Dhanya Dhanya Vraja Vadhu Dhenu

Dhanya Dhanya Vraja Vadhu Dhenu, Lord Krsna

Sanatana Goswami has written this song “Dhanya Dhanya Vraja Vadhu Dhenu”. The official name of this song is Obeisance 40 Verses 160 to 164. This song is taken from the book Krsna Lila Stava. In this song, Sanatana Goswami describes the glories of Lord Krsna and also states the formula for one to attain great bliss.
 
(1)
dhanya-dhanya-vraja-vadhu-dhenu-tarpita-modita
nitya-purna-maha-bhagya vrajauko-mitritam gata
 
(2)
vraja-vasi-prasangantar-devata-bahu-saukhyada
vraja-jatanghri-renu-sprk-trna-janmepsu-padmaja
 
(3)
prema-bhaktarpitasesa ghosa-vasi-maha-rnin
sad-vesa-matra-samjnata-putanatma-pradayaka
 
(4)
virakta-prapya-dananuraktaparyapta-yantrita
putratvady-anukarati-suhrd-anrnya-lajjita
 
(5)
avidvan-mani-sac-citta-vag-agocara-vaibhava
atyananda-muhur-nama-kirtana brahma-vandita
 
 
(1) O Krsna, You satisfied and delighted the cows and the gopis of Vrajabhumi, who are the most fortunate of all fortunate living entities. O Lord, You are eternally full of great auspiciousness, and You are the friend of the residents of Vraja.
 
(2) O Krsna, You granted great happiness to Lord Brahma who desired the association of the residents of Vrajabhumi. Lord Brahma desired to take birth as a blade of grass inVraja, so that he would become touched by the dust of the lotus feet of the great devotees who were born there.
 
(3) O Krsna, You grant Yourself tot he devotees situated in pure love for you, and You feel greatly indebted to the residents of Vraja. Simply because of the external appearance of affection, You gave Yourself to the demoness Putana.
 
(4) O Krsna, those who have given up this material world are able to attain You, and those who are attached to this world cannot. O Lord You are embarrassed by Your great debt to Your friends in Vrndavana for their kind activities to You as You play the role of their son etc.
 
(5) O Krsna, even the humble devotees who consider that they are very foolish, and whose minds are pure, cannot understand with their minds or with words the great extent of Your opulences. O Lord, to whom Lord Brahma offered respectful obeisances, one attains great bliss simply by constantly chanting Your Holy Name.