Narottam Das Thakur has written this song “Radha Krsna Koro Dhyana”. This song is taken from the book Prema Bhakti Candrika. In this song, Narottam Das Thakur describes the transcendental bliss achieved from serving Lord Krsna and Srimati Radharani.
radha-krsna koro dhyana, svapne-o na bolo ana,
prema vina ana nahi cau
yugala kisora prema, yeno laksa-bana hema,
arati piriti rase dhyau
jala vinu yeno mina, duhka pay ayu-hina
prema vinu ei mata bhakta
cataka jalada gati, emata ekanta riti,
yei jane sei anurakta
lubdha bhramara yeno, cakora candrika teno,
pativrata-janera yeno pati
anyatra na cole mana, yeno daridrera hema,
eimata prema-bhakti riti
visaya garala-maya, ta'te mano sukha-caya,
sei sukha duhka kori mano
govinda visaya rasa, sanga koro tara dasa,
prema bhakti satya kori jano
madhye madhye ache dusta, drsti kori hoy rusta
guna viguna kori mane
govinda vimukha jana, sphurti nahe heno dhana
laukika koriya saba jane
ajsana vimukha yoto, nahi loy sata mata
ahankare na jane apana
abhimani bhakti hina, jaga majhe sei dina,
vrtha tara asesa bhavana
ara saba parihari, parama isvara hari,
sevo mana! prema kori asa
eka vraja raja pure, govinda rasika vare
koroho sadai abhilasa
narottama dasa kohe, sada mora prana dahe,
heno bhakta sanga na paiya
abhagyera nahi ora, michai hoinu bhora,
duhka rahu antare jagiya
(1) Meditate on Sri Sri Radha-Krsna. Don't desire anything else, even in your dreams. The treasure of love for the youthful Divine Couple is more valuable than gold purified in ten thousand flames.
(2) As a fish without water suffers and dies, so a devotee perishes without love for the Divine Couple. As a cataka bird carefully follows the clouds, so a devotee loves the Divine Couple.
(3) As a bumblebee yearns for lotus flowers, a cakora bird yearns for moonlight, a chaste wife yearns for her husband, and a pauper yearns for money, a devotee yearns to attain love for the Divine Couple.
(4) The happiness of the senses is full of poison. Pride does not bring happiness. These things do not bring happiness. They bring only pain. Taste the nectar of serving Lord Govinda. Associate with His devotees. Learn the truth of loving devotional service.
(5) The treasure of divine love does not present itself before the demons that turn their backs on Lord Govinda, become angry when they see the devotees, and think the devotees are ordinary people.
(6) These unfortunate fools cannot understand the truth. Proud, bewildered by false-ego, and empty of devotion for the Lord, they are the poorest and most wretched people in the world. All their thoughts are empty and without meaning.
(7) O mind, renounce everything and desire only to love and serve the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Hari. Lord Govinda, the best of them who taste transcendental nectar, stays in King Nanda's house. Desire Him alone.
(8) Narottama dasa says: Because I cannot attain the association of devotees, my life is like a burning fire. No one is unfortunate as I. I am overcome by material illusion, and great pain is beginning to waken in my heart.