Govinda Das Kaviraj has written this song “Gotha Bijayi Braja Raja Kisora”. This song is taken from the book Padavali. In this song, Govinda Das Kaviraj describes how Lord Krishna, who is splendidly dressed by His mother, walks to the pastures along with numberless cows, cowherd boys and Lord Balaram.
gotha bijayi braja-raja kisora
janani-biracita besa ujora
age aganita kata go-dhana caliya
pache braja-balaka hai hai baliya
sama baya besa sabahu kari chanda
rama bame calu syamara-canda
mayura sikhanda cude jhalamaliya
manimaya kundala talamaliya
sira-para canda adhara-para murali
cala-ite panthe karaye kata kurali
kati-tate pita patambara baniya
manthara gati calu gaja-bara jiniya
mani-manjira bajata rana-jhaniya
gobinda-dasa kaha-i dhani dhaniya
(Refrain) Splendidly dressed by His mother, Vraja's young prince walks to the pastures.
(1) Numberless cows walk before Him. Behind Him Vraja's boys cry, "Hai! Hai!"
(2) Like Him in age, garments, manner, and every other way, hosts of boys surround Him. With Balarama at His left, Lord Krsna, splendid like a dark moon, walks.
(3) A peacock feather splendidly rests in His crown. His jewel earrings swing to and fro.
(4) His forehead is like the glistening moon. Walking on the path, how many melodies does He play on the flute at His lips?
(5) A yellow cloth is gracefully wrapped about His waist. He slow walking defeats the graceful elephant.
(6) His jewel anklets jangle. Govinda dasa says: Lord Krsna is the most glorious of all who are glorious.