Jaya Jaya Bhanusuta Tata

Jaya Jaya Bhanusuta Tata

Rupa Goswami has written this song "Jaya Jaya Bhanusuta Tata". The official name of this song is Volume 6 Song 17. This song is taken from the book Stavamala. In this song, Rupa Goswami glorifies the handsome son of NandaSri Krsna, who performs transcendental pastimes in Vraja.
 
(Refrain)
jaya jaya bhanu-suta-tata-ranga-maha-nata sundara nanda-kumara
sarad-angikrta-divya-rasavrta mangala-rasa-vihara dhruva
 
(1)
komala-sasikara-ramya-vanantara-nirmita-gita-vilasa
turna-samagata-vallava-yauvata-viksana-krta-parihasa
 
(2)
gopi-cumbita raga-karambita mana-vilokana-lina
guna-vargonnata-radha-sangata-sauhrda-sampad-adhina
 
(3)
tad-vacanamrta-pana-madahrta valayi-krta-parivara
sura-taruni-gana-mati-viksobhana khelana-valgita-hara
 
(4)
ambu-vigahana-nandita-nija-jana mandita-yamuna-tira
sukha-samvid-ghana purna-sanatana nirmala-nila-sarira
 
 
Refrain: O Lord who danced on the shore of the Yamuna, O handsome son of Nanda, O Lord who enjoyed the pastime of the auspicious, nectarean, transcendental autumnrasa dance, all glories, all glories to You!
 
1) O Lord who enjoyed pastimes of playing musi in the forest beautiful with gentle moonlight, O Lord who, in order to see their ecstatic love for You, joked with the quickly arrived gopi girls,
 
2) O Lord who kissed the gopis, O passionate Lord, O Lord who, seeing their pride, disappeared, O Lord who stayed with virtuous Radha, O Lord who becomes controlled by the power of love,  
 
3) O Lord who became intoxicated by drinking the nectar of the gopis' words, O Lord who had the gopis form a great circle, O Lord who agitated the hearts of the young demigoddesses, O Lord whose necklace moved to and fro in Your transcendental pastime,
 
4) O Lord who delighted the gopis with water pastimes, O Lord who decorated the Yamuna's shore, O Lord full of transcendental bliss, knowledge, and opulence, O perfect Lord, O eternal Lord, O pure Lord, O dark-complexioned Lord!