Govinda Das Kaviraj has written this song “Sundara Syamara Anga”. This song is taken from the book Padavali. In this song, Govinda Das Kaviraj glorifies Lord Krishna, who charms the hearts of the entire world and delights the gopis of Vraja.
sundara syamara ańga
rańga patambara hara manohara
gothe prabesa karayala go-gana
sakha-gana nija nija mandire gela
batsaka bandhi chandhi dhenu-gana
ghana ghana go-dhana kela
naba naba pallaba guccha-sumandita
cude sikhandaka bedhala dama
makara-krti mani kundala dolani
hera-i camake padaye kata kama
bana-phula-mala birajita ura-para
kińkini rana-rani nupura paya
gobinda-dasa pahu jaga-mana-mohana
braja-ramani-gana harasita taya
(Refrain) Dark-limbed Krsna is handsome and charming. His garments and necklace are glorious. His limbs covered with dust raised by the cows' hooves, He charms every heart.
(1) He leads the cows back to Vraja Village. His friends return to their own homes. He ties the calves. Tying the cows, again and again He draws milk from them.
(2) He is decorated with new new leaves. On His head is a peacock feather and a ring of flowers. His shark-shaped jewel earrings swing to and fro. Gazing at Him, how many Kamadevasare overcome with wonder?
(3) His chest is glorious with a forest-flower garland. His anklets and belt jangle. Govinda dasa's master charms the hearts of the entire world. He delights Vraja's teenage girls.