavana)
138
Sri Nanda-pranamah
(Obeisances to Nanda Maharaja)
139
Sri Yasoda-vandanam
(Obeisances to Mother Yasoda)
141
Sri Krsna-saisavam
(Sri Krsna's Childhood)
142
Saisave'pi tarunyam
(Adolescence Manifested in Childhood)
147
Gavya-haranam
(Stealing Milk products)
152
Hareh svapnayitam
(Lord Hari Speaks in His Sleep)
157
Pitror vismaana-siksanai
(Instructions and Other Pastimes that Fill Krsna's Parents with Wonder)
159
Go-raksadi-lila
(Protecting the Cows and Other pastimes)
164
Gopinam premotkarsah
(The Exalted Nature of the Gopis Love)
167
Gopibhih saha lila
(Pastimes with the Gopis)
169
Tasu krsnasya bhavah
(Lord Krsna's Love for the Gopis)
171
Sri-Krsnasya prathama-darsane
Sri Radha-Prasnah
(Srimati Radharani's Inquiry on First Seeing Sri Krsna)
173
Sakhya uttaram
(The Reply of Radha's Gopi Friend)
175
Sri Radhayah purva-ragah
(The Beginning of Radha's Love)
176
Anya-catura-sakhi-vitarkah
(The Guess of another Expert Gopi Friend)
190
Radham prati sakhi-prasnah
(a Gopi Friend's Question to Srimati Radharani)
191
Sri Radham prati sakhi-narmasvasah
(A Gopi's joking Words of Encouragement to Srimati Radharani)
195
Sri Krsnam prati sri-radhanurga-kathanam
(Srimati Radharani's Love is described to Lord Krsna)
197
Sri-Radham prati sri-krsnanuraga-kathanam
(Sri Krsna's Love is described to Srimati Radharani)
201
Sri-Radhabhisarah
(The Meeting with Radha)
204
Sri-Radham prati sakhi-vakyam
(A Gopi Friend's Statement to Srimati Radharani)
207
Kridanantaram janatinam sakhinam narmoktih
(Joking Words of Gopi Friends Aware of the Divine Couple's Intimate Pastimes)
211
Mugdha-bala-vakyam
(The Words of an Innocent Child)
213
Sri-Radhaya saha dinantara-kelih.
atra sakhi-vakyam
(A Gopi Friend Alludes to Radha's Pastimes with Lord Krsna on the Previous Day)
215
Tasyah sakuta-vakyam
(Her Reply with a Hidden Meaning)
217
Sakhi-narma
(Joking Words of a Gopi Friend)
221
Punar anyedyur abhisarika tatra sakhi-vakyam
(A Gopi Friend Encourages Srimati Radharani to Meet Lord Krsna)
222
Pariksana-karinim sakhim prati
sri-radha-vakyam
Srimati Radharani's Reply to a Questioning Gopi-friend
224
Vasaka-sajja
(Srimati Radharani Makes Careful Arrangements for the Rendezvour with Lord Krsna)
227
Utkanthita
(Srimati Radharani Longs to Meet Krsna)
229
Vipralabdha
((Srimati Radharani is Separated from Lord Krsna)
231
Khandita
(Srimati Radharani is Cheated by Lord Krsna)
232
Tasya vakyam
(Her Words)
234
Khandanapta-nirvedayas tasya vakyam
(The Statement of Srimati Radharani, Who is Depressed Because She was Cheated by Lord Krsna, Who Failed to Appear at the Rendezvous)
237
Puanh sayam ayati madhave sakhi-siksa
(When Lord Krsna Returned in the Evening, a Gopi Friend Spoke the Following Instructions)
240
Manini
(The Angry Gopi)
241
Niskramati krsne sakhi vakyam
(A Gopi Friend's Words as Krsna Departs)
243
Sri Krsna-duti-vakyam
(Krsna's Message Sent Through a Gopi Messenger)
244
Dutim prati sri-radha-vakyam
(Srimati Radharani's Statement to the Gopi Messenger)
246
Kalahantaritam tam prati daksina-sakhi-vakyam
(A Gentle-hearted Friend's Statement to a Gopi who has Quarreled with Lord Krsna)
248
Karkasa-sakhi-vakyam
(Harsh Words From a Gopi Friend)
250
Tam Prati sri-radha-vakyam
(Srimati Radharani's Reply)
251
Sakhyah sabhyasuya-vakyam
(Jealous Words from a Gopi Friend)
256
Ksubhita-radhikoktih
(Words of Agitated Radharani)
257
Manaja-virahena dhyayantim tam prati kasyascid vakyam
(A Gopi's Words to Srimati Radharani, Who was Meditating on Lord Krsna in Separation)
259
Tam prati sri-radha-vakhyam
(Srimati Radharani's Reply)
261
Krsna-virahah
(Krsna's Feelings of Separation)
262
Sri Krsnanunaya-radha-prasadanam
(Radha and Krsna Become Pleased with Each Other)
264
Sri Krsnam prati sri-radha-sakhi-vakyam
(Words of Radha's Gopi Friend to Lord Krsna)
266
Dinantara-varta
(Narration of another Day's Pastimes)
268
Puspa-cchalena sir-krsnam anvesayantim
sri-radham prati kasyascid ukith
(Words of a Certain Gopi to Srimati Radharani, Who was Searching for Lord Krsna on the Pretext of Picking Flowers)
271
Tatra yamuna-tire gataya
sri-radhaya saha hareh sankatha
(Conversation Between Radha and Krsna on the Yamuna's Shore)
273
Tatra sri-radha-vakyam
(The Gopi who Controls Her Lovers)
278
Kridanantaram sri-krsnasya svapnayitam
(After Enjoying Transcendental Pastimes, Lord Krsna Takes a Nap and Speaks in his sleep)
279
Vamsi-cauryam
(Theft of the Flute)
281
Tam muralim prati sri-radha-vakyam
(Srimati Radharani's Words to the Flute)
283
Sayam harer vrajagmanam
(Lord Hari Returns to Vraja Village in the Evening)
286
Tatra kasyascid uktih
(A Certain Gopi's Words Then)
288
Tatraiva sri-radhikayah saubhagyam
(Srimati Radharani's Good Fortune)
290
Go-dohanam
(Milking the Cows)
293
Sri-Krsnam prati candravali-sakhi-vakyam
(Words of Candravali's Friend to Lord Krsna)
295
Sri Govardhana-dharanam
(Lifting Govardhana Hill)
297
Nauka-lila
(Boating Pastimes)
301
Radhaya saha harer vako-vakyam
(Conversation Between Krsna and Radha)
312
Rasa
(The Rasa-dance)
318
Sri-Krsna-vakyam
(Sri Krsna's Words)
322
Vraja-devinam uttaram
(The Reply of the Goddesses of Vraja)
325
Sri Krsnantardhane tasam prasnah
(Questions of the Gopis During Sri Krsna's Disappearance)
328
Sri Radha-sakhi-vakyam
(The words of Srimati Radharani's Friend)
331
Tatra Khecranam uktih
(Words of the Demigods Observing the Rasa Dance from Their Airplanes in the Sky)
338
Jala-keli
(Water Pastimes)
336
Sri Radha-sakhyah sakuta-vakyam
(a Gopi Friend's Words to Srimati Radharani)
340
Tam prati kasyascid uktih
(One Gopi's Words to Her)
345
Candravalim prati tasya vakyam
(This Gopi's Words to Candravali)
347
Tad-bhartaram prati sakhi-vakyam
(That Gopi Friend's Words to Candravali's Husband)
349
Nitya-lila(Eternal Pastimes) 351
Prakata-lilanusarena bhavini harer mathura-prasthane radha-sakhi-vakyam
(Words of Srimati Radharani's Gopi Friend as in His Manifest Pastimes Krsna is about to Leave for Mathura)
354
Sri Radha-vakyam
(Words of Srimati Radharani)
356
Harer mathura-pravese tatrayanam autsukyam
(The Eagerness of the Citizens when Lord Krsna Entered Mathura)
358
Tatra pura-strinam vakyam
(Words of the Women of Mathura when Lord Krsna Entered the City)
360
Sri Radhaya vilapah
(Srimati Radharani's Lament)
363
Mathurayam yasodam smrtva sri-krsna-vakyam
(Remembering Mother Yasoda, Sri Krsna Spoke the Following Words in Mathura)
378
Sri Radha-smrtya harer vakyam
(Remembering Srimati Radharani, Lord Krsna Spoke the Following Words)
380
Uddhavam prati harer vakyam
(Lord Krsna's Words to Uddhava)
382
Uddhavena radhayam hareh sandesah
(Lord Krsna's Message to Srimati Radharani Delivered by Uddhava)
383
Vrndavanam gacchata uddhavasya vakyam
(Uddhava's Words on Arriving in Vrndavana)
386
Vraja-devi-kulam praty uddhava-vakyam
(Uddhava's Word to the Goddesses of Vraja))
390
Uddhava drste sakhim prati sri-radha-vakyam
(Srimati Radharani's words to Her Gopi friend on seeing Uddhava)
392
Sri Radham praty uddhava-vakyam
(Uddhava's Statement to Srimati Radharani)
394
Uddhavam prati radha-sakhi-vakyam
(The Words of Srimati Radharani's Gopi Friend to Uddhava)
395
Radha-sakhya eva krsna-sandesah
(A Letter to Krsna From Radha's Gopi Friend)
398
Asya eva sa-pranayersyam jalpitam
(Her Words Mixed with Love and Anger)
409
Vraja-devinam sotprasah sandesah
(A joking Message from the Goddesses of Vraja)
410
Yathartha-sandesah
(A Very Appropriate Letter)
412
Dvaravati-sthasya harer virahah
(Lord Krsna's Feelings of Separation in Dvaraka)
414
Vrndavanadhisvari-viraha-gitam
(The Queen of Vrndavana's Words of Separation)
418
Vraja-devinam sandesah
(A Letter from the Goddesses of Vraja)
420
Sudamanam vipram prati dvarakesvar-vakyam
(Words of Dvaraka's King to Sudama Vipra)
424
Sva-grhadikam drstva tasya vacanam
(Sudama's Words on Seeing His Home, Possessions and Family)
426
Kuruksetre sri-vrndavanadhisvari-cestitam
(The Queen of Vrndavana's Activities at Kuruksetra)
428
Rahasy anunayantam krsnam prati radha-vakyam
(Lord Krsna Tries to Console Srimati Radharani with Sweet Words in a Solitary Place, and She Replies in the Following Way)
430
Tatraiva sakhim prati sri-radha-vacanam
(Srimati Radharani's Words to a Gopi Friend at Kuruksetra)
432
Samaptau mangalacaranam
(Auspicious Conclusion)
435

 

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