Jiva Goswami has written this song “Vraja Madhura Madhuri Hrasita”. This song is taken from the book Gopala Campu – Volume 2 Chapter 16 Verse 117. In this song, Jiva Goswami has described the wonderful pastime of The Kidnapping of Princess Rukmini by Lord Krishna.
manasi nrpa-vaibhavam dadhatam ati-vamanam
agamad atha kascana dvijanir asurahitam
sa tad-ucita-caturim amrtam iva nirvisan
tam anu nijam ayayau nagaram ita-sammadah
avadad api tam harer abhigamana-sampadah
atha sa-sukha-bhismaja muhur anamad atra-sa
dvijam amukam icchati nija-bhavikam atra sa
iha mahasi sailaja-paricarana-dambhika
bhavitum atha bhismaja hari-carana-lambhika
ripu-nicayam acinon malina-mukha-socisa
yudham adhita rukmavan asura-paribhavake
vyadhita khalu rukminam krta-vapana-mundanam
na param ajitas tathakrta-vikrta-tundakam
murajid atha nirjayan sa-nrpa-caya-bhismajam
agamad atha tan nijam nagaram ita-bhismajam
1) One day a brahmana approached Lord Krsna, whose sweet pastimes in Vraja had ended, who was the demons' enemy, and who, in His heart thinking of Himself as a king, had no desire for marriage.
2) The brahmana recited a message from Princess Rukmini, and Lord Krsna replied with eloquent words sweet like nectar. The happy brahmana returned to his own city and spoke to Rukmini the good news of Lord Krsna's arrival there.
3) Bowing again and again before the brahmana, joyful Rukmini desired that he become happy and prosperous. Yearning to attain Lord Krsna's feet, Rukmini worshiped Goddess Parvati.
4) Riding on a chariot, Lord Krsna gloriously kidnaped Rukmini as His enemies complained with unhappy faces. Lord Krsna made Jarasandha and His other enemies turn from the battle, and only Rukmi was willing to fight with Krsna, the crusher of the demons.
5) Lord Krsna defeated Rukmi, shaved his head, and made him very odd-looking. Defeated by Krsna, Rukmi and the kings returned to their own cities.