Raghunatha Dasa Goswami has written this song “Saptaham Murajit Karambuja”. The official name of this song is Govardhanasraya Dasakam. This song is taken from the book Stavavali. In this song, Raghunatha Dasa Goswami describes the glories of the Govardhana Hill, who is the crowned King of all mountains.
prodyad-valgu-varatakoparimilan-mugdha-dvirepho 'pi yah
pathah-ksepaka-sakra-nakra-mukhatah krode vrajam- drag apat
kas tam gokula-bandhavam giri-varam govardhanam nasrayet
indratve nibhrtam gavam suranadi-toyena dinatmana
sakrenanugata cakara surabhir yenabhisekam hareh
yat-kacche 'jani tena nandita-janam govinda-kundam krti
kas tam- go-nikarendra-patta-sikharam- govardhanam- nasrayet
svar-dhuny-adi-varenya-tirtha-ganato hrdyany ajasram- hareh
prema-ksema-ruci-pradani parito bhrajanti yasya vrati
kas tam- manya-munindra-varnita-gunam- govardhanam- nasrayet
gandharvadi-saramsi nirjhara-girih srngara-simhasanam
gopalo 'pi hari-sthalam- harir api sphurjanti yat-sarvatah
kas tam- go-mrga-paksi-vrksa-lalitam- govardhanam- nasrayet
ganga-koty-adhikam- bakari-pada-jaristari-kundam- vahan
bhaktya yah sirasa natena satatam- preyan sivad apy abhut
radha-kunda-manim- tathaiva murajit-praudha-prasadam- dadhat
preyah-stavyamano 'bhavat ka iha tam- govardhanam- nasrayet
yasyam- madhava-naviko rasavatim adhaya radham- tarau
madhye cascala-keli-pata-valanat trasaih stuvatyas tatah
svabhistham- panam adadhe vahati sa yasmin mano-jahnavi
kas tam- tan nava-dam-pati-pratibhuvam- govardhanam- nasrayet
rase sri-sata-vandya-sundara-sakhi vrndascita saurabha-
bhrajat-krsna-rasala-bahu-vilasat-kanthi madhau madhavi
radha nrtyati yatra caru valate rasa-sthali sa para
yasmin sa sukrti tam unnatam aye govardhanam- nasrayet
yatra sviya-ganasya vikrama-bhrta vaca muhuh phullatoh
smera-krura-drg-anta-vibhrama-saraih sasvan mitho viddhayoh
tad yunor nava-dana-srstija-kalir bhangya hasan jrmbhate
kas tam- tat-prthu-keli-sucana-silam- govardhanam- nasrayet
yasmin go-caya-caru-carana-paro ririti gayaty asau
range gudha-guhasu ca prathayati smara-kriyam radhaya
kas tam saubhaga-bhusitascita-tanum govardhanam nasrayet
kalindim- tapanodbhavam- giri-ganan aty-unnama-cekharan
sri-vrndavipinam- janepsita-dharam- nandisvaram- casrayam
hitva yam- pratipujayan vraja-krte manam- mukundo dadau
kas tam- srngi-kiritinam- giri-nrpam- govardhanam- nasrayet
tasmin vasadam asya ramya-dasakam govardhanasyeha yat
pradurbhutam idam yadiya-krpaya jirnandha-vaktrad api
tasyodyad-guna-vrnda-bandhura-khaner jivatu-rupasya tat-
tosayapi alam bhavatt iha phalam pakvam maya mrgyate
(1) Who will not take shelter of Govardhana Hill, the best of mountains, the friend of Gokula, the charming bumblebee that for seven days stood on the graceful whorl of the lotus flower of Lord Krsna's hand and protected Vraja from the mouth of the Indra-crocodile raining a great monsoon?
(2) What pious person will not take shelter of Govardhana Hill, whose peak is the place of pastimes for Lord Krsna, the master of the surabhi cows, and near which is blissfulGovinda-kunda, where a surabhi cow, followed by humbled Indra bearing the waters of the celestial Ganges, bathed Lord Krsna and secretly crowned Him king of the surabhicows?
(3) What pious person will not take shelter of Govardhana Hill, which is glorified by the great sages, and which is encircled by the lakes Siri-kunda, Brahma-kunda, Hara-kunda,Apsarah-kunda, Priyaka-kunda, and Sri-dana-kunda, which are splendid with the happiness of pure love and more dear to Lord Hari than the celestial Ganges and a host of other sacred places?
(4) Who will not take shelter of Govardhana Hill, which is charming with cows, deer, birds, and trees, and which is the place where the lakes Jyotsnamoksana-kunda, Malya-kunda, Hara-kunda, Sumanah-kunda, Gauri-kunda, Balaridhvaja-kunda, Gandharva-kunda, many other lakes, many swiftly-moving mountain streams, many lion-thrones for amorous pastimes, many places for Lord Hari's other pastimes, and the cowherd boy Lord Hari Himself, are all splendidly manifest?
(5) Who will not take shelter of Govardhana Hill? He who with always devotedly caries on his bowed head the lake known as Syama-kunda, which is millions of times greater than the Ganges, and which was born from the foot of Lord Krsna, becomes more dear to the Lord than even the demigod Siva. He who in the same way carries the jewel known as Radha'-kunda attains the full mercy of Lord Krsna. He becomes the most dear and glorious of devotees.
(6) Who will not take shelter of Govardhana Hill, where the divine couple enjoy Their rescue-fee pastimes, and where the Manasa-ganga flows? In the Manasa-ganga the pilotMadhava took sweetly beautiful Radha' on His boat, and when She, frightened by a great storm, prayed that He calm it, He claimed from Her as a rescue-fee the fulfillment of His amorous desires.
(7) Ah, what pious person will not take shelter of lofty Govardhana Hill, the beautiful and transcendental place of the rasa dance, where Sri Radha, accompanied by Her beautiful friends worshiped by hundreds of goddesses of fortune, and the splendid, nectar arm of Lord Krsna playfully resting on Her neck, dances in the springtime rasa-lila?
(8) Who will not take shelter of Govardhana Hill where, blossoming with happiness at the outrageous joking words of Their friends, perpetually wounded by the swift arrows shot from the corners of Their cruel, smiling eyes, and laughing at the crooked words of the ever-new dana-keli quarrel, the youthful divine couple displayed so many transcendental pastimes?
(9) Who will not take shelter of graceful and auspicious Govardhana Hill, where, accompanied by Sridama and His other friends, playing with Sankarsana, and carefully herding the cows, Lord Krsna happily sings ri ri, and where Lord Krsna enjoys amorous pastimes with Radha' in the rasa dance arena and deep in the hidden caves?
(10) Who will not take shelter of Govardhana Hill, the crowned king of all mountains? For the people of Vraja's sake Lord Mukunda neglected the sun-god's daughter Yamuna, a host of other lofty hills, the wish-fulfilling forest of Vrndavana, and the town of Nandisvara, and respectfully worshiped Govardhana Hill.
(11) By the mercy of Govardhana Hill these ten beautiful verses about Govardhana Hill, which grant residence at Govardhana Hill, have come from the mouth of a blind old man. The pleasure of Govardhana Hill, which is my life and soul, and which is a beautiful jewel-mine of transcendental virtues, is the ripe fruit I seek from my labor in writing these verses.