Govinda Das Kaviraj has written this song “Sajala Jalada Anga Manohara”. This song is taken from the book Padavali. In this song, Govinda Das Kaviraj has given a vivid description of the charming form of the playful boy, i.e. Lord Krishna whom he saw under a keli-kadamba tree.
sajala jalada anga manohara
chataye cahila nahe
isata hasiya manera akuti
aruna nayane kahe
aju ki pekhalu binoda nagara
rupa nirakhite ankhira laja
baula-mala diya kuntala taniya
rangini locana khanjana bandhite
patila bisama phande
makara-kundala sange dolaye
bhale se madana tahe bimbita
(1) His charming limbs dark like monsoon clouds were so effulgent I could not even look upon them. His gently smiling reddish eyes spoke of the desires hidden in His heart.
(2) Who is it I saw today? He was a playful boy under a keli-kadamba tree. My eyes were shy to gaze on His handsome form. I floated in an ocean of bliss.
(3) He wore a garland of bakula flowers. A peacock feather decorated His hair. His reddish eyes were like restless kanjana birds. I fell into the terrible trap He had carefully set.
(4) Shark-shaped earrings swung to and fro on His glistening-mirror cheeks. Kamadeva was reflected on His forehead. Govinda dasa thinks of Him in this way.