Narottam Das Thakur has written this song “Thakura Vaisnava Pada”. This song is taken from the book Prarthana (Section: Vaisnava Mahima Song 1). In this song, Narottam Das Thakur glorifies the Vaishnavas, who continuously take shelter of Lord Krsna and worship him.
thakura baisnaba-pada abanira su-sampada
suna bhai hana eka mana
asraya laiya bhaje ta're krsna nahi tyaje
ara saba mare akarana
baisnaba-carana-jala prema-bhaktidite bala
ara keha nahe balabanta
baisnaba-carana-renu mastake bhusana binu
ara nahi bhusanera anta
tirtha-jala pabitra-guna likhiyache purane
se saba bhaktira prabancana
baisnabera padodaka sama nahe ei saba
jate haya banchita purana
baisnaba-sangete mana anandita anuksana
sada haya krsna-para-sanga
dina narottama kande hiya dhairya nahi bandhe
mora dasa kena haila bhangarnaments; anta–another.
1) O brother, please hear my words with rapt attantion. The lotus feet of the Vaisnavas the most valuable treasure of this world. These vaisnavas continuously take shelter of Lord Krsna and worship Him, They never abandon their Lord. They are liberated. They are free from the cycle of birth and death.
2) The water which has washed the lotus feet of the Vaisnavas bestows devotional service in pure love of God, and there is nothing as effective for attaining this divine love. I place the dust from the lotus feet of the Vaisnavas upon my head. I wear no other ornament.
3) The purifying power of the waters at the various holy places of pilgrimage is described in the Puranas, although this issomething of a deceptive trick. Actually there is not anything as purifying as the water which has washed the lotus feet of the Vaisnavas. This water fulfills all desires.
4) Moment after moment my mind finds constant pleasure in the association of the Vaisnavas. I always seek out the company of those who are devoted to Lord Krsna. Poor-hearted Narottama dasa breaks down and cries. How has this fallen condition come upon me?