Dvitiya Sri Caitanyastakam

 Lord Caitanya, Dvitiya Sri Caitanyastakam

Rupa Goswami has written this song "Kalau Yam Vidvamsah Sphutam". The official name of this song is Volume 1 Dvitiya Sri Caitanyastakam. This song is taken from the book Stavamala. In this song, Rupa Goswami describes the glories of Lord Caitanya and requests him to shower his great causeless mercy.
 
(1)
kalau yam vidvamsah sphutam abhiyajante dyuti-bharad
akrsnangam krsnam makha-vidhibhir utkirtanamayaih
upasyam ca prahur yam akhila-caturthasrama-jusam
sa devas caitanyakrtir atitaram nah krpayatu
 
(2)
caritram tanvanah priyam aghavad-ahladana-padam
jayodghosaih samyag-viracita-saci-soka-haranah
udascan-martanda-dyuti-hara-dukulascita-katih
sa devas caitanyakrtir atitaram nah krpayatu
 
(3)
aparam kasyapi pranayi-jana-vrndasya kutuki
rasa-stomam hrtva madhuram upabhoktum kam api yah
rucam svam avavre dyutim iha tadiyam prakatayan
sa devas caitanyakrtir atitaram nah krpayatu
 
(4)
anaradhyah pritya ciram asura-bhava-pranayinam
prapannanam daivim prakrtim adhidaivam tri-jagati
ajasram yah sriman jayati sahajananda-madhurah
sa devas caitanyakrtir atitaram nah krpayatu
 
(5)
gatir yah paundranam prakatita-navadvipa-mahima
bhavenalankurvan bhuvana-mahitam srotriya-kulam
punaty angi-karad bhuvi paramahamsasrama-padam
sa devas caitanyakrtir atitaram nah krpayatu
 
(6)
mukhenagre pitva madhuram iha namamrta-rasam
drsor dvara yas tam vamati ghana-baspambu-misatah
bhuvi premnas tattvam prakatayitum ullasita-tanuh
sa devas caitanyakrtir atitaram nah krpayatu
 
(7)
tanum aviskurvan nava-purata-bhasam kati-lasat-
karankalankaras taruna-gaja-rajascita-gatih
priyebhyo yah siksam disati nija-nirmalya-rucibhih
sa devas caitanyakrtir atitaram nah krpayatu
 
(8)
smitalokah sokam harati jagatam yasya parito
giram tu prarambhah kusala-patalim pallavayati
padalambah kam va pranayati na hi prema-nivaham
sa devas caitanyakrtir atitaram nah krpayatu
 
(9)
saci-sunoh kirti-stabaka-nava-saurabhya-nibidam
puman yah pritatma pathati kila padyastakam idam
sa laksmivan etam nija-pada-saroje pranayitam
dadanah kalyanim anupadam abadham sukhayati
 
 
(1) By performing the sacrifice of congregational chanting of the holy name, scholars in the age of Kali worship Lord Krsna, who is now non-blackish because of the great upsurge of feelings of Srimati Radharani. He is the only worshipable Deity for the paramahamsas, who have attained the highest stage of the fourth order (sannyasa). May that Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Caitanya, show us His great causeless mercy.
 
(2) Loudly shouting “Jaya!” as He manifested His sankirtana pastimes that delighted even the fallen and sinful, and His hips bound by a silk garment that eclipsed the splendor of the rising sun, He pacified His mother's grief. May that Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Caitanya, show us His great causeless mercy.
 
(3) Lord Krsna desired to taste the limitless nectarean mellows of love of one of His multitude of loving damsels (Sri Radha), and so He has assumed the form of Lord Caitanya. He has tasted that love while hiding His own dark complexion with Her effulgent yellow color. May that Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Caitanya, show us His great causeless mercy.
 
(4) By the demons He is never worshiped with love. For the surrendered devotees He defeats the power of material destiny in the three worlds. He is handsome, blissful, and charming. May that Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Caitanya, show us His great causeless mercy.
 
(5) He is the shelter of the people of Bengal. His glory is manifested in Navadvipa. By birth He ornaments the brahmana community, which is worshiped in all the worlds. By accepting it, He purifies the paramahamsa-asrama in this world. May that Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Caitanya, show us His great causeless mercy.
 
(6) To reveal the truth of pure transcendental love in this world He first jubilantly drank with His mouth the nectar of the holy name, and then discharged it from eyes eyes on the pretext of shedding tears. May that Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Caitanya, show us His great causeless mercy.
 
(7) His form is as splendid as new gold. His waist is decorated with a water pot. He is as graceful as a regal young elephant. By appreciating His own krsna-prasadam garlands, He teaches His dear associates. May that Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Caitanya, show us His great causeless mercy.
 
(8) His smiling glance at once drives away all the bereavements of the world, and His very words enliven the auspicious creepers of devotion by expanding their leaves. Taking shelter of His lotus feet invokes transcendental love of God at once. May that Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Caitanya, show us His great causeless mercy.
 
(9) At every step may the glorious Supreme Personality of Godhead bring both transcendental happiness and grant auspicious pure love for His own lotus feet to that person who very happily reads these eight verses, which contain the fresh, sweet fragrance of the many blossoming flowers of the glories of Lord Caitanya, the son of Saci.