Rupa Goswami has written this song “Disi Disi Racayantim”. The official name of this song is Volume 2; Sri Radhikastakam. This song is taken from the book Stavamala. In this song, Rupa Goswami sings the glories of Sri Radha. He prays to Sri Krsna to be satisfied with whoever who nicely recites these 8 verses.
disi disi racayantim sascaran-netra-laksmi-vilasita-
khuralibhih khasjaritasya khelam
akhila-guna-gabhiram radhikam arcayami
pitur iha vrsabhanor anvavaya-prasastim
jagati kila samaste susthu vistarayantim
vraja-nrpati-kumaram khelayantim sakhibhih
surabhini nija-kunde radhikam arcayami
kalita-ruci-tarangam radhikam arcayami
amala-kapolam radhikam arcayami
dhrta-madhura-vinodam radhikam arcayami
atula-mahasi vrndaranya-rajye ’bhisiktam
jagad-agha-hara-kirtim radhikam arcayami
am api kalayantim prana-koter abhistam
ati-guru-kirtim radhikam arcayami
madhurima-laharibhih samparitam kisorim
sphurad-aruna-dukulam radhikam arcayami
tad-amala-madhurimnam kamam adhara-rupam
paripathati varistham susthu radhastakam yah
sphutam akhilam abhistam tasya tustas tanoti
(1) "I worship Sri Radhika, Whose beautiful eyes flicker in all directions like restless playful wagtail birds, Who is the Malli-flower for the honeybee-heart of the son of the cowherd king (Krsna) and Who is deep with all attributes."
(2) "I worship Sri Radhika, Who spreads the fame of Her father Vrsabhanu Maharaja's well thoughout the world and Who plays with Her girlfriends and the prince of Vraja in Her own beautiful (or fragrant) pond."
(3) "I worship Sri Radhika, Whose smiling submissive face is initiated in a vow to subdue the glories of the full autumnal moon (the lord of the lilies), Whose erotic pastimes are expanded by Krsna's naughty side-long glances, and Who wears waves of elegance on Her body."
(4) "I worship Sri Radhika, whose braided hair, which is filled with various kinds of blooming flowers, resembles the spread out tail of a peacock that is dizzy of amorous feelings, and whose spotless cheeks are coloured red with the pan that emanated from Madhuripu's (Krsna's) mouth.”
(5) "I worship Sri Radhika, Whose heart is sprinkled by pure intimate affection for Lalita, Whose all-round mood of friendship for Visakha is well known, Who is a box filled with priceless jewels of love for Krsna and Who is sweetly playful."
(6) "I worship Sri Radhika, Who was crowned (with a ceremonial bathing) as the Queen of incomparably glorious Vrndavana, Who is the presiding goddess of the Kartika month, which is the best time of the year, Who is the chief of all the innumerable dear gopis of Mukunda, and whose fame destroys all the sins of the world."
(7) "I worship Sri Radhika, Who looks upon even the backs of the extreme borders of Hari's toe-nails as being dearer to Her than millions of hearts, who is the guru who initiates all the joyful, restless-eyed girls in the art of cleverness and whose glories are great."
(8) "I worship Sri Radhika, Whose luster is of pure gold, like vermillion crushed on a golden slab, Whose adolescent beauty is surrounded by waves of sweetness, Who gets goosepimples of ecstasy when She is embraced by Hari's arms, and Who wears a bright crimson dress."
(9) "The moon of auspiciousness on the bank of the daughter of the sun (Yamuna), Sri Krsnacandra, will be satisfied with whoever nicely recites this best of prayers, Radhastakam, that is a spotless reservoir of erotic sweetness, and He will fulfill all the reciter's desires."