Govinda Das Kaviraj has written this song “Sajani Ko Kahe Kama Ananga”. This song is taken from the book Padavali. In this song, Govinda Das Kaviraj has described how all the gopis are enchanted by the charming Lord Krishna.
sajani ko kahe kama ananga
keli kadamba tale so rati-nayaka
cudaka cuda mayura-sikhandaka
saurabha unamata bhramari bheramara kata
caudike karata jhankare
katahu bisama sara nayana tuna bhara
sancaru bhana kamane
nagari nari marama maha hana-i
lekha-i na para-i ane
sruti-mule cancala manimaya kundala
gobinda-dasa ataye anumanala
(Refrain) O gopi-friend, was that person I saw Kamadeva Himself? A hero of playful pastimes, He gracefully danced under a kadamba tree.
(1) He wore a peacock-feather crown. His jasmine garland was surrounded by black bees. Intoxicated by the scent of His garland, how many humming bees filled the four directions?
(2) Moving the archer's bows of His eyebrows and emptying the two quivers of His eyes, how many flower-arrows did He fire? Many playful girls' hearts were wounded. Those girls could not gaze on anyone but Him.
(3) Shark-shaped jewel earrings swung from His ears. Govinda dasa says: I think that person must have been more enchanting than Kamadeva himself.