Raghunatha Dasa Goswami has written this song “Chinna Svarna Vinindi Cikkana”. The official name of this song is Utkantha Dasaka. This song is taken from the book Stavavali. In this song, Raghunatha Dasa Goswami expresses his aspiration to serve Sri Radha and describes her glorious activities.
chinna-svarna-vinindi-cikkana-rucim smeram vayah-sandhito
ramyam rakta-sucina-patta-vasanam vesena vibhrajitam
udghurna-chiti-kantha-pischa-vilasadvenim mukundam manak
pasyantim nayanascalena muditam radham kadaham bhaje
yasyah kanta-tanullasat-parimalenakrsta uccaih sphurad-
gopi-vrnda-mukharavinda-madhu tat pritya dhayann apy adah
muscan vartmani bambhramiti madato govinda-bhrngah satam
vrndaranya-varenya-kalpa-latikam radham kadaham bhaje
srimat-kunda-tati-kudunga-bhavane krida-kalanam gurum
talpe masjula-malli-komala-dalaih klpte muhur madhavam
jitva maninam aksa-sangara-vidhau smitva drg-antotsavairt
yusjanam hasitum sakhih param aho radham kadaham bhaje
rase prema-rasena krsna-vidhuna sardham sakhibhir vrtam
bhavair astabhir eva sattvikatarair lasyam rasais tanvatim
dhvanaih sphita-sugita-masju-nitaram radham kadaham bhaje
uddama-smara-keli-sangara-bhare kamam vanantah-khale
krsnenankita-pina-parvata-kuca-dvandvam nakhair astrakaih
tad darpena tatha madoddhuram aho tam viddham akurvatim
dure svali-kulaih krtasisam aho radham kadaham bhaje
mitranam nikarair vrtena harina svairam girindrantike
sulkadana-misena vartmani hathad dambhena ruddhascalam
sardham smera-sakhibhir uddhura-giram bhangya ksipantim rusa
bhru-darpair vilasa-cakora-nayanam radham kadaham bhaje
sphare manasa-jahnavi-jala-bhare taryam samuthhapitam
jirna naur mama cet skhaled iti misac chaya-dvitiyam muda
pare khandita-kasculim dhrta-kucam radham kadaham bhaje
ullasair jala-keli-lolupa-manah-pure nidaghodgame
ksveli-lampata-manasabhir abhitah sayam sakhibhir vrtam
govindam sarasi priye 'tra salila-krida-vidagdham kanaih
siscantim jalayantrakena payasam radham kadaham bhaje
vasanti-kusumotkarena paritah saurabhya-vistarina
svenalankrti-sascayena bahudhavirbhavitena sphutam
sotkampam pulakodgamair mura-bhida drag bhusitangim kramair
modenasru-bharaih plutam pulakitam radham kadaham bhaje
pranebhyo 'py adhika-priya muraripor ya hanta yasya api
sviya-prana-parardhato 'py dayitas tat-pada-renoh kanah
dhanyam tam jagati-traye parilasaê-janghala-kirtim hareh
prestha-varga-siro 'gra-bhusana-manim radham kadaham bhaje
utkantha-dasaka-stavena nitaram navyena divyaih svarair
vrndaranya-mahendra-patta-mahisim yah stauti-samyak sudhih
tasmai prana-sama gunnurasanat sasjata-harsotsavaih
krsno 'nargham abhistha-ratnam acirad etat sphutam yacchati
(1) When will I serve Sri Radha, whose complexion eclipses the splendor of gold, who is a smiling, beautiful young girl, who is gloriously dressed in red silk garments, whose splendid, moving braids are decorated with peacock feathers, and who happily catches a glimpse of Lord Mukunda from the corner of Her eye?
(2) Attracted by the splendid fragrance of Radha's beautiful transcendental form, the bumblebee Govinda at once gave up happily drinking the honey of the gopis' lotus lips and madly flew to Sri Radha, the beautiful kalpa vine of Vrndanvana forest. When will I serve Sri Radha?
(3) In a forest cottage by the shore of a beautiful lake, reclining on a coach of charming, delicate jasmine petals, and again and again defeating proud Madhava in the dice game,Radha smiles, and with a festival of many sidelong glances causes her friends to laugh. When will I serve Sri Radha?
(4) When will I serve Sri Radha who, surrounded by Her friends, filled with the nectar of love, and manifesting the eight sattvika ecstasies, sweetly sings to the accompaniment of vinas, flutes, mrdangas, and the tinkling of anklets and other ornaments, and gracefully dances in the rasa-lila with the moon that is Lord Krsna.
(5) When will I serve Sri Radha, who in the middle of the forest enjoyed pastimes of ferocious amorous battle with passionate Krsna, striking Him as He scratched the great mountains of her breasts and Her friends offered prayers and blessings from far away?
(6) When will I serve Sri Radha, who replied with glittering cakora eyes, arrogant eyebrows, and an angry flood of crooked words when Krsna and His friends, pretending to demand payment of a toll, forcibly stopped Her and Her friends on the path near Govardhana Hill?
(7) When will I serve Sri Radha? Traveling across the Manasa-ganga on a boat with Lord Krsna whose heart yearned to enjoy pastimes on the other shore, She cheerfully ripped open Her bodice when Krsna tricked Her by saying, "This old boat of Mine is about to sink."
(8) When will I serve Sri Radha? In Her favorite lake on a warm summer evening that made Her yearn to enjoy water-pastimes, She and Her playful friends jubilantly sprinkle the expert water-sportsman Lord Govinda with water from Their jala-yantras.
(9) When will I serve Sri Radha? She is drowned with tears of joy and Her bodily hairs stand erect, as with many fragrant spring flowers Lord Krsna, trembling and the hairs of His body erect in excitement, decorates Her limbs one by one.
(10) When will I serve Sri Radha, who is dearer to Lord Krsna than His own life, who considers the dust of Lord Krsna's feet millions of times more dear than Her own life, who is supremely fortunate, whose fame shines in the three worlds, and who is the jewel crown of Lord Krsna's gopi beloveds?
(11) An intelligent person who glorifies the great queen of Vrndavana by reciting this prayer of ten longings (Utkantha-dasaka, with a sweet voice causes Lord Krsna to taste the transcendental qualities of Sri Radha, who is as dear to Him as His own life. Filled with festive happiness, Lord Krsna gives that reciter a supremely priceless jewel.