Mā Muñcha-Pañcha-Daśakam

Srila Bhakti Raksak Sridhar Dev-Goswami MaharajMā Muñcha-Pañcha-Daśakam

Composed by
Śrīla Bhakti Rakṣak Śrīdhar Dev-Goswāmī Mahārāj

Originally Published in Śrī Gauḍīya-darśan
Volume 12, Issue 6, Thursday 12th January, 1967

mā muñcha muñcha māṁ kṛṣṇa! dāsaṁ dīna-dayārṇava!
patitaṁ ghora-saṁsāre hy avaśaṁ prakṛter vaśat [1]

mā–do not; muñcha–abandon; muñcha–deliver; māṁ–me; kṛṣṇa!–oh Kṛṣṇa!; dāsaṁ–servant; dīna–destitute; dayā–(of) mercy; arṇava–ocean; patitaṁ–fallen; ghora–terrible; saṁsāre–in the material world, within conditioned life, within mundane family life; hi–certainly; avaśaṁ–helplessly, unwillingly; prakṛteḥ–by material nature; vaśat–under control.

Don’t abandon me. Deliver this servant. Oh Kṛṣṇa! Oh ocean of mercy for the destitute! Helplessly subjugated by material nature, I am fallen within this terrible world.

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Srimad Rupa-pada-rajah Prarthana Dasakam

Aspiring for the Dust of Srimad Rupa Goswami’s Lotus Feet

Composed by Srila Bhakti Raksak Sridhar Dev-Goswami Maharaj

Srimad Rupa-pada-rajah Prarthana Dasakam

srimach-chaitanyapadau chara-kamalayugau netra-bhrngau madhu dyau
gaude tau payayantau vraja-vipina-gatau vyajayuktau samutkau
bhatau sabhratrkasya svajana-gana-pater yasya saubhagya-bhumnah
sa sri-rupah kada mam nija-pada-rajasa bhusitam samvidhatte [1]

Srila Rupa Goswami is the mine of the most precious treasure, the leader of the associates of Lord Chaitanya (the Divine Succession being known as the Rupanuga Sampradaya, ‘the followers of Sri Rupa’). In the company of his brothers, he was resplendent in (the province of) Gauda, causing the fervent twin bumblebees in the form of the lotus eyes of Sri Chaitanyadev to drink nectar, as the Lord’s lotus feet moved on the pretext of visiting Vrindavan. When will that Srimad Rupa Prabhu grace me with the dust of his holy feet?

pita-sri-gaura-padambuja-madhu-madironmatta-hrd-bhrnga-rajo
rajyaisvaryam jahau yo jana-nivaha-hitadatta-chitto nijagryam
vijnapya svanujena vraja-gamana-ratam chanvagat gaurachandram
sa sri-rupah kada mam nija-pada-rajasa bhusitam samvidhatte [2]

At Sri Ramakeli Dham, the king of bees—the heart of Sri Rupa—became intoxicated drinking the honey-wine of the lotus feet of Sri Gaurachandra, and sacrificed its life (in Hari-kirtana) for the benefit of all the people of the world, summarily abandoning a life of kingly opulence. After informing his elder brother Sri Sanatana, Sri Rupa and his younger brother Sri Vallabha followed the footsteps of Sri Caitanyadev, whose heart was absorbed in going (from Nilachala) to Sri Vrindavan. When will that Sri Rupa Prabhu grace me with the dust of his holy lotus feet?

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LYRICS

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adharaḿ madhuraḿ vadanaḿ madhuraḿ
nayanaḿ madhuraḿ hasitaḿ madhuraḿ
hṛdayaḿ madhuraḿ gamanaḿ madhuraḿ
madhurādhi-pater akhilaḿ madhuraḿ

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