Govinda Das Kaviraj has written this song “Sundari Sambaru Kutila Kanthaka”. This song is taken from the book Padavali. In this song, Govinda Das Kaviraj describes how Lord Krishna is greatly attratced by Srimati Radharani.
sundari! sambaru kutila katakha –
kalasi ko mina, badasi ab darasi?
e ati kathina vipaka!
mana matha makara darahi dara katara
majhu manasa jhasa kampa
tuya hiya hara tatini tate kuca ghate,
uchali padolo dei jhampa
puna dei jhamp, podolo yab akula,
nabhi sarovara maha
tahi romavali – bhujagi sanga bhaye,
trivali veni avagaho
tahi phirato – koto kotohi manoratha,
daivako gati nahi jana
kinkini jale podolo yab samsaya,
govinda dasa rasa gana
(Refrain) O beautiful girl! Restrain Your crooked glances! It is like a bait to catch the fish (of My mind) in the net! This is really a terrible situation!
(1) Just as a fish in a river may be so terrified of a Makara (sea-monster) that it jumps out of the river into a shore coast, similarly the fish of My mind is so terrified of Cupid (who rides on a Makara-vehicle) that it shivers and leaves the river of Your necklace to jump into Your heart.
(2) Again he jumps, in great agitation, elsewhere – in the lake of Your navel. But there he is afraid of the company of the snake-like hairs that dwell there, so he flees again into the lake ofYour three-lined belly, that resembles the Triveni (the confluence of the Yamuna, Ganga and Sarasvati).
(3) "Here he wanders around agitated by so many desires. Alas! Here the fisherman Cupid has extended his net to catch him, in the form of Her waist bells. Govinda dasa doubts whether he can be saved!