Narottam Das Thakur has written this song “Ana Katha Ana Vyatha”. This song is taken from the book Prema Bhakti Candrika. In this song, Narottam Das Thakur expresses his desire to relate all his activities with Lord Krsna and thus attain transcendental bliss.
ana katha ana vyatha, nahi yeno yai tatha,
tomara carana smrti saje
avirata avirala, tuya guna kala kala,
gai yeno satera samaje
anya vrata anya dana, nahi koro vastu jsana,
anya seva anya deva puja
ha ha krsna! boli boli, bedabo ananda kori,
mane ara nahi yeno duja
jivane marane gati, radha-krsna pranapati,
donhara piriti rasa sukhe
yugala sangati yara, mora prana gale hara,
ei katha rahu mora buke
yugala carana seva, yugala carana dhyeva,
yugalei manera piriti.
yugala kisora rupa, kama rati gana bhupa,
mane rahu o-lila ki riti
dasanete trna dhari, ha ha kisora kisori,
caranabje nivedana kori
vraja raja kumara syama, vrsabhanu nandini nama,
sri radhika rama manohari
kanaka ketaki rai, syama marakata kai
darapa darapa koru cura
natavara sekharini, natinira siromani
dunhu gune dunhu mana jhura
sri mukha sundara vara, hema nila kanti dhara,
bhava bhusana koru sobha.
nila pita vasa dhara, gauri syama manohara,
antarera bhave duhu lobha
abharana manimaya, prati ange abhinaya,
kohe dina narottama dasa
nisi disi guna gai, parama ananda pai,
mane mora ei abhilasa
(1) O Lord, I do not perform the painful activity of talking about anything other than You, but instead I only talk and think about Your lotus feet. O Lord, I constantly and without deviation glorify Your transcendental attributes in the assembly of devotees.
(2) I shall not perform any vows not related to You. I shall not give in charity except as a service to You. I shall not acquire knowledge except to serve You. I shall not worship the demigods. I shall not serve anyone except You. I shall blissfully wander about repeatedly calling out: "O Krsna! O Krsna!" No one but You will stay in my mind.
(3) During the life of this body and after its death, Sri Sri Radha-Krsna will always remain my goal, and the two master's of my life's breath. I worship the Divine Couple and I swim and float in the nectarean ocean of love for Them. I pray that the description of Their forms, qualities, and pastimes may always remain within my heart.
(4) Please give me the service of the lotus feet of the Divine Couple. Please give this charity to me. My mind is filled with love for the Divine Couple, whose youthful forms are like the beautiful forms of King Kamadeva and his queen Rati.
(5) I place a straw between my teeth, and place the following appeal before the lotus feet of the Divine Couple: O Sri Sri Kisora-Kisori, O Lord Syamasundara, O prince of Vraja, O beautiful girl name Sri Radhika, O daughter of Maharaja Vrsabhanu…..
(6)….O Srimati Radharani, as beautiful as a golden ketaki flower. O Lord Syamasundara, as splendid as a blue sapphire, O Lords whose transcendental glory crushes Kamadeva's pride into fine powder, O two crest-jewels of all expert dancers, please allow my mind to remain rapt in thinking of Your transcendental qualities.
(7) "Their exquisitely beautiful faces, that carry a golden and blue lustre, are beautified by ornaments of ecstatic love. Their complexions are golden and blue and Their garments are blue and golden, showing that They carry love for Each other in Their hearts and that they are yearning for Each other."
O Lords whose limbs are decorated with many jewel ornaments, Narottama dasa approaches Your lotus feet and says: My Lords, I wish that I may attain transcendental bliss by singing the glories of Your transcendental qualities both day and night. That is my mind's desire.