Govinda Das Kaviraj has written this song “Sajani Kanu Se Baraja Bhujanga”. This song is taken from the book Padavali. In this song, Govinda Das Kaviraj praises Lord Krishna, who attracts all the gopis.
sajani kanu se baraja-bhujańga
so majhu hrdaya candana-ruhe lagala
kajara bharama timira janu tanu-ruci
bamsi nisase madhura bisa ugara-i
gati ati kutila su-dhira
locana-kone padata yaba nagari
raha-i na para-i thira
kuncita aruna adhare dhari piba-i
eka aparupa nayane bisa takara
medhaye dasanaka damse
bisa ausadha bisa abadharala
(Refrain) O gopi-friend, Krsna is a snake slithering about the land of Vraja. The Krsna-snake coils itself around the sandal-tree of my heart and makes the bird of dharma fly away.
(1) He stays in a forest-cottage. The splendor of His body is the like darkness of black kajjala. From the sound of His flute a sweet poison arises. His clever ways are very crooked.
(2) When Krsna glances at her from the corner of His eye, no graceful girl has the power to remain steady and peaceful. With His reddish pursed lips, Krsna sips away the saintlygopis' pious vows, vows carried to Him by the fluttering breeze.
(3) Krsna's wonderful poison-glance bites the gopis. The nectar poison of that glance now flows within them. In this way Govinda dasa praises Lord Krsna.