Vrindavan Das Thakur has written this song “Jivera Bhagye Avani Aila Gaurahari”. In this song, Vrindavan Das Thakur describes the world-enchanting beauty of Lord Caitanya, seeing which Vrindavan Das Thakur has been deeply immersed in rapturous delight.
jivera bhagye avani aila gaurahari
bhuvanamohana rupa sonara putali
harinamamrta diya karila cetana
kaliyuge chila yata jiva acetana
nityananda advaita acarya gadadhara
sakala bhakata majhe saje pahu bara
khola karatala mandira ghana rola
bhavera avese gora bale hari bola
bhuja tuli nace pahu sacira nandana
ramai sundara nace sriraghunandana
srinivasa haridasa ara vakresvara
dvija haridasa nace pandita sankara
jaya jaya jaya dhvani jagate prakasa
anande magana bhela vrndavanadasa
(1) To the great fortune of the people, Gaura hari to world has come, revealing his world-enchanting beauty like an idol made of gold.
(2) With the nectar-tonic of Hari's names he has revived, the sleeping souls of the turbid kali age.
(3) The most excellent and illustrious lord, in the company of Nityananda, the preceptor Advaita and Gadadhara, shines resplendant in the midst of his devoted train.
(4) The khol and the karatalas and booming mandiras resound, and Gora, in his ecstatic trance cries, "Hari bol!" to all.
(5) With arms uplifted dances the lord, son of Saci, and so dances Ramai sundara and Raghunandana too!
(6) Srinivas and Haridas and the scholar Vakresvara, and Dvija Hari das dances and the scholar Sankara.
(7) Hail, all hail and yet again all hail; the world is filled with exultant cries of triumph, and Vrindavan Das becomes deeply immersed in rapturous delight.