Rupa Goswami has written this song “Adurvidha Vidagdhataspada”. The official name of this song is Sri Vraja Navina Yuva Dvandvastastakam. This song is taken from the book Stavamala. In this song, Rupa Goswami glorifies The Youthful Divine Couple of Vraja – Srimati Radha and Lord Krsna.
nibhanga-mahasor bhaje vraja-navina-yunor yugam
vilimpad iva varnakavali-sahodarair dik-tatir
mukha-dyuti-bharair bhaje vraja-navina-yunor yugam
madoddhuram ivebhayor mithunam ullasad vallari-
grhotsava-ratam bhaje vraja-navina-yunor yugam
hradasya parivahitam anusaradbhir asraih plutam
vrajat tad anisam bhaje vraja-navina-yunor yugam
ananga-rana-vibhrame kim api bibhrad-acaryakam
jagaty-atula-dharmabhir madhura-narmabhis tanvator
mitho vijayitam bhaje vraja-navina-yunor yugam
saha pranayibhir janair viharamanayor kanane
paraspara-mano-mrgam sravana-caruna carcari-
cayena rajayad bhaje vraja-navina-yunor yugam
sugandhini viharayor jala-vihara-visphurjitaih
tape sarasi vallabhe salila-vadya-vidya-vidhau
vidagdha-bhujayor bhaje vraja-navina-yunor yugam
glahasya haranam hathat prakatayadbhir uccair gira
tad-aksa-kali-daksayoh kalita-paksayoh saksibhih
kulaih sva-suhrdam bhaje vraja-navina-yunor yugam
idam valita-tustayah paripathanti padyastakam
dvayor guna-vikasi ye vraja-navina-yunor janah
muhur nava-navodayam pranaya-madhurim etayor
avapya nivasanti te pada-saroja-yugmantike
(1) I worship Radha and Krsna, the youthful couple of Vraja, who are full of all beauty, charm, and cleverness. Radha’s splendid garments eclipse the deep blue color of a peacock’s throat, and Krsna’s eclipse gold. Radha’s splendid bodily complexion resembles the color of a golden daffodil, while Krsna’s resembles a charming monsoon cloud.
(2) I worship Radha and Krsna, the youthful couple of Vraja. The abundance of Their faces’ splendor acts like a great mass of pigments, perfuming everything in all directions. Thus it fully eclipses the loveliness of the full moon and mocks the pride of a fresh lotus.
(3) I worship Radha and Krsna, the youthful couple of Vraja, who shook off a great abundance of red sindura powder in Their playful quarrel, who are like two proud, splendid elephants playfully marked by Kamadeva’s great goad, and who are intent on enjoying a festival of transcendental amorous pastimes in the cottage of vines.
(4) I worship Radha and Krsna, the youthful couple of Vraja, who are flooded with tears of joy flowing from Their hearts’ lakes, which are filled by the swiftly flowing mountain streams of Their intense love for each other, and who, the hairs of Their bodies standing up with bliss, have become as splendid as blossoming kadamba flowers.
(5) I worship Radha and Krsna, the youthful couple of Vraja, who, both inexpressibly great teachers in the pastimes of amorous battle, first wound each other with the arrows of the splendor of Their restless sidelong glances, and finally defeat each other with sweet joking words that have no equal in the entire world.
(6) I worship Radha and Krsna, the youthful couple of Vraja, who enjoy transcendental pastimes in the forest with Their affectionate friends, who are all expert at very wonderful playfulness. Radha and Krsna delight the deer and doe of each other’s hearts with rhythmic clapping very pleasing to the ear.
(7) I worship the youthful couple of Vraja, who, Their arms expert at graceful rhythmic splashing, during the hot summer boisterously enjoy water pastimes in Their favorite lake. That lake is fragrant with many freshly blossomed lotuses that are great palaces filled with sweet flower-nectar.
(8) I worship the youthful couple of Vraja, who skillfully quarrel in the dice-game while Their expert friends, taking sides, witness the game, loudly proclaim victory for their respective sides, and forcibly take the wagered prizes.
(9) Those who take pleasure in reading these eight verses, which blossom with the transcendental qualities of Radha and Krsna, the youthful couple of Vraja, will attain the ever-fresh sweetness of pure transcendental love and reside near the Divine Couple’s lotus feet.