Sivananda Sena has written this song.” Hori Khelata Gaura Kisora. In this song, Sivananda Sena describes the divine pastimes of Sri Sri Gaura Gadadhara.
holi khelata gaura kisora
rasabati nari gadadhara kora
sveda bindu mukhe pulaka sarira
bhava bhore galatahi nayane nira
vraja rasa gaota narahari sange
mukunda murari vasu nacata range
khene khene murchai pandita kora
heraite sabacara bhave bhela bhora
nikunja mandire pahu kayala vithara
bhume pori kahe kaho murali hamara
kaha govardhana yamunaka kula
kaha malati juthi campaka phula
sivananda kahe pabu suni rasa vani
jaha pahu gadadhara taha rasa khani
(1)-(2) Gaura kisora plays Holi in the arms of the rasavati nari, Gadadhara. Aho! Drops of perspiration cover Their faces, They horripilate and tears flow from Their eyes due to intense bhava! As Gauranga sings abut Vrndavana's mellows with Narahari-Murari, Mukunda and Vasudava Ghosa dance in ecstasy!
(3)-(4) But Gauranga repeatedly faints falling in Gadadhara's lap! And seeing them the priya bhaktas swoon! Then coming to rest in a nikunja mandire, Gauranga faints again after exclaiming: `where is My murali, the Yamuna and Govardhana? And where are Vrndavana's malati, juthi and campaka flowers?'
(5) Thus Sivananda says, “Listen to my rasa vani; with Gaura and Gadadhara we find a jewel mine of divine mellows!”