Jaya Sridama Subala Stoka Krsnaika Bandhava

Jaya Sridama Subala Stoka Krsnaika Bandhava, Lord Krishna

Sanatana Goswami has written this song “Jaya Sridama Subala Stoka Krsnaika Bandhava”. The official name of this song is Obeisance 43 Verse 177 to 179. This song is taken from the book Krsna Lila Stava. In this song, Sanatana Goswami describes the killing of Dhenukasura and his associates at the Talavana forest by Lord Krishna and Lord Balrama.
 
(1)
jaya sridama-subala-stokakrsnaika-bandhava
vrsala-vrsabhojasvi-devaprastha-vayasya he
 
(2)
varuthaparjuna-sakha bhadrasenamsu-vallabha
tali-vana-krta-krida bala-patita-dhenuka
 
(3)
uttala-tala-raji-bhid rasabhasura-nasana
gopa-vrnda-stavanandin punya-sravana-kirtana
 
 
(1) O Krsna, O friend of Sridama, Subala, Stokakrsna, Vrsala, Vrsabha; Ojasvi, and Devaprastha, all glories to You.
 
(2) O Krsna, O dear friend of Bhadrasena and Varuthapa, You performed pastimes in the Talavana forest, and Your brother Lord Balarama killed the demon Dhenuka.
 
(3) O Krsna, you killed the ass-demons who were associates of Dhenukasura, and You broke the tall Tala trees. When You heard the prayers of the cowherd boys, You became jubilant. Hearing and chanting Your glories purifies the devotees.