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 Nanda – Sri Krsna, who performs transcendental pastimes in Vraja.
jaya jaya bhanu-suta-tata-ranga-maha-nata sundara nanda-kumara
sarad-angikrta-divya-rasavrta mangala-rasa-vihara dhruva
gopi-cumbita raga-karambita mana-vilokana-lina
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!