Jiva Goswami has written this song “Aho Pasyatha Citram Gokula Raji”. This song is taken from the book Gopala Campu – Volume 2 Chapter 35 Verse 116. In this song, Jiva Goswami has described the arrangements made in Gokula for the wedding ceremony of Sri Krishna.
aho paśyatha citraḿ gokula-rāji-mahimānam
ya iha suta-karmeṇa pariṇayana-śarmaṇe ‘cinuta kamalā-gaṇam amānam
yad anu kila rādhikāḿ nikhila-sukha-sādhikām acita sakala-samudaya-sāram
adhiyad api bhavatyā muhur api ca navyatāḿ vahati vahala-phalam apāram
ucitam api tādṛśaḿ sa hi tanayam īdṛśaḿ labdham aracayad amala-rūpam
apara-hṛtam apy alaḿ praṇaya-kṛta-sad-balaḿ sa-balam ahṛta nija-kula-bhūpam
tri-jagad ati-cārakaḿ hṛdayam ati-bhārakaḿ dhartum abhito ‘pi na śakyate
tad iha paramaḿ sukhaḿ vivaha-vādyam unmukhaḿ hṛdi vasatīti ca vitarkyate
Refrain: Look at the wonderful glories of Gokula! Numberless goddesses of fortune have come to the auspicious ceremony of Lord Krsna’s wedding!
1) See how Radha is the happiest and the most beautiful of all. See how She stands in peerless, eternal youth.
2) King Nanda has arranged that his son be gloriously dressed and decorated for the occasion. Filled with love, Balarama and all the royal relatives have come from Dvaraka.
3) Even the three worlds cannot hold all the joy in King Nanda’s heart. I think his heart must be filled with joy as he yearns to hear the marriage vows.