mhāro praṇāma bā̃ke bihārī ko|
moramukuṭa māthai tilaka birājai
kuṇḍala alakā̃ kārī ko||1
adhara madhura dhara baḿsī bajāvai
rījha rijhāvai rādhāpyārī ko|
yā chaba dekha magana bha-i mīrā̃
mohana girivaradhārī ko||2
My obeisance to Bā̃ke Bihārī, Who has a crown of peacock-feathers, Who has a tilaka (mark) rested on the forehead, and Who has ear-hoops with tress-locks hanging over.
My obeisance to Mohana, Who puts flute at beautiful lips and plays it, and Who entices His dear Rādhā in a playful way. Having seen this this image of Mohana — Who lifted the mountain [Govardhana] — Mīrā has been captivated.
Translator: Animesh Kumar
Thanks: Sushil Sharma
© Stutimandal 2006, 11 Nov