Govinda Das Kaviraj has written this song “Kaliya Damana Dina Naha”. This song is taken from the book Padavali. In this song, Govinda Das Kaviraj depicts the state of Lord Krishna who is overcome by the fever of separation from the charming Sri Radha.
kalindi-kula kadamba chaha
kata kata braja naba bala
pekhalu janu thira bijarika mala
tohe kaho subala sangati
tabadhari hama na jani diba rati
tahi dhani mani du-i cari
tahi mano-mohini eka nari
so rahu majhu mane pathi
manasija dhume ghuma nahi dithi
anukhana tahita samadhi
ko jane kaichana biraha-biyadhi
dine dine ksina bhela deha
gobinda-dasa kaha aiche naba-leha
(Refrain) Krsna, who is the Lord of the poor and meek and the hero that vanquished Kaliya, stays in a kadamba tree's shade on the Yamuna's banks.
(1) (Lord Krsna says:) How many girls of Vraja have I seen? Still, this one girl is splendid like a garland of unmoving lightning flashes,
(2) O friend Subala, I tell you: from that moment I no longer know whether it is day or night.
(3) In that place were two or four beautiful girls splendid like glistening jewels. But only one of those girls cast a spell on My heart.
(4) I keep that girl in my heart. My heart is filled with the smoke of Kamadeva's flames. Lost in the smoke, I cannot see the directions.
(5) Moment after moment I am rapt in thinking of this girl. I know nothing but Her. I am overcome by the fever of separation from Her.
(6) Day after day my body becomes more thin and emaciated. Govinda dasa says: These are the signs of new love.