Govinda Das Kaviraj has written this song “Jaya Sacinandana Tribhuvana Vandana”. This song is taken from the book Padavali. In this song, Govinda Das Kaviraj glorifies the mesmeric form of Lord Gaura – Saci’s son which defeats the golden mountain and the golden campaka flowers.
jaya saci-nandana tribhubana-bandana
campaka sona kusuma kanakacala
jitala gaura-tanu-labani re
unnata gima sima nahi anubhaba
jaga-mana-mohana bhańani re
bipula pulaka kulaakula kalebara
gara gara antare prema-bhare
lahu lahu hasani gada gada bhasani
kata mandakini nayane jhare
nija-rase nacata nayana dhulayata
gayata kata kata bhakatahim meli
yo rase bhasi abasa mahi-mandala
gobinda-dasa tahim parasa na bheli
(Refrain) Glory to Saci's son! The three worlds bow before Him. He breaks into shards everyone's fear of the black snake that is Kali-yuga.
(1) Lord Gaura's handsome form defeats the golden mountain and the golden campaka flowers. His neck is long. His glory has no end. He charms the world's hearts.
(2) The hairs of His body stand erect. His heart is overcome with the ecstasy of spiritual love. He gently, gently smiles. He speaks broken words in a choked voice. How many celestial Gangas flow from His eyes?
(3) Tasting the nectar of ecstatic spiritual love, He dances. His eyes move restlessly. How many devotees gather around Him and sing? He makes the circle of the earth float in the nectar of ecstatic spiritual love. Govinda dasa alone was not touched by that flood of nectar.