Sri Radha-Sahasra-Nama - 1000 Names of Sri Radha
Sri Radha-Sahasra-Nama - 1000 Names of Sri Radha

Sri Radha-Sahasra-Nama - 1000 Names of Sri Radha

Śrī Rādhā Sahasra-nāma

Sri Radha-Sahasra-Nama - 1000 Names of Sri Radha

The Thousand Names of Śrī Rādhā

[From the Nārada-pañcarātra, translated by Bhaktivinoda Ṭhākura,
translated into English by Kuśakratha Prabhu]

Śrī Rādhā Sahasra-nāma was originally spoken by Lord Śiva
to Pārvati devi, recorded in the 5th Chapter of Śrī Nārada-pañcarātra.

Texts 1 and 2

श्री-पार्वत्य् उवाच
śrī-pārvaty uvāca

deva-deva jagannātha
bhaktānugraha-kāraka
yady asti mayi kāruṇyaṁ
mayi yady asti te dayā

yad yat tvayā pragaditaṁ
tat sarvaṁ me śrutaṁ prabho
guhyād guhyataraṁ yat tu
yat te manasi kāśite
देव-देव जगन्नाथ
भक्तानुग्रह-कारक
यद्य् अस्ति मयि कारुण्यं
मयि यद्य् अस्ति ते दया
 
यद् यत् त्वया प्रगदितं
तत् सर्वं मे श्रुतं प्रभो
गुह्याद् गुह्यतरं यत् तु
यत् ते मनसि काशिते

Śrī Pārvatī said: O lord of lords, O master of the universe, O master kind to your devotees, if you are kind to me, if you have mercy for me, then, O lord, please tell me all you have heard, the most secret of secrets in your effulgent heart.

Texts 3 and 4

tvayā na gaditaṁ yat tu
yasmai kasmai kadacana
tan māṁ kathaya deveśa
sahasraṁ nāma cottamam

śrī-rādhāyā maha-devyā
gopyā bhakti-prasādhanam
brahmāṇḍa-kartrī hartrī sā
kathaṁ gopītvam āgatā

त्वया न गदितं यत् तु
यस्मै कस्मै कदचन
तन् मां कथय देवेश
सहस्रं नाम चोत्तमम्
 
श्री-राधाया मह-देव्या
गोप्या भक्ति-प्रसाधनम्
ब्रह्माण्ड-कर्त्री हर्त्री सा
कथं गोपीत्वम् आगता

O lord of lords, the transcendental thousand names of Goddess Śrī Rādhā-gopī, which inspire pure devotional service, and which you have never told anyone, please tell to me. Why is the Goddess, who creates and destroys the universes, a gopī?

Text 5

श्री-महादेव उवाच
śrī-mahādeva uvāca

śṛṇu devi vicitrārthāṁ
kathāṁ pāpa-harāṁ śubhām
nāsti janmāṇi karmāṇi
tasyā nūnaṁ maheśvari
शृणु देवि विचित्रार्थां
कथां पाप-हरां शुभाम्
नास्ति जन्माणि कर्माणि
तस्या नूनं महेश्वरि

Lord Śiva said: O goddess, O queen, please hear this auspicious and very wonderful truth, which destroys sins: For Her their are neither births nor material activities.

Text 6

yadā hariś caritrāṇi
kurute kārya-gocarāt
tadā vidhātṛ-rūpāṇi
hari-sānnidhya-sādhinī
यदा हरिश् चरित्राणि
कुरुते कार्य-गोचरात्
तदा विधातृ-रूपाणि
हरि-सान्निध्य-साधिनी

When Lord Hari, out of a sense of duty, performs activities (in the material world), she, desiring to be near Him, assumes many different forms.

Text 7

tasyā gopītva-bhāvasya
kāraṇaṁ gaditaṁ purā
idānīṁ śṛṇu deveśi
nāmnāṁ caiva sahasrakam
तस्या गोपीत्व-भावस्य
कारणं गदितं पुरा
इदानीं शृणु देवेशि
नाम्नां चैव सहस्रकम्

I have already explained why She is a gopī. O goddess, now please hear Her thousand names.

Text 8

yan mayā kathitaṁ naiva
tantreṣv api kadāpi na
tava snehāt pravakṣyāmi
bhaktyā dhāryaṁ mumukṣubhiḥ
यन् मया कथितं नैव
तन्त्रेष्व् अपि कदापि न
तव स्नेहात् प्रवक्ष्यामि
भक्त्या धार्यं मुमुक्षुभिः

What I have never spoken in the Tantras and what they who yearn for liberation cherish, out of love for you, I will now speak.

Text 9

mama prāṇa-samā vidyā
bhavyate me tv ahar-niśam
śṛṇuṣva girije nityaṁ
paṭhasva ca yathā-mati
मम प्राण-समा विद्या
भव्यते मे त्व् अहर्-निशम्
शृणुष्व गिरिजे नित्यं
पठस्व च यथा-मति

Day and night this knowledge is as dear to me as life. O daughter of the mountain king, please hear and regularly chant (these thousand names) as far as you are able.

Text 10

yasyāḥ prasādāt kṛṣṇas tu
golokeśaḥ paraḥ prabhuḥ
asyā nāma-sahasrasya
ṛṣir nārada eva ca
यस्याः प्रसादात् कृष्णस् तु
गोलोकेशः परः प्रभुः
अस्या नाम-सहस्रस्य
ऋषिर् नारद एव च

By Her kindness Kṛṣṇa, the master of Goloka, is the Supreme Master. Nārada is the sage of Her thousand holy names.

Text 11

devī rādhā parā proktā
catur-varga-prasādhinī

oṁ śrī-rādhā rādhikā kṛṣṇa-
vallabhā kṛṣṇa-samyutā

देवी राधा परा प्रोक्ता
चतुर्-वर्ग-प्रसाधिनी

ॐ श्री-राधा राधिका कृष्ण-
वल्लभा कृष्ण-सम्युता

Rādhā, who grants the four goals of life, is said to be the Supreme Goddess.
(Her thousand names follow.)

Om. She is Lord Kṛṣṇa's greatest worshiper (śrī-rādhā and rādhikā), Lord Kṛṣṇa's beloved (kṛṣṇa-vallabhā), and Lord Kṛṣṇa's constant companion (kṛṣṇa-samyutā).

Text 12

vṛndāvaneśvarī kṛṣṇa-
priyā madana-mohinī
śrīmatī kṛṣṇa-kāntā ca
kṛṣṇānanda-pradāyinī
वृन्दावनेश्वरी कृष्ण-
प्रिया मदन-मोहिनी
श्रीमती कृष्ण-कान्ता च
कृष्णानन्द-प्रदायिनी

She is the queen of Vṛndāvana (vṛndāvaneśvarī), the beloved of Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa- priyā), more charming than Kāmadeva (madana-mohinī), beautiful (śrīmatī), Lord Kṛṣṇa's beloved (kṛṣṇa-kāntā), and the giver of bliss to Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇānanda- pradāyinī).

Text 13

yaśasvinī yaśogamyā
yaśodānanana-vallabhā
dāmodara-priyā gopī
gopānanda-karī tathā
यशस्विनी यशोगम्या
यशोदाननन-वल्लभा
दामोदर-प्रिया गोपी
गोपानन्द-करी तथा

She is famous (yaśasvinī and yaśogamyā), the beloved of Yaśodā's son (yaśodānanana-vallabhā), dear to Lord Dāmodara (dāmodara-priyā), a cowherd girl (gopī), and the giver of happiness to the gopas (gopānanda-karī).

Text 14

kṛṣṇāṅga-vāsinī hṛdyā
hari-kāntā hari-priyā
pradhāna-gopikā gopa-
kanyā trailokya-sundarī
कृष्णाङ्ग-वासिनी हृद्या
हरि-कान्ता हरि-प्रिया
प्रधान-गोपिका गोप-
कन्या त्रैलोक्य-सुन्दरी

Her residence is on Lord Kṛṣṇa's limbs (kṛṣṇāṅga-vāsinī). She is charming (hṛdyā). She is Lord Hari's beloved (hari-kāntā and hari-priyā), the most important gopī (pradhāna-gopikā), the daughter of a gopa (gopa-kanyā), and the most beautiful girl in the three worlds (trailokya-sundarī).

Text 15

vṛndāvana-vihārī ca
vikaśita-mukhāmbujā
gokulānanda-kartrī ca
gokulānanda-dāyinī
वृन्दावन-विहारी च
विकशित-मुखाम्बुजा
गोकुलानन्द-कर्त्री च
गोकुलानन्द-दायिनी

She enjoys pastimes in Vṛndāvana (vṛndāvana-vihārī), Her face is a blossoming lotus (vikaśita-mukhāmbujā), and she brings happiness to Gokula (gokulānanda-kartrī and gokulānanda-dāyinī).

Text 16

gati-pradā gīta-gamyā
gamanāgamana-priyā
viṣṇu-priyā viṣṇu-kāntā
viṣṇor aṅga-nivāsinī
गति-प्रदा गीत-गम्या
गमनागमन-प्रिया
विष्णु-प्रिया विष्णु-कान्ता
विष्णोर् अङ्ग-निवासिनी

She gives the goal of life (gati-pradā), is approached by chanting her holy names (gīta- gamyā), is the beloved of the omniprescent Supreme Personality of Godhead (gamanāgamana-priyā), is Lord Viṣṇu's beloved (viṣṇu-priyā and viṣṇu-kāntā), and resides on Lord Viṣṇu's limbs (viṣṇor aṅga-nivāsinī).

Text 17

yaśodānanda-patnī ca
yaśodānanda-gehinī
kāmāri-kāntā kāmeśī
kāma-lālasa-vigrahā
यशोदानन्द-पत्नी च
यशोदानन्द-गेहिनी
कामारि-कान्ता कामेशी
काम-लालस-विग्रहा

She is the wife of Yaśodā's son (yaśodānanda-patnī and yaśodānanda-gehinī), the beloved of lust's enemy (kāmāri-kāntā), Lord Kṛṣṇa's amorous queen (kāmeśī), and Lord Kṛṣṇa's passionate lover (kāma-lālasa-vigrahā).

Text 18

jaya-pradā jayā jīvā
jīvānanda-pradāyinī
nandanandana-patnī ca
vṛṣabhānu-sutā śivā
जय-प्रदा जया जीवा
जीवानन्द-प्रदायिनी
नन्दनन्दन-पत्नी च
वृषभानु-सुता शिवा

She is the giver of victory (jaya-pradā) and She is victory itself (jayā). She is life (jīvā), the giver of happiness to the living entities (jīvānanda-pradāyinī), the wife of Nanda's son (nandanandana-patnī), King Vṛṣabhānu's daughter (vṛṣabhānu-sutā), and auspicious (śivā).

Text 19

gaṇādhyakṣā gavādhyakṣā
gavāṁ gatir anuttamā
kāñcanābhā hema-gātrī
kāñcanāṅgada-dhāriṇī
गणाध्यक्षा गवाध्यक्षा
गवां गतिर् अनुत्तमा
काञ्चनाभा हेम-गात्री
काञ्चनाङ्गद-धारिणी

She is the leader of the gopīs (gaṇādhyakṣā), the ruler of the cows (gavādhyakṣā and gavāṁ gati), and without superior (anuttamā). She has a golden complexion (kāñcanābhā), Her limbs are golden (hema-gātrī), and She wears golden armlets (kāñcanāṅgada-dhāriṇī).

Text 20

aśokā śokorahitā
viśokā śoka-nāśinī
gāyatrī vedamātā ca
vedātīta vid-uttamā
अशोका शोकोरहिता
विशोका शोक-नाशिनी
गायत्री वेदमाता च
वेदातीत विद्-उत्तमा

She never laments (aśokā, śokorahitā, and viśokā), she ends lamentation (śoka-nāśinī). She is the Gāaytrī mantra (gāyatrī), the mother of the Vedas (veda-mātā), beyond the Vedas (vedātīta), and the wiseset philosopher (vid-uttamā).

Text 21

nīti-śāstra-priyā nīti-
gatir matir abhīṣṭadā
veda-priyā veda-garbhā
veda-mārga-pravardhinī
नीति-शास्त्र-प्रिया नीति-
गतिर् मतिर् अभीष्टदा
वेद-प्रिया वेद-गर्भा
वेद-मार्ग-प्रवर्धिनी

She is an eager student of the scriptures describing ethics (nīti-śāstra-priyā). She is the perfect moralist (nīti-gati), the most thoughtful philosopher (mati), the fulfiller of desires (abhīṣṭadā), an eager student of the Vedas (veda-priyā), the mother of the Vedas (veda-garbhā), and the teacher of the Vedas' path (veda-mārga-pravardhinī).

Text 22

veda-gamyā veda-parā
vicitra-kanakojjvalā
tathojjvala-pradā nityā
tathaivojjvala-gātrikā
वेद-गम्या वेद-परा
विचित्र-कनकोज्ज्वला
तथोज्ज्वल-प्रदा नित्या
तथैवोज्ज्वल-गात्रिका

She is approached by Vedic study (veda-gamyā). She is the supreme goal described in the Vedas (veda-parā). She is splendid with wonderful golden ornaments (vicitra- kanakojjvalā), glorious (ujjvala-pradā), and eternal (nityā), and Her limbs are filled with glory (ujjvala-gātrikā).

Text 23

nanda-priyā nanda-sutā-
radhyānandapradā śubhā
śubhāṅgī vimalāṅgī ca
vilasiny aparājitā
नन्द-प्रिया नन्द-सुता-
रध्यानन्दप्रदा शुभा
शुभाङ्गी विमलाङ्गी च
विलसिन्य् अपराजिता

She is dear to Mahārāja Nanda (nanda-priyā), worshiped by Nanda's son (nanda- sutārādhyā), delightful (ānanda-pradā), beautiful (śubhā), with beautiful limbs (śubhāṅgī), with splendid limbs (vimalāṅgī), playful (vilasinī), and unconquerable (aparājitā).

Text 24

jananī janmaśūnyā ca
janma-mṛtyu-jarāpahā
gatir gatimatām dhātrī
dhātrānandapradāyinī
जननी जन्मशून्या च
जन्म-मृत्यु-जरापहा
गतिर् गतिमताम् धात्री
धात्रानन्दप्रदायिनी

She is the mother of all (jananī), without birth (janma-śūnyā), the remover of birth, death, and old-age (janma-mṛtyu-jarāpahā), the supreme goal of the aspiring devotees (gatir gatimatām), the mother of all (dhātrī), and the giver of bliss to the Supreme Creator (dhātrānanda-pradāyinī).

Text 25

jagannātha-priyā śaila-
vāsinī hema-sundarī
kiśorī kamalā padmā
padma-hastā payoda-dā
जगन्नाथ-प्रिया शैल-
वासिनी हेम-सुन्दरी
किशोरी कमला पद्मा
पद्म-हस्ता पयोद-दा

She is dear to the Lord of the universes (jagannātha-priyā), She resides on a hill (śaila- vāsinī), is beautiful and golden (hema-sundarī), is youthful (kiśorī), like a lotus flower (kamalā and padmā), her hands are lotuses (padma-hastā), and She is buxom (payoda- dā).

Text 26

payasvinī payo-dātrī
pavitrā sarva-maṅgalā
mahā-jīva-pradā kṛṣṇa-
kāntā kamala-sundarī
पयस्विनी पयो-दात्री
पवित्रा सर्व-मङ्गला
महा-जीव-प्रदा कृष्ण-
कान्ता कमल-सुन्दरी

She is buxom (payasvinī and payo-dātrī), pure (pavitrā), all-auspicious (sarva- maṅgalā), the great giver of life (mahā-jīva-pradā), Lord Kṛṣṇa's beloved (kṛṣṇa- kāntā), and beautiful as a lotus (kamala-sundarī).

Text 27

vicitra-vāsinī citra-
vāsinī citra-rūpiṇī
nirguṇā su-kulīnā ca
niṣkulīnā nirākulā
विचित्र-वासिनी चित्र-
वासिनी चित्र-रूपिणी
निर्गुणा सु-कुलीना च
निष्कुलीना निराकुला

She is wonderfully fragrant (vicitra-vāsinī and citra-vāsinī), wonderfully beautiful (citra-rūpiṇī), free of the modes of material nature (nirguṇā), born in a pious family (su-kulīnā), not born in any family of the material world (niṣkulīnā), and free from all distrees (nirākulā).

Text 28

gokulāntara-gehā ca
yogānanda-karī tathā
veṇu-vādyā veṇu-ratiḥ
veṇu-vādya-parāyaṇā
गोकुलान्तर-गेहा च
योगानन्द-करी तथा
वेणु-वाद्या वेणु-रतिः
वेणु-वाद्य-परायणा

Her home is in Gokula (gokulāntara-gehā). She delights Lord Kṛṣṇa when She meets Him (yogānanda-karī). She plays the flute (veṇu-vādyā), enjoys playing the flute (veṇu-rati), and is fond of playing the flute (veṇu-vādya-parāyaṇā).

Text 29

gopālasya priyā saumya-
rūpā saumya-kulodvahā
mohāmohā vimohā ca
gati-niṣṭhā gati-pradā
गोपालस्य प्रिया सौम्य-
रूपा सौम्य-कुलोद्वहा
मोहामोहा विमोहा च
गति-निष्ठा गति-प्रदा

She is Lord Gopāla's beloved (gopālasya priyā). She is gentle and noble (saumya- rūpā), born in an exalted family (saumya-kulodvahā), charming (mohā and vimohā), and free from bewilderment (amohā), and She gives the goal of life (gati-niṣṭhā and gati-pradā).

Text 30

gīrbāṇa-vandyā girbāṇā
girbāṇa-gaṇa-sevitā
lalitā ca viśokā ca
viśākhā citra-mālinī
गीर्बाण-वन्द्या गिर्बाणा
गिर्बाण-गण-सेविता
ललिता च विशोका च
विशाखा चित्र-मालिनी

The demigods offer repsectful obeisances to Her (gīrbāṇa-vandyā). She is divine (girbāṇā), served by the demigods (girbāṇa-gaṇa-sevitā), playful and charming (lalitā), free from lamentation (viśokā), the star Viśākhā (viśākhā), and decorated with wonderful garlands (citra-mālinī).

Text 31

jitendriyā śuddha-sattvā
kulīnā kula-dīpikā
dīpa-priyā dīpa-dātrī
vimalā vimalodakā
जितेन्द्रिया शुद्ध-सत्त्वा
कुलीना कुल-दीपिका
दीप-प्रिया दीप-दात्री
विमला विमलोदका

She has conquered Her senses (jitendriyā). She is situated in pure goodness (śuddha- sattvā), born in a noble family (kulīnā), the lamp illuminating Her family (kula- dīpikā), fond of lamps (dīpa-priyā), the giver of the lamp (dīpa-dātrī), pure (vimalā), and the sacred river (vimalodakā).

Text 32

kāntāra-vāsinī kṛṣṇā
kṛṣṇacandra-priyā matiḥ
anuttarā duḥkha-hantrī
duḥkha-kartrī kulodvahā
कान्तार-वासिनी कृष्णा
कृष्णचन्द्र-प्रिया मतिः
अनुत्तरा दुःख-हन्त्री
दुःख-कर्त्री कुलोद्वहा

She lives in a forest (kāntāra-vāsinī). She is Lord Kṛṣṇa's beloved (kṛṣṇā and kṛṣṇacandra-priyā). She is thoughtfulness (mati), unsurpassed (anuttarā), the remover of sufferings (duḥkha-hantrī), the creator of sufferings (duḥkha-kartrī), and the noblest in Her family (kulodvahā).

Text 33

matir lakṣmīr dhṛtir lajjā
kāntiḥ puṣṭiḥ smṛtiḥ kṣamā
kṣīrodaśāyinī devī
devāri-kula-mardinī
मतिर् लक्ष्मीर् धृतिर् लज्जा
कान्तिः पुष्टिः स्मृतिः क्षमा
क्षीरोदशायिनी देवी
देवारि-कुल-मर्दिनी

She is thoughtfulness (mati), Goddess Lakṣmī (lakṣmī), perseverance (dhṛti), modesty (lajjā), beauty (kānti), fulfillment (puṣṭi), memory (smṛti), patience (kṣamā), she who lies down on the ocean of milk (kṣīrodaśāyinī), the goddess (devī), and the crusher of Lord Kṛṣṇa's enemies (devāri-kula-mardinī).

Text 34

vaiṣṇavī ca mahā-lakṣmīḥ
kula-pūjyā kula-priyā
samhartrī sarva-daityānāṁ
sāvitrī veda-gāminī
वैष्णवी च महा-लक्ष्मीः
कुल-पूज्या कुल-प्रिया
सम्हर्त्री सर्व-दैत्यानां
सावित्री वेद-गामिनी

She is Lord Viṣṇu's consort (vaiṣṇavī), Goddess Mahā-Lakṣmī (mahā-lakṣmī), worshiped by Her family (kula-pūjyā), dear to Her family (kula-priyā), the destroyer of all the demons (samhartrī sarva-daityānāṁ), the gāyatrī mantra (sāvitrī), and a follower of the Vedas (veda-gāminī).

Text 35

vedātītā nirālambā
nirālamba-gaṇa-priyā
nirālamba-janaiḥ pūjyā
nirālokā nirāśrayā
वेदातीता निरालम्बा
निरालम्ब-गण-प्रिया
निरालम्ब-जनैः पूज्या
निरालोका निराश्रया

She is beyond the Vedas (vedātītā), liberated (nirālambā), dear to the liberated (nirālamba-gaṇa-priyā), worshiped by the liberated (nirālamba-janaiḥ pūjyā), unseen by conditioned souls (nirālokā), and independent (nirāśrayā).

Text 36

ekāṅgā sarvagā sevyā
brahma-patnī sarasvatī
rāsa-priyā rāsa-gamyā
rāsādhiṣṭhātṛ-devatā
एकाङ्गा सर्वगा सेव्या
ब्रह्म-पत्नी सरस्वती
रास-प्रिया रास-गम्या
रासाधिष्ठातृ-देवता

She has one form (ekāṅgā). She is all-pervading (sarvagā), the supreme object of worship (sevyā), Brahmā's wife (brahma-patnī), Goddess Sarasvatī (sarasvatī), fond of the rāsa dance (rāsa-priyā), the girl Lord Kṛṣṇa approaches in the rāsa dance (rāsa- gamyā), and the predominating Deity of the rāsa dance (rāsādhiṣṭhātṛ-devatā).

Text 37

rasikā rasikānandā
svayam rāseśvarī parā
rāsa-maṇḍala-madhyasthā
rāsa-maṇḍala-śobhitā
रसिका रसिकानन्दा
स्वयम् रासेश्वरी परा
रास-मण्डल-मध्यस्था
रास-मण्डल-शोभिता

She enjoys the transcendental mellows (rasikā) and tastes the bliss of the transcendental mellows (rasikānandā). She is the queen of the rāsa dance (svayam rāseśvarī), transcendental (parā), the girl who stays in the middle of the rāsa dance circle (rāsa-maṇḍala-madhyasthā), and the girl who beautifies the rāsa dance circle (rāsa-maṇḍala-śobhitā).

Text 38

rāsa-maṇḍala-sevyā ca
rāsa-krīḍā manoharā
puṇḍarīkākṣa-nilayā
puṇḍarīkākṣa-gehinī
रास-मण्डल-सेव्या च
रास-क्रीडा मनोहरा
पुण्डरीकाक्ष-निलया
पुण्डरीकाक्ष-गेहिनी

She is served in the rāsa dance circle (rāsa-maṇḍala-sevyā), and She enjoys the pastime of the rāsa dance (rāsa-krīḍā). She is beautiful (manoharā), Her dark eyes are lotus flowers (puṇḍarīkākṣa-nilayā), and She is the wife of lotus-eyed Kṛṣṇa (puṇḍarīkākṣa-gehinī).

Text 39

puṇḍarīkākṣa-sevyā ca
puṇḍarīkākṣa-vallabhā
sarva-jīveśvarī sarva-
jīva-vandyā parāt parā
पुण्डरीकाक्ष-सेव्या च
पुण्डरीकाक्ष-वल्लभा
सर्व-जीवेश्वरी सर्व-
जीव-वन्द्या परात् परा

She is served by lotus-eyed Kṛṣṇa (puṇḍarīkākṣa-sevyā), dear to lotus-eyed Kṛṣṇa (puṇḍarīkākṣa-vallabhā), the queen of all living entities (sarva-jīveśvarī), worshiped by all living entities (sarva-jīva-vandyā), and greater than the greatest (parāt parā).

Text 40

prakṛtiḥ śambhu-kāntā ca
sadāśiva-manoharā
kṣut pipāsā dayā nidrā
bhrāntiḥ śrāntiḥ kṣamākulā
प्रकृतिः शम्भु-कान्ता च
सदाशिव-मनोहरा
क्षुत् पिपासा दया निद्रा
भ्रान्तिः श्रान्तिः क्षमाकुला

She is the goddess of the material nature (prakṛti), and the beautiful wife of Lord Śiva (śambhu-kāntā and sadāśiva-manoharā). She is hunger (kṣut), thirst (pipāsā), mercy (dayā), sleep (nidrā), bewilderment (bhrānti), exhaustion (śrānti), and patience (kṣamākulā).

Text 41

vadhū-rūpā gopa-patnī
bhāratī siddha-yogīnī
satya-rūpā nitya-rūpā
nityāṅgī nitya-gehinī
वधू-रूपा गोप-पत्नी
भारती सिद्ध-योगीनी
सत्य-रूपा नित्य-रूपा
नित्याङ्गी नित्य-गेहिनी

She is a young girl (vadhū-rūpā), the wife of a gopa (gopa-patnī), the goddess of eloquence (bhāratī), and perfect in the science of yoga (siddha-yogīnī). Her form is eternal (satya-rūpā, nitya-rūpā, and nityāṅgī), and She is Lord Kṛṣṇa's wife eternally (nitya-gehinī).

Text 42

sthāna-dātrī tathā dhātrī
mahā-lakṣmīḥ svayam-prabhā
sindhu-kanyā sthāna-dātrī
dvārakā-vāsinī tathā
स्थान-दात्री तथा धात्री
महा-लक्ष्मीः स्वयम्-प्रभा
सिन्धु-कन्या स्थान-दात्री
द्वारका-वासिनी तथा

She gives Her devotees their homes (sthāna-dātrī). She is the mother (dhātrī), Goddess Mahā-Lakṣmī (mahā-lakṣmī), self-effulgent (svayam-prabhā), the daughter of the milk ocean (sindhu-kanyā), and she who resides in Dvārakā (dvārakā-vāsinī).

Text 43

buddhiḥ sthitiḥ sthāna-rūpā
sarva-kāraṇa-kāraṇā
bhakti-priyā bhakti-gamyā
bhaktānanda-pradāyinī
बुद्धिः स्थितिः स्थान-रूपा
सर्व-कारण-कारणा
भक्ति-प्रिया भक्ति-गम्या
भक्तानन्द-प्रदायिनी

She is intelligence (buddhi), steadiness (sthiti and sthāna-rūpā), the cause of all causes (sarva-kāraṇa-kāraṇā), fond of serving Lord Kṛṣṇa (bhakti-priyā), approached by devotional service (bhakti-gamyā), and the giver of bliss to the devotees (bhaktānanda-pradāyinī).

Text 44

bhakta-kalpa-drumātītā
tathātīta-guṇā tathā
mano-'dhiṣṭhātṛ-devī ca
kṛṣṇa-prema-parāyaṇā
भक्त-कल्प-द्रुमातीता
तथातीत-गुणा तथा
मनो-ऽधिष्ठातृ-देवी च
कृष्ण-प्रेम-परायणा

She is more than a kalpa-vṛkṣa tree for the devotees (bhakta-kalpa-drumātītā), the possessor of the greatest transcendental virtues (atīta-guṇā), the predominating Deity of the heart (mano-'dhiṣṭhātṛ-devī), and the girl completely in love with Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-prema-parāyaṇā).

Text 45

nirāmayā saumya-dātrī
tathā madana-mohinī
ekānaṁśā śivā kṣemā
durgā durgati-nāśinī
निरामया सौम्य-दात्री
तथा मदन-मोहिनी
एकानंशा शिवा क्षेमा
दुर्गा दुर्गति-नाशिनी

She is free from all disease (nirāmayā), the most gentle, kind, and generous (saumya- dātrī), more charming than Kāmadeva (madana-mohinī), one without a second (ekā and anaṁśā), the wife of Lord Śiva (śivā and durgā), happiness and auspiciousness personified (kṣemā), and the person who destroys all calamities (durgati-nāśinī).

Text 46

īśvarī sarva-vandyā ca
gopanīyā śubhaṅkarī
pālinī sarva-bhūtānāṁ
tathā kāmāṅga-hāriṇī
ईश्वरी सर्व-वन्द्या च
गोपनीया शुभङ्करी
पालिनी सर्व-भूतानां
तथा कामाङ्ग-हारिणी

She is the supreme controller (īśvarī), worshiped by all (sarva-vandyā), reclusive (gopanīyā), the giver of auspiciousness (śubhaṅkarī), the protectress of all living entities (pālinī sarva-bhūtānām), and the wife of Lord Śiva who destroyed Kāmadeva's body (kāmāṅga-hāriṇī).

Text 47

sadyo-mukti-pradā devī
veda-sārā parāt parā
himālaya-sutā sarvā
pārvatī girijā satī
सद्यो-मुक्ति-प्रदा देवी
वेद-सारा परात् परा
हिमालय-सुता सर्वा
पार्वती गिरिजा सती

She is the person who quickly gives liberation (sadyo-mukti-pradā), the goddess (devī), the essence of the Vedas (veda-sārā), greater than the greatest (parāt parā), and Goddess Pārvatī (himālaya-sutā, sarvā, pārvatī, girijā, and satī).

Text 48

dakṣa-kanyā deva-mātā
manda-lajjā hares tanuḥ
vṛndāraṇya-priyā vṛndā
vṛndāvana-vilāsinī
दक्ष-कन्या देव-माता
मन्द-लज्जा हरेस् तनुः
वृन्दारण्य-प्रिया वृन्दा
वृन्दावन-विलासिनी

She is Dakṣa's daughter (dakṣa-kanyā), the demigods' mother (deva-mātā), bold (manda-lajjā), Lord Hari's own transcendental form (hares tanuḥ), fond of Vṛndāvana (vṛndāraṇya-priyā), goddess Vṛndā (vṛndā), and the girl who enjoys pastimes in Vṛndāvana (vṛndāvana-vilāsinī).

Text 49

vilāsinī vaiṣṇavī ca
brahmaloka-pratiṣṭhitā
rukmiṇī revatī satya-
bhāmā jāmbavatī tathā
विलासिनी वैष्णवी च
ब्रह्मलोक-प्रतिष्ठिता
रुक्मिणी रेवती सत्य-
भामा जाम्बवती तथा

She is playful (vilāsinī), Lord Viṣṇu's companion (vaiṣṇavī), the predominating goddess of the spiritual world (brahmaloka-pratiṣṭhitā), Rukmiṇī (rukmiṇī), Revatī (revatī), Satyabhāmā (satyabhāmā), and Jāmbavatī (jāmbavatī).

Text 50

sulakṣmaṇā mitravindā
kālindī jahnu-kanykā
paripūrṇā pūrṇatarā
tathā haimavatī gatiḥ
सुलक्ष्मणा मित्रविन्दा
कालिन्दी जह्नु-कन्य्का
परिपूर्णा पूर्णतरा
तथा हैमवती गतिः

She is Sulakṣmaṇā (sulakṣmaṇā), Mitravindā (mitravindā), Kālindī (kālindī), Jāhnavī (jahnu-kanykā), most perfect (paripūrṇā and pūrṇatarā), Goddess Pārvatī (haimavatī), and the supreme goal of life (gati).

Text 51

apūrvā brahma-rūpā ca
brahmāṇḍa-paripālinī
brahmāṇḍa-bhāṇḍa-madbyasthā
brahmāṇḍa-bhāṇḍa-rūpiṇī
अपूर्वा ब्रह्म-रूपा च
ब्रह्माण्ड-परिपालिनी
ब्रह्माण्ड-भाण्ड-मद्ब्यस्था
ब्रह्माण्ड-भाण्ड-रूपिणी

She is unprecedented (apūrvā), spiritual (brahma-rūpā), the protectress of the universe (brahmāṇḍa-paripālinī), the goddess who enters the material universe (brahmāṇḍa-
bhāṇḍa-madbyasthā), the goddess who Herself is the material universe (brahmāṇḍa- bhāṇḍa-rūpiṇī).

Text 52

aṇḍa-rūpāṇḍa-madhyasthā
tathāṇḍa-paripālinī
aṇḍa-bāhyāṇḍa-samhartrī
śiva-brahma-hari-priyā
अण्ड-रूपाण्ड-मध्यस्था
तथाण्ड-परिपालिनी
अण्ड-बाह्याण्ड-सम्हर्त्री
शिव-ब्रह्म-हरि-प्रिया

She is the goddess who is the material universe (aṇḍa-rūpā), the goddess who has entered the material universe (aṇḍa-madhyasthā), the protectress of the material universe (aṇḍa-paripālinī), the goddess who is beyond the material universe (aṇḍa- bāhyā), the destroyer of the material universe (aṇḍa-samhartrī), and she who is dear to Śiva, Brahmā, and Viṣṇu (śiva-brahma-hari-priyā).

Text 53

mahā-viṣṇu-priyā
kalpa-vṛkṣa-rūpā nirantarā
sāra-bhūtā sthirā gaurī
gaurāṅgī śaśi-śekharā
महा-विष्णु-प्रिया
कल्प-वृक्ष-रूपा निरन्तरा
सार-भूता स्थिरा गौरी
गौराङ्गी शशि-शेखरा

She is Lord Mahā-Viṣṇu's beloved (mahā-viṣṇu-priyā), a kalpa-vṛkṣa tree (kalpa- vṛkṣa-rūpā), eternal (nirantarā and sthirā), the best (sāra-bhūtā), fair (gaurī and gaurāṅgī), and Lord Śiva's wife (śaśi-śekharā).

Text 54

śveta-campaka-varṇābhā
śaśi-koṭi-sama-prabhā
mālatī-mālya-bhūṣāḍhyā
mālatī-mālya-dhāriṇī
श्वेत-चम्पक-वर्णाभा
शशि-कोटि-सम-प्रभा
मालती-माल्य-भूषाढ्या
मालती-माल्य-धारिणी

She is fair as a śveta campaka flower (śveta-campaka-varṇābhā), splendid as millions of moons (śaśi-koṭi-sama-prabhā), and decorated with jasmine garlands (mālatī- mālya-bhūṣāḍhyā and mālatī-mālya-dhāriṇī).

Text 55

kṛṣṇa-stutā kṛṣṇa-kāntā
vṛndāvana-vilāsinī
tulasy-adhiṣṭhātṛ-devī
saṁsārārṇava-pāra-dā
कृष्ण-स्तुता कृष्ण-कान्ता
वृन्दावन-विलासिनी
तुलस्य्-अधिष्ठातृ-देवी
संसारार्णव-पार-दा

She is praised by Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-stutā) and loved by Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-kāntā). She enjoys pastimes in Vṛndāvana (vṛndāvana-vilāsinī). She is Goddess Tulasī (tulasy-adhiṣṭhātṛ-devī). She carries one to the farther shore of the ocean of birth and death (saṁsārārṇava-pāra-dā).

Text 56

sāradāhāradāmbhodā
yasodā gopa-nandinī
atīta-gamanā gaurī
parānugraha-kāriṇī
सारदाहारदाम्भोदा
यसोदा गोप-नन्दिनी
अतीत-गमना गौरी
परानुग्रह-कारिणी

She gives what is the best (sāradā). She gives food (āhāradā). She gives water (ambhodā). She gives fame (yaśodā). She is a gopa's daughter (gopa-nandinī), very graceful (atīta-gamanā), fair (gaurī), and kind to others (parānugraha-kāriṇī).

Text 57

karuṇārṇava-sampurṇā
karuṇārṇava-dhāriṇī
mādhavī mādhava-mano-
hāriṇī śyāma-vallabhā
करुणार्णव-सम्पुर्णा
करुणार्णव-धारिणी
माधवी माधव-मनो-
हारिणी श्याम-वल्लभा

She is a flooding ocean of mercy (karuṇārṇava-sampurṇā and karuṇārṇava-dhāriṇī). She is Lord Kṛṣṇa's beloved (mādhavī and śyāma-vallabhā), and she charms Lord Kṛṣṇa's heart (mādhava-mano-hāriṇī).

Text 58

andhakāra-bhaya-dhvastā
maṅgalyā maṅgala-pradā
śrī-garbhā śrī-pradā śrīśā
śrī-nivāsācyutapriyā
अन्धकार-भय-ध्वस्ता
मङ्गल्या मङ्गल-प्रदा
श्री-गर्भा श्री-प्रदा श्रीशा
श्री-निवासाच्युतप्रिया

She removes the fear of darkness (andhakāra-bhaya-dhvastā). She is auspicious (maṅgalyā), the giver of auspiciousness (maṅgala-pradā), the mother of all beauty (śrī- garbhā), the giver of beauty (śrī-pradā), the queen of beauty (śrīśā), the abode of beauty (śrī-nivāsā), and the beloved of the infallible Supreme Personality of Godhead (acyutapriyā).

Text 59

śrī-rūpā śrī-harā śrīdā
śrī-kāmā śrī-svarūpiṇī
śrīdāmānanda-dātrī ca
śrīdāmeśvara-vallabhā
श्री-रूपा श्री-हरा श्रीदा
श्री-कामा श्री-स्वरूपिणी
श्रीदामानन्द-दात्री च
श्रीदामेश्वर-वल्लभा

She is the form of beauty (śrī-rūpā and śrī-svarūpiṇī), the remover of beauty (śrī-harā), the giver of beauty (śrīdā), the desire for beauty (śrī-kāmā), the giver of bliss to Śrīdāmā (śrīdāmānanda-dātrī), and dear to Śrīdāmā's master (śrīdāmeśvara-vallabhā).

Text 60

śrī-nitambā śrī-gaṇeśā
śrī-svarūpāśritā śrutiḥ
śrī-kriyā-rūpiṇī śrīlā
śrī-kṛṣṇa-bhajanānvitā
श्री-नितम्बा श्री-गणेशा
श्री-स्वरूपाश्रिता श्रुतिः
श्री-क्रिया-रूपिणी श्रीला
श्री-कृष्ण-भजनान्विता

She has beautiful hips (śrī-nitambā). She is the beautiful queen of the gopīs (śrī- gaṇeśā). She is beautiful (śrī-svarūpāśritā and śrīlā). She is the Vedas (śruti) and the activities of devotional service (śrī-kriyā-rūpiṇī). She devotedly worships Śrī Kṛṣṇa (śrī-kṛṣṇa-bhajanānvitā).

Text 61

śrī-rādhā śrīmatī śreṣṭhā
śreṣṭha-rūpā śruti-priyā
yogeśā yoga-mātā ca
yogātitā yuga-priyā
श्री-राधा श्रीमती श्रेष्ठा
श्रेष्ठ-रूपा श्रुति-प्रिया
योगेशा योग-माता च
योगातिता युग-प्रिया

She worships Lord Kṛṣṇa (śrī-rādhā). She is beautiful (śrīmatī). She is the best (śreṣṭhā and śreṣṭha-rūpā). She is dear to the Vedas (śruti-priyā), the queen of yoga (yogeśā), the mother of yoga (yoga-mātā), beyond yoga (yogātitā), and dear to the two divine persons (yuga-priyā).

Text 62

yoga-priyā yoga-gamyā
yoginī-gaṇa-vanditā
javā-kusuma-saṅkāsā
dāḍ_imī-kusumopamā
योग-प्रिया योग-गम्या
योगिनी-गण-वन्दिता
जवा-कुसुम-सङ्कासा
दाड्इमी-कुसुमोपमा

She is dear to yoga (yoga-priyā), approached by yoga (yoga-gamyā), worshiped by the yoginīs (yoginī-gaṇa-vanditā), glorious as a rose (javā-kusuma-saṅkāsā), and glorious as a pomegranate (dāḍ_imī-kusumopamā).

Text 63

nīlāmbaradharā dhīrā
dhairya-rūpa-dharā dhṛitiḥ
ratna-siṁhāsana-sthā ca
ratna-kuṇḍala-bhūṣitā
नीलाम्बरधरा धीरा
धैर्य-रूप-धरा धृइतिः
रत्न-सिंहासन-स्था च
रत्न-कुण्डल-भूषिता

She wears blue garments (nīlāmbara-dharā). She is very sober and serious (dhīrā and dhairya-rūpa-dharā). She is seriousness (dhṛiti). She sits on a jewel throne (ratna- siṁhāsana-sthā) and She is decorated with jewel earrings (ratna-kuṇḍala-bhūṣitā).

Text 64

ratnālaṅkāra-samyuktā
ratna-mālya-dharā parā
ratnendra-sāra-hārāḍhyā
ratna-mālā-vibhūṣitā
रत्नालङ्कार-सम्युक्ता
रत्न-माल्य-धरा परा
रत्नेन्द्र-सार-हाराढ्या
रत्न-माला-विभूषिता

She wears jewel ornaments (ratnālaṅkāra-samyuktā), a necklace of jewels (ratna- mālya-dharā and ratna-mālā-vibhūṣitā), and a necklace of the kings of jewels (ratnendra-sāra-hārāḍhyā). She is transcendental (parā).

Text 65

indranīla-maṇi-nyasta-
pāda-padma-śubhā śuciḥ
kārttikī paurṇamāsī ca
amāvasyā bhayāpahā
इन्द्रनील-मणि-न्यस्त-
पाद-पद्म-शुभा शुचिः
कार्त्तिकी पौर्णमासी च
अमावस्या भयापहा

Her lotus feet are beautiful with sapphire ornaments (indranīla-maṇi-nyasta-pāda- padma-śubhā) and She is beautiful (śuci). She is the month of Kārttika (kārttikī), the full-moon day (paurṇamāsī), the new-moon day (amāvasyā), and the remover of fears (bhayāpahā).

Text 66

govinda-rāja-gṛhinī
govinda-gaṇa-pūjitā
vaikuṇṭha-nātha-gṛhiṇī
vaikuṇṭha-paramālayā
गोविन्द-राज-गृहिनी
गोविन्द-गण-पूजिता
वैकुण्ठ-नाथ-गृहिणी
वैकुण्ठ-परमालया

She is Lord Govinda's queen (govinda-rāja-gṛhinī) and She is worshiped by Lord Govinda's devotees (govinda-gaṇa-pūjitā). She is the queen of Vaikuṇṭha's king (vaikuṇṭha-nātha-gṛhiṇī) and She resides in the supreme abode of Vaikuṇṭha (vaikuṇṭha-paramālayā).

Text 67

vaikuṇṭhadeva-devāḍhyā
tathā vaikuṇṭha-sundarī
mahālasā vedavatī
sītā sādhvī pati-vratā
वैकुण्ठदेव-देवाढ्या
तथा वैकुण्ठ-सुन्दरी
महालसा वेदवती
सीता साध्वी पति-व्रता

She is glorious in the comopany of Vaikuṇṭha's supreme king (vaikuṇṭha-deva- devāḍhyā) and She is the beautiful goddess of Vaikuṇṭha (vaikuṇṭha-sundarī). She is languid (mahālasā), wise (vedavatī), saintly (sādhvī), and devoted to Her Lord (pati- vratā). She is Goddess Sītā (sītā).

Text 68

anna-pūrṇā sadānanda-
rūpā kaivalya-sundarī
kaivalya-dāyinī śreṣṭhā
gopīnātha-manoharā
अन्न-पूर्णा सदानन्द-
रूपा कैवल्य-सुन्दरी
कैवल्य-दायिनी श्रेष्ठा
गोपीनाथ-मनोहरा

She is Goddess Durgā (anna-pūrṇā). Her form is full of eternal bliss (sadānanda-rūpā). She is the most beautiful (kaivalya-sundarī), the giver of liberation (kaivalya-dāyinī), the best (śreṣṭhā), and the girl who charms Lord Gopīnātha's heart (gopīnātha- manoharā).

Text 69

gopīnātheśvarī caṇḍī
nāyikā-nayanānvitā
nāyikā nāyaka-prītā
nāyakānanda-rūpiṇī
गोपीनाथेश्वरी चण्डी
नायिका-नयनान्विता
नायिका नायक-प्रीता
नायकानन्द-रूपिणी

She is Lord Gopīnātha's queen (gopīnātheśvarī). She is passionate (caṇḍī). She has the eyes of a beautiful heroine (nāyikā-nayanānvitā). She is a beautiful heroine (nāyikā). She is dear to the hero Kṛṣṇa (nāyaka-prītā). She delights the hero Kṛṣṇa (nāyakānanda-rūpiṇī).

Text 70

śeṣā śeṣavatī śeṣa-
rūpiṇī jagad-ambikā
gopāla-pālikā māyā
jāyānandapradā tathā
शेषा शेषवती शेष-
रूपिणी जगद्-अम्बिका
गोपाल-पालिका माया
जायानन्दप्रदा तथा

She reclines on Lord Śeṣa (śeṣā, śeṣavatī, and śeṣa-rūpiṇī). She is the mother of the universe (jagad-ambikā), the protectress of the cowherd people (gopāla-pālikā), the Lord's illusory potency (māyā), and she who gives the bliss of victory (jāyānandapradā).

Text 71

kumārī yauvanānandā
yuvatī gopa-sundarī
gopa-mātā jānakī ca
janakānanda-kāriṇī
कुमारी यौवनानन्दा
युवती गोप-सुन्दरी
गोप-माता जानकी च
जनकानन्द-कारिणी

She is a young girl (kumārī and yuvatī), filled with the bliss of youthfulness (yauvanānandā), a beautiful gopī (gopa-sundarī), the mother of the gopas (gopa-mātā), the daughter of King Janaka (jānakī), and the girl who gives bliss to King Janaka (janakānanda-kāriṇī).

Text 72

kailāsa-vāsinī rambhā
vairāgyākula-dīpikā
kamalā-kānta-gṛhinī
kamalā kamalālayā
कैलास-वासिनी रम्भा
वैराग्याकुल-दीपिका
कमला-कान्त-गृहिनी
कमला कमलालया

She is the Goddess who resides on Mount Kailāsa (kailāsa-vāsinī). She is the apsarā Rambhā (rambhā). She is a glowing lamp of renunciation (vairāgyākula-dīpikā). She is Lord Nārāyaṇa's wife (kamalā-kānta-gṛhinī). She is the goddess of fortune (kamalā) and the abode where the goddess of fortune resides (kamalālayā).

Text 73

trailokya-mātā jagatām
adhiṣṭhātrī priyāmbikā
hara-kāntā hara-ratā
harānanda-pradāyinī
त्रैलोक्य-माता जगताम्
अधिष्ठात्री प्रियाम्बिका
हर-कान्ता हर-रता
हरानन्द-प्रदायिनी

She is the mother of the three worlds (trailokya-mātā), the predominating Deity of the universes (jagatām adhiṣṭhātrī), the beloved (priyā), the mother (ambikā), the beloved of Lord Śiva (hara-kāntā and hara-ratā), and She who gives bliss to Lord Śiva (harānanda-pradāyinī).

Text 74

hara-patnī hara-prīta
hara-tośaṇa-tatparā
hareśvarī rāma-ratā
rāmā rāmeśvarī ramā
हर-पत्नी हर-प्रीत
हर-तोशण-तत्परा
हरेश्वरी राम-रता
रामा रामेश्वरी रमा

She is Lord Śiva's wife (hara-patnī), Lord Śiva's beloved (hara-prītā), devoted to pleasing Lord Śiva (hara-tośaṇa-tatparā), Lord Śiva's queen (hareśvarī), Lord Rāma's beloved (rāma-ratā and rāmā), and Lord Rāma's queen (rāmeśvarī).

Text 75

śyāmalā citra-lekhā ca
tathā bhuvana-mohinī
su-gopī gopa-vanitā
gopa-rājya-pradā śubhā
श्यामला चित्र-लेखा च
तथा भुवन-मोहिनी
सु-गोपी गोप-वनिता
गोप-राज्य-प्रदा शुभा

She is Lord Kṛṣṇa's beloved (śyāmalā), wonderfully beautiful (citra-lekhā), the enchantress of the three worlds (bhuvana-mohinī), a beautiful gopī (su-gopī and gopa- vanitā), she who gives a kingdom to the gopas (gopa-rājya-pradā), and beautiful (śubhā).

Text 76

aṅgāvapūrṇā māheyī
matsya-rāja-sutā satī
kaumārī nārasiṁhī ca
vārāhī nava-durgikā
अङ्गावपूर्णा माहेयी
मत्स्य-राज-सुता सती
कौमारी नारसिंही च
वाराही नव-दुर्गिका

She is beautiful (aṅgāvapūrṇā), the queen of the earth (māheyī), the daughter of Matsyarāja (matsya-rāja-sutā), saintly (satī), a young girl (kaumārī), Lord Nṛsiṁha's beloved goddess of fortune (nārasiṁhī), Lord Varāha's beloved (vārāhī), and the mother of the nine Durgās (nava-durgikā).

Text 77

cañcalā cañcalāmodā
nārī bhuvana-sundarī
dakṣa-yajña-harā dākṣī
dakṣa-kanyā su-locanā
चञ्चला चञ्चलामोदा
नारी भुवन-सुन्दरी
दक्ष-यज्ञ-हरा दाक्षी
दक्ष-कन्या सु-लोचना

She is fickle (cañcalā and cañcalāmodā), appears to be a human girl (nārī), is the most beautiful girl in the worlds (bhuvana-sundarī), stopped Dakṣa's yajña (dakṣa-yajña- harā), is Dakṣa's daughter (dākṣī and dakṣa-kanyā), and has beautiful eyes (su-locanā).

Text 78

rati-rūpā rati-prītā
rati-śreṣṭhā rati-pradā
ratir lakṣmaṇa-geha-sthā
virajā bhuvaneśvarī
रति-रूपा रति-प्रीता
रति-श्रेष्ठा रति-प्रदा
रतिर् लक्ष्मण-गेह-स्था
विरजा भुवनेश्वरी

She is beautiful (rati-rūpā), delightful (rati-prītā and rati-pradā), the most delightful (rati-śreṣṭhā) happiness (rati), the goddess who stays in Lakṣmaṇa's home (lakṣmaṇa- geha-sthā), free from the world of matter (virajā), and the queen who rules the worlds (bhuvaneśvarī).

Text 79

śaṅkhāspadā harer jāyā
jāmātṛ-kula-vanditā
bakulā bakulāmoda-
dhāriṇī yamunā jayā
शङ्खास्पदा हरेर् जाया
जामातृ-कुल-वन्दिता
बकुला बकुलामोद-
धारिणी यमुना जया

She has countless transcendental abodes (śaṅkhāspadā). She is Lord Hari's wife (harer jāyā). She is worshiped by Her in-laws (jāmātṛ-kula-vanditā). She is beautiful as a bakula flower (bakulā) and fragrant as a bakula flower (bakulāmoda-dhāriṇī). She is the Yamunā river (yamunā) and the goddess of victory (jayā).

Text 80

vijayā jaya-patnī ca
yamalārjuna-bhañjinī
vakreśvarī vakra-rūpā
vakra-vīkṣaṇa-vīkṣitā
विजया जय-पत्नी च
यमलार्जुन-भञ्जिनी
वक्रेश्वरी वक्र-रूपा
वक्र-वीक्षण-वीक्षिता

She is the goddess of victory (vijayā), the wife of the Lord of victory (jaya-patnī), the beloved of He who broke the yamalārjuna trees (yamalārjuna-bhañjinī), the queen of the crooked and deceptive (vakreśvarī), graceful (vakra-rūpā), and a girl expert at crooked glances (vakra-vīkṣaṇa-vīkṣitā).

Text 81

aparājitā jagannāthā
jagannātheśvarī yatiḥ
khecarī khecara-sutā
khecaratva-pradāyinī
अपराजिता जगन्नाथा
जगन्नाथेश्वरी यतिः
खेचरी खेचर-सुता
खेचरत्व-प्रदायिनी

She is unconquerable (aparājitā), the queen of the universes (jagannāthā), she who controls the king of the universes (jagannātheśvarī), renounced (yati), a goddess who lives in the celestial worlds (khecarī khecara-sutā), and one who brings others to the celestial worlds (khecaratva-pradāyinī).

Text 82

viṣṇu-vakṣaḥ-sthala-sthā ca
viṣṇu-bhāvana-tatparā
candra-koṭi-sugātrī
ca candrānana-manoharī
विष्णु-वक्षः-स्थल-स्था च
विष्णु-भावन-तत्परा
चन्द्र-कोटि-सुगात्री च
चन्द्रानन-मनोहरी

She rests on Lord Viṣṇu's chest (viṣṇu-vakṣaḥ-sthala-sthā) and is rapt in meditation on Lord Viṣṇu (viṣṇu-bhāvana-tatparā). She is beautiful as millions of moons (candra- koṭi-sugātrī) and Her moonlike face is very beautiful (candrānana-manoharī).

Text 83

sevā-sevyā śivā kṣemā
tathā kṣema-kārī vadhūḥ
yādavendra-vadhūḥ sevyā
śiva-bhaktā śivānvitā
सेवा-सेव्या शिवा क्षेमा
तथा क्षेम-कारी वधूः
यादवेन्द्र-वधूः सेव्या
शिव-भक्ता शिवान्विता

She should be served with devotion (sevā-sevyā). She is Lord Śiva's beloved (śivā). She is patience (kṣemā), patient (kṣema-kārī), a beautiful girl (vadhū), the wife of the Yādavas' king (yādavendra-vadhū), the object of devotional service (sevyā), a great devotee of Lord Śiva (śiva-bhaktā), and Lord Śiva's companion (śivānvitā).

Text 84

kevalā niṣphalā sūkṣmā
mahā-bhīmābhayapradā
jīmūta-rūpā jaimūtī
jitāmitra-pramodinī
केवला निष्फला सूक्ष्मा
महा-भीमाभयप्रदा
जीमूत-रूपा जैमूती
जितामित्र-प्रमोदिनी

She is liberated (kevalā), free from the fruits of karma (niṣphalā), subtle (sūkṣmā), terrifying (mahā-bhīmā), the giver of fearlessness (abhayapradā), the sustainer (jīmūta-rūpā), Lord Viṣṇu's beloved (jaimūtī), and the girl who delights Lord Viṣṇu (jitāmitra-pramodinī).

Text 85

gopāla-vanitā nandā
kulajendra-nivāsinī
jayantī yamunāṅgī ca
yamunā-toṣa-kārinī
गोपाल-वनिता नन्दा
कुलजेन्द्र-निवासिनी
जयन्ती यमुनाङ्गी च
यमुना-तोष-कारिनी

She is Lord Gopāla's beloved (gopāla-vanitā), dear to King Nanda (nandā), of noble birth (kulajā), the resident of a king's palace (indra-nivāsinī), glorious (jayantī), a girl who stays by the Yamunā (yamunāṅgī), and a girl who pleases the Yamunā (yamunā- toṣa-kārinī).

Text 86

kali-kalmaṣa-bhaṅgā ca
kali-kalmaṣa-nāśinī
kali-kalmaṣa-rūpā ca
nityānanda-karī kṛpā
कलि-कल्मष-भङ्गा च
कलि-कल्मष-नाशिनी
कलि-कल्मष-रूपा च
नित्यानन्द-करी कृपा

She breaks and destroys the sins of Kali-yuga (kali-kalmaṣa-bhaṅgā and kali-kalmaṣa- nāśinī). She is expert at enjoying pastimes of quarreling with Lord Kṛṣṇa (kali- kalmaṣa-rūpā). She brings Lord Kṛṣṇa eternal bliss (nityānanda-karī). She is kindness personified (kṛpā).

Text 87

kṛpāvatī kulavatī
kailāsācala-vāsinī
vāma-devī vāma-bhāgā
govinda-priya-kāriṇī
कृपावती कुलवती
कैलासाचल-वासिनी
वाम-देवी वाम-भागा
गोविन्द-प्रिय-कारिणी

She is merciful (kṛpāvatī), born in a very respectable and noble family (kulavatī), the goddess who resides on Mount Kailāsa (kailāsācala-vāsinī), beautiful (vāma-devī and vāma-bhāgā), and she who delights Lord Govinda (govinda-priya-kāriṇī).

Text 88

nagendra-kanyā yogeśī
yoginī yoga-rūpiṇī
yoga-siddhā siddha-rūpā
siddha-kṣetra-nivāsinī
नगेन्द्र-कन्या योगेशी
योगिनी योग-रूपिणी
योग-सिद्धा सिद्ध-रूपा
सिद्ध-क्षेत्र-निवासिनी

She is the daughter of Nāgarāja (nagendra-kanyā), the queen of yoga (yogeśī) a performer of yoga (yoginī), yoga personified (yoga-rūpiṇī), the perfection of yoga (yoga-siddhā), the perfection of yoga personified (siddha-rūpā), and she who resides in a sacred place (siddha-kṣetra-nivāsinī).

Text 89

kṣetrādhiṣṭhātṛ-rūpā ca
kṣetrātītā kula-pradā
keśavānanda-dātrī ca
keśavānanda-dāyinī
क्षेत्राधिष्ठातृ-रूपा च
क्षेत्रातीता कुल-प्रदा
केशवानन्द-दात्री च
केशवानन्द-दायिनी

She is the predominating Deity of sacred places (kṣetrādhiṣṭhātṛ-rūpā), beyond all places in this world (kṣetrātītā), born in a noble family (kula-pradā), and the giver of happiness to Lord Keśava (keśavānanda-dātrī and keśavānanda-dāyinī).

Text 90

keśavā keśava-prītā
keśavī keśava-priyā
rāsa-krīḍā-karī rāsa-
vāsinī rāsa-sundarī
केशवा केशव-प्रीता
केशवी केशव-प्रिया
रास-क्रीडा-करी रास-
वासिनी रास-सुन्दरी

She is Lord Keśava's beloved (keśavā, keśava-prītā, keśavī, and keśava-priyā), the enjoyer of the rāsa-dance pastimes (rāsa-krīḍā-karī), the girl who stays in the rāsa- dance arena (rāsa- vāsinī), and the beautiful girl of the rāasa dance (rāsa-sundarī).

Text 91

gokulānvita-dehā ca
gokulatva-pradāyinī
lavaṅga-nāmnī nāraṅgī
nāraṅga-kula-maṇḍanā
गोकुलान्वित-देहा च
गोकुलत्व-प्रदायिनी
लवङ्ग-नाम्नी नारङ्गी
नारङ्ग-कुल-मण्डना

She stays in Gokula (gokulānvita-dehā), gives residence in Gokula to others (gokulatva-pradāyinī), has a name beautiful as a a lavaṅgha flower (lavaṅga-nāmnī), is amorous (nāraṅgī), and is the transcendental decoration of amorous Kṛṣṇa (nāraṅga- kula-maṇḍanā).

Text 92

elā-lavaṅga-karpūra-
mukha-vāsa-mukhānvitā
mukhyā mukhya-pradā mukhya-
rūpā mukhya-nivāsinī
एला-लवङ्ग-कर्पूर-
मुख-वास-मुखान्विता
मुख्या मुख्य-प्रदा मुख्य-
रूपा मुख्य-निवासिनी

She is anointed with elā, lavaṅga, karpūra and many other fragrances (elā-lavaṅga- karpūra-mukha-vāsa-mukhānvitā), is the most exalted of young girls (mukhyā), gives the most valuable thing (mukhya-pradā), has the most beautiful form (mukhya-rūpā), and lives in the best abode (mukhya-nivāsinī).

Text 93

nārāyaṇī kripātītā
karuṇāmaya-kāriṇī
kāruṇyā karuṇā karṇā
gokarṇā nāga-karṇikā
नारायणी क्रिपातीता
करुणामय-कारिणी
कारुण्या करुणा कर्णा
गोकर्णा नाग-कर्णिका

She is Lord Nārāyaṇa's beloved (nārāyaṇī). She is supremely merciful (kṛpātītā, karuṇāmaya-kāriṇī, kāruṇyā, and karuṇā). She is the sacred place Gokarṇa (gokarṇā), Karṇa (karṇā), and Nāga-karṇikā (nāga-karṇikā).

Text 94

sarpiṇī kaulinī kṣetra-
vāsinī jagad-anvayā
jaṭilā kuṭilā nīlā
nīlāmbaradharā śubhā
सर्पिणी कौलिनी क्षेत्र-
वासिनी जगद्-अन्वया
जटिला कुटिला नीला
नीलाम्बरधरा शुभा

She is graceful (sarpiṇī), born in a noble family (kaulinī), a resident of holy places (kṣetra-vāsinī), the mother of the universes (jagad-anvayā), an ascetic (jaṭilā), crooked (kuṭilā), beauitful (nīlā and śubhā), and dressed in blue garments (nīlāmbaradharā).

Text 95

nīlāmbara-vidhātrī ca
nīlakaṇṭha-priyā tathā
bhaginī bhāginī bhogyā
kṛṣṇa-bhogyā bhageśvarī
नीलाम्बर-विधात्री च
नीलकण्ठ-प्रिया तथा
भगिनी भागिनी भोग्या
कृष्ण-भोग्या भगेश्वरी

She is dressed in blue garments (nīlāmbara-vidhātrī). She is Lord Śiva's beloved (nīlakaṇṭha-priyā). She is beautiful (bhaginī, bhāginī, and bhogyā), Lord Kṛṣṇa's happiness (kṛṣṇa-bhogyā), and the queen of transcendental opulences (bhageśvarī).

Text 96

baleśvarī balārādhyā
kāntā kānta-nitambinī
nitambinī rūpavatī
yuvatī kṛṣṇa-pīvarī
बलेश्वरी बलाराध्या
कान्ता कान्त-नितम्बिनी
नितम्बिनी रूपवती
युवती कृष्ण-पीवरी

She is Lord Balarāma's queen (baleśvarī), worshiped by Lord Balarāma (balārādhyā), beautiful (kāntā and rūpavatī), a girl with beautiful hips (kānta-nitambinī nitambinī), youthful (yuvatī), and Lord Kṛṣṇa's beloved (kṛṣṇa-pīvarī).

Text 97

vibhāvarī vetravatī
saṅkaṭā kuṭilālakā
nārāyaṇa-priyā śalilā
sṛkkaṇī-parimohitā
विभावरी वेत्रवती
सङ्कटा कुटिलालका
नारायण-प्रिया शलिला
सृक्कणी-परिमोहिता

She is amorous (vibhāvarī). She holds a stick (vetravatī). She is slender (saṅkaṭā). Her hair is curly (kuṭilālakā). She is Lord Nārāyaṇa's beloved (nārāyaṇa-priyā). She resides on a hill (śalilā). With the movements of Her mouth She ecnhants Lord Kṛṣṇa (sṛkkaṇī-parimohitā).

Text 98

dṛk-pāta-mohitā prātar-
āśinī navanītikā
navīnā nava-nārī ca
nāraṅga-phala-śobhitā
दृक्-पात-मोहिता प्रातर्-
आशिनी नवनीतिका
नवीना नव-नारी च
नारङ्ग-फल-शोभिता

With a glance She enchants Lord Kṛṣṇa (dṛk-pāta-mohitā). She eats breakfast early (prātar-āśinī) and churns butter (navanītikā). She is young (navīnā nava-nārī), and she is splendid as a nāraṅga fruit (ca nāraṅga-phala-śobhitā).

Text 99

haimī hema-mukhī candra-
mukhī śaśi-su-śobhanā
ardha-candra-dharā candra-
vallabhā rohiṇī tamiḥ
हैमी हेम-मुखी चन्द्र-
मुखी शशि-सु-शोभना
अर्ध-चन्द्र-धरा चन्द्र-
वल्लभा रोहिणी तमिः

She is splendid as gold (haimī). Her face is golden (hema-mukhī). Her face is like the moon (candra-mukhī). She is beautiful as the moon (śaśi-su-śobhanā), like a graceful half-moon (ardha-candra-dharā), dear to moonlike Kṛṣṇa (candra-vallabhā), a beautiful young girl (rohiṇī), and splendid as the night (tami).

Text 100

timiṅgla-kulāmoda-
matsya-rūpāṅga-hāriṇī
kāraṇī sarva-bhūtānāṁ
kāryātītā kiśoriṇī
तिमिङ्ग्ल-कुलामोद-
मत्स्य-रूपाङ्ग-हारिणी
कारणी सर्व-भूतानां
कार्यातीता किशोरिणी

She became the beloved of Lord Matsya and delighted the timiṅgilas (timiṅgla- kulāmoda-matsya-rūpāṅga-hāriṇī). She is the mother of all living entities (kāraṇī sarva-bhūtānāṁ). She is beyond all material duties (kāryātītā). She is a beautiful young girl (kiśoriṇī).

Text 101

kiśora-vallabhā keśa-
kārikā kāma-kārikā
kāmeśvarī kāma-kalā
kālindī-kūla-dīpikā
किशोर-वल्लभा केश-
कारिका काम-कारिका
कामेश्वरी काम-कला
कालिन्दी-कूल-दीपिका

She is youthful Kṛṣṇa's beloved (kiśora-vallabhā). She has beautiful hair (keśa- kārikā). She is passionate (kāma-kārikā), the queen of amorous pastimes (kāmeśvarī), expert at amorous pastimes (kāma-kalā), and the lamp that splendidly shines on the Yamunā's shore (kālindī-kūla-dīpikā).

Text 102

kalindatanayā-tīra-
vāsinī tīra-gehinī
kādambarī-pāna-parā
kusumāmoda-dhāriṇī
कलिन्दतनया-तीर-
वासिनी तीर-गेहिनी
कादम्बरी-पान-परा
कुसुमामोद-धारिणी

She has made Her home on the Yamunā's shore (kalindatanayā-tīra-vāsinī and tīra- gehinī). She is fond of drinking kādambarī nectar (kādambarī-pāna-parā). She is fragrant with many flowers (kusumāmoda-dhāriṇī).

Text 103

kumudā kumudānandā
kṛṣṇeśī kāma-vallabhā
tarkālī vaijayantī ca
nimba-dāḍima-rūpiṇī
कुमुदा कुमुदानन्दा
कृष्णेशी काम-वल्लभा
तर्काली वैजयन्ती च
निम्ब-दाडिम-रूपिणी

She is like a kumuda flower (kumudā). She is pleased by the kumuda flowers (kumudānandā). She is Lord Kṛṣṇa's queen (kṛṣṇeśī) and passionate lover (kāma- vallabhā). She is an expert logician (tarkālī). She is glorious (vaijayantī). Her form is like a nimba or a pomegranate tree (nimba-dāḍima-rūpiṇī).

Text 104

bilva-vṛkṣa-priyā kṛṣṇām-
barā bilvopama-stanī
bilvātmikā bilva-vapur
bilva-vṛkṣa-nivāsinī
बिल्व-वृक्ष-प्रिया कृष्णाम्-
बरा बिल्वोपम-स्तनी
बिल्वात्मिका बिल्व-वपुर्
बिल्व-वृक्ष-निवासिनी

She is fond of the bilva tree (bilva-vṛkṣa-priyā). She is Lord Kṛṣṇa's garment (kṛṣṇāmbarā). Her breasts are like bilva fruits (bilvopama-stanī). Her form is like a bilva tree (bilvātmikā and bilva-vapuḥ). She stays under a bilva tree (bilva-vṛkṣa- nivāsinī).

Text 105

tulasī-toṣikā taiti-
lānanda-paritoṣikā
gaja-muktā mahā-muktā
mahā-mukti-phala-pradā
तुलसी-तोषिका तैति-
लानन्द-परितोषिका
गज-मुक्ता महा-मुक्ता
महा-मुक्ति-फल-प्रदा

She pleases tulasī (tulasī-toṣikā). She pleases Taitilānanda (taitilānanda-paritoṣikā). She is decorated with gaja pearls (gaja-muktā, mahā-muktā, and mahā-mukti-phala- pradā).

Text 106

anaṅga-mohinī śakti-
rūpā śakti-svarūpinī
pañca-śakti-svarūpā ca
śaiśavānanda-kārinī
अनङ्ग-मोहिनी शक्ति-
रूपा शक्ति-स्वरूपिनी
पञ्च-शक्ति-स्वरूपा च
शैशवानन्द-कारिनी

She is is charming and passionate (anaṅga-mohinī). She is Lord Kṛṣṇa's transcendental potency (śakti-rūpā and śakti-svarūpinī). She is the personification of five transcendental potencies (pañca-śakti-svarūpā). She is filled with the happiness of youth (śaiśavānanda-kārinī).

Text 107

gajendra-gāminī śyāma-
latānaṅga-latā tathā
yoṣit-śakti-svarūpā ca
yoṣid-ānanda-kāriṇī
गजेन्द्र-गामिनी श्याम-
लतानङ्ग-लता तथा
योषित्-शक्ति-स्वरूपा च
योषिद्-आनन्द-कारिणी

She is graceful as an elephant (gajendra-gāminī). She is a flowering vine of beauty (śyāma-latā) and a flowering vine of passionate desires (anaṅga-latā). She is the personification of feminine power (yoṣit-śakti-svarūpā) and feminine bliss (yoṣid- ānanda-kāriṇī).

Text 108

prema-priyā prema-rūpā
premānanda-taraṅgiṇī
prema-hārā prema-dātrī
prema-śaktimayī tathā
प्रेम-प्रिया प्रेम-रूपा
प्रेमानन्द-तरङ्गिणी
प्रेम-हारा प्रेम-दात्री
प्रेम-शक्तिमयी तथा

She passionately loves Lord Kṛṣṇa (prema-priyā). She is the form of all transcendental love (prema-rūpā). She is an ocean filled with waves of transcendental love (premānanda-taraṅgiṇī). She is the giver of transcendental love (prema-hārā and prema-dātrī). She is full of the power of transcendental love (prema-śaktimayī).

Text 109

kṛṣṇa-premavatī dhanyā
kṛṣṇa-prema-taraṅgiṇī
prema-bhakti-pradā premā
premānanda-taraṅgiṇī
कृष्ण-प्रेमवती धन्या
कृष्ण-प्रेम-तरङ्गिणी
प्रेम-भक्ति-प्रदा प्रेमा
प्रेमानन्द-तरङ्गिणी

She loves Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-premavatī). She is fortunate (dhanyā). She is an ocean filled with waves of love for Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-prema-taraṅgiṇī). She gives loving devotional service (prema-bhakti-pradā). She is transcendental love (premā). She is an ocean filled with waves of the bliss of transcendental love (premānanda-taraṅgiṇī).

Text 110

prema-krīḍā-parītāṅgī
prema-bhakti-taraṅgiṇī
premārtha-dāyiṇī sarva-
śvetā nitya-taraṅgiṇī
प्रेम-क्रीडा-परीताङ्गी
प्रेम-भक्ति-तरङ्गिणी
प्रेमार्थ-दायिणी सर्व-
श्वेता नित्य-तरङ्गिणी

Her limbs are filled with amorous playfulness (prema-krīḍā-parītāṅgī). She is an ocean filled with waves of loving devotional service (prema-bhakti-taraṅgiṇī). She gives a great wealth of transcendental love (premārtha-dāyiṇī). She is fair (sarvaśvetā), and She is an ocean of eternity (nitya-taraṅgiṇī).

Text 111

hāva-bhāvānvitā raudrā
rudrānanda-prakāśinī
kapilā śṛṅkhalā keśa-
pāśa-sambandhinī ghaṭī
हाव-भावान्विता रौद्रा
रुद्रानन्द-प्रकाशिनी
कपिला शृङ्खला केश-
पाश-सम्बन्धिनी घटी

She is expert at flirting with Lord Kṛṣṇa (hāva-bhāvānvitā). She is Lord Śiva's beloved (raudrā). She delights Lord Śiva (rudrānanda-prakāśinī). She is fair (kapilā). She is the shackle that binds Lord Kṛṣṇa (śṛṅkhalā). She carefully braids Her hair (keśa-pāśa- sambandhinī). She carries a jug (ghaṭī).

Text 112

kuṭīra-vāsinī dhūmrā
dhūmra-keśā jalodarī
brahmāṇḍa-gocarā brahma-
rūpiṇī bhāva-bhāvinī
कुटीर-वासिनी धूम्रा
धूम्र-केशा जलोदरी
ब्रह्माण्ड-गोचरा ब्रह्म-
रूपिणी भाव-भाविनी

She lives in a cottage (kuṭīra-vāsinī). She is Goddess Durgā (dhūmrā). Her hair is dark as smoke (dhūmra-keśā). She resides in the milk-ocean (jalodarī). She has descended to the material world (brahmāṇḍa-gocarā). Her form is spiritual (brahma-rūpiṇī). She is full of transcendental love (bhāva-bhāvinī).

Text 113

saṁsāra-nāśinī śaivā
śaivalānanda-dāyinī
śiśirā hema-rāgāḍbyā
megha-rūpāti-sundarī
संसार-नाशिनी शैवा
शैवलानन्द-दायिनी
शिशिरा हेम-रागाड्ब्या
मेघ-रूपाति-सुन्दरी

She destroys the cycle of repeated birth and death (saṁsāra-nāśinī). She is Lord Śiva's beloved (śaivā). She bears the pleasing fragrance of śaivala (śaivalānanda-dāyinī). She is pleasantly cool (śiśirā), Her complexion is golden (hema-rāgāḍbyā), Her form is glorious as a cloud (megha-rūpā), and She is very beautiful (ati-sundarī).

Text 114

manoramā vegavatī
vegāḍhyā veda-vādinī
dayānvitā dayādhārā
dayā-rūpā susevinī
मनोरमा वेगवती
वेगाढ्या वेद-वादिनी
दयान्विता दयाधारा
दया-रूपा सुसेविनी

She is beautiful (manoramā), quick (vegavatī and vegāḍhyā), eloquent in speaking the Vedas (veda-vādinī), merciful (dayānvitā, dayādhārā, and dayā-rūpā), and the proper object of devotional service (susevinī).

Text 115

kiśora-saṅga-samsargā
gaura-candrānanā kalā
kalādhinātha-vadanā
kalānāthādhirohiṇī
किशोर-सङ्ग-सम्सर्गा
गौर-चन्द्रानना कला
कलाधिनाथ-वदना
कलानाथाधिरोहिणी

She meets youthful Kṛṣṇa (kiśora-saṅga-samsargā), Her face is a brilliant moon (gaura-candrānanā), She is a crescent moon (kalā), Her face is a full moon (kalādhinātha-vadanā), and She is glorious as a full moon (kalānāthādhirohiṇī).

Text 116

virāga-kuśalā hema-
piṅgalā hema-maṇḍanā
bhāṇḍīra-tālavana-gā
kaivartī pīvarī śukī
विराग-कुशला हेम-
पिङ्गला हेम-मण्डना
भाण्डीर-तालवन-गा
कैवर्ती पीवरी शुकी

She is renounced (virāga-kuśalā), Her complexion is golden (hema-piṅgalā), She is decorated with golden ornaments (hema-maṇḍanā), She goes to Bhāṇḍīravana and Tālavana (bhāṇḍīra-tālavana-gā), She catches the fish that is Śrī Kṛṣṇa (kaivartī), She is a beautiful young girl (pīvarī), and She is graceful (śukī).

Text 117

śukadeva-guṇātītā
śukadeva-priyā sakhī
vikalotkarṣiṇī koṣā
kauṣeyāmbara-dhāriṇī
शुकदेव-गुणातीता
शुकदेव-प्रिया सखी
विकलोत्कर्षिणी कोषा
कौषेयाम्बर-धारिणी

Her virtues are beyond the power of Śukadeva Gosvāmī to describe (śukadeva- guṇātītā), She is dear to Śukadeva Gosvāmī (śukadeva-priyā), She is friendly (sakhī), She picks up the fallen and unhappy (vikalotkarṣiṇī), She is a treasure-house of transcendental opulences (koṣā), and She is dressed in elegant silk garments (kauṣeyāmbara-dhāriṇī).

Text 118

koṣāvarī koṣa-rūpā
jagad-utpatti-kārikā
sṛṣṭi-sthiti-karī saṁhā-
riṇī saṁhāra-kāriṇī
कोषावरी कोष-रूपा
जगद्-उत्पत्ति-कारिका
सृष्टि-स्थिति-करी संहा-
रिणी संहार-कारिणी

She is a treasure-house of transcendental opulences (koṣāvarī and koṣa-rūpā), the mother of the universes (jagad-utpatti-kārikā), the creature and maintainer of the universes (sṛṣṭi-sthiti-karī), and the destroyer of the universes (saṁhāriṇī and saṁhāra- kāriṇī).

Text 119

keśa-śaivala-dhātrī ca
candra-gātrī su-komalā
padmāṅgarāga-samrāgā
vindhyādri-parivāsiṇī
केश-शैवल-धात्री च
चन्द्र-गात्री सु-कोमला
पद्माङ्गराग-सम्रागा
विन्ध्याद्रि-परिवासिणी

Her hair is dark moss (keśa-śaivala-dhātrī), and Her limbs are moons (candra-gātrī). She is very gentle and delicate (su-komalā), She is anointed with lotus cosmetics (padmāṅgarāga-samrāgā), and She has a home in the Vindhyā Hills (vindhyādri- parivāsiṇī).

Text 120

vindhyālayā śyāma-sakhī
sakhī saṁsāra-rāgiṇī
bhūtā bhaviṣyā bhavyā ca
bhavya-gātrā bhavātigā
विन्ध्यालया श्याम-सखी
सखी संसार-रागिणी
भूता भविष्या भव्या च
भव्य-गात्रा भवातिगा

She has a home in the Vindhyā Hills (vindhyālayā), is the intimate friend of Lord Kṛṣṇa (śyāma-sakhī), is friendly (sakhī), loves the world (saṁsāra-rāgiṇī), existed in the past (bhūtā), will continue to exist in the future eternally (bhaviṣyā), and exists in the present (bhavyā). Her limbs are beautiful (bhavya-gātrā), and She is beyond the material world of repeated birth and death (bhavātigā).

Text 121

bhava-nāśānta-kāriṇy
ākāśa-rūpā su-veśinī
rati-raṅga-parityāgā
rati-vegā rati-pradā
भव-नाशान्त-कारिण्य्
आकाश-रूपा सु-वेशिनी
रति-रङ्ग-परित्यागा
रति-वेगा रति-प्रदा

She puts an end to the cycle of repeated birth and death (bhava-nāśānta-kāriṇī), Her form is spiritual and subtle (ākāśa-rūpā), She is beautifully dressed (su-veśinī), She left the arena of amorous pastimes (rati-raṅga-parityāgā, and She enjoys the happiness of amorous pastimes (rati-vegā and rati-pradā).

Text 122

tejasvinī tejo-rūpa
kaivalya-patha-dā śubhā
mukti-hetur mukti-hetu-
laṅghinī laṅghana-kṣamā
तेजस्विनी तेजो-रूप
कैवल्य-पथ-दा शुभा
मुक्ति-हेतुर् मुक्ति-हेतु-
लङ्घिनी लङ्घन-क्षमा

She is splendid and powerful (tejasvinī and tejo-rūpa), gives the path of liberation (kaivalya-patha-dā), is beautiful (śubhā), is the cause of liberation (mukti-hetur), jumps over impersonal liberation (mukti-hetu-laṅghinī), and is tolerant of offenses (laṅghana-kṣamā).

Text 123

viśāla-netrā vaisālī
viśāla-kula-sambhavā
viśāla-gṛha-vāsā ca
viśāla-vadarī ratiḥ
विशाल-नेत्रा वैसाली
विशाल-कुल-सम्भवा
विशाल-गृह-वासा च
विशाल-वदरी रतिः

She has large eyes (viśāla-netrā), comes from an exalted family (vaisālī, viśāla-kula- sambhavā,viśāla-gṛha-vāsā, and viśāla-vadarī), and is transcendental happiness personified (rati).

Text 124

bhakty-atītā bhakta-gatir
bhaktikā śiva-bhakti-dā
śiva-śakti-svarūpā ca
śivārdhāṅga-vihāriṇī
भक्त्य्-अतीता भक्त-गतिर्
भक्तिका शिव-भक्ति-दा
शिव-शक्ति-स्वरूपा च
शिवार्धाङ्ग-विहारिणी

By serving Her one crosses beyond the world of repeated birth and death (bhakty- atītā), She is the goal of devotional service (bhakta-gati), She is devotional service (bhaktikā), She gives auspicious devotional service (śiva-bhakti-dā), She is an auspicious potency of the Lord (śiva-śakti-svarūpā), and She enjoys pastimes as the beloved who is half the body of the auspicious Lord (śivārdhāṅga-vihāriṇī).

Text 125

śirīṣa-kusumāmodā
śirīṣa-kusumojjvalā
śirīṣa-mṛdhvī śairīṣi
śirīṣa-kusumākṛtiḥ
शिरीष-कुसुमामोदा
शिरीष-कुसुमोज्ज्वला
शिरीष-मृध्वी शैरीषि
शिरीष-कुसुमाकृतिः

She is fragrant as a śirīṣa flower (śirīṣa-kusumāmodā), splendid as a śirīṣa flower (śirīṣa-kusumojjvalā), soft as aśirīṣa flower (śirīṣa-mṛdhvī), glorious as a śirīṣa flower (śairīṣi), and beautiful as a śirīṣa flower (śirīṣa-kusumākṛti).

Text 126

vāmāṅga-hāriṇī viṣṇoḥ
śiva-bhakti-sukhānvitā
vijitā vijitāmodā
gaganā gaṇa-toṣitā
वामाङ्ग-हारिणी विष्णोः
शिव-भक्ति-सुखान्विता
विजिता विजितामोदा
गगना गण-तोषिता

She stays at Lord Viṣṇu's left side (vāmāṅga-hāriṇī viṣṇoḥ), She is filled with the auspicious happiness of devotional service (śiva-bhakti-sukhānvitā), She is defeated by Lord Kṛṣṇa (vijitā), She is fragrant (vijitāmodā), She is the spiritual sky (gaganā), and She is pleased by Her companions (gaṇa-toṣitā).

Text 127

hayāsyā heramba-sutā
gaṇa-mātā sukheśvarī
duḥkha-hantrī duḥkha-harā
sevitepsita-sarvadā
हयास्या हेरम्ब-सुता
गण-माता सुखेश्वरी
दुःख-हन्त्री दुःख-हरा
सेवितेप्सित-सर्वदा

She is Lord Hayagrīva's beloved (hayāsyā), Heramba's daughter (heramba-sutā), the demigods' mother (gaṇa-mātā), the queen of happiness (sukheśvarī), the destroyer of sufferings (duḥkha-hantrī and duḥkha-harā), and the goddess who grants everything Her servants wish (sevitepsita-sarvadā).

Text 128

sarvajñatva-vidhātrī ca
kula-kṣetra-nivāsinī
lavaṅgā pāṇḍava-sakhī
sakhī-madhya-nivāsinī
सर्वज्ञत्व-विधात्री च
कुल-क्षेत्र-निवासिनी
लवङ्गा पाण्डव-सखी
सखी-मध्य-निवासिनी

She gives omniscience (sarvajñatva-vidhātrī). She stays in Her family's place (kula- kṣetra-nivāsinī). She is a lavaṅga flower (lavaṅgā). She is the Pāṇḍavas' friend (pāṇḍava-sakhī). She stays with Her friends (sakhī-madhya-nivāsinī).

Text 129

grāmyā gītā gayā gamyā
gamanātīta-nirbharā
sarvāṅga-sundarī gaṅgā
gaṅgā-jalamayī tathā
ग्राम्या गीता गया गम्या
गमनातीत-निर्भरा
सर्वाङ्ग-सुन्दरी गङ्गा
गङ्गा-जलमयी तथा

She stays in the village of Vraja (grāmyā). She is glorified in song (gītā). She is the holy city of Gayā (gayā). She is approached by the devotees (gamyā). She cannot be approached by non-devotees (gamanātīta-nirbharā). All Her limbs are very beautiful (sarvāṅga-sundarī). She is the Ganges (gaṅgā and gaṅgā-jalamayī).

Text 130

gaṅgeritā pūta-gātrā
pavitra-kula-dīpikā
pavitra-guṇa-śīlāḍhyā
pavitrānanda-dāyinī
गङ्गेरिता पूत-गात्रा
पवित्र-कुल-दीपिका
पवित्र-गुण-शीलाढ्या
पवित्रानन्द-दायिनी

She is said to be the Ganges (gaṅgeritā). Her body is pure and transcendental (pūta- gātrā). She is a lamp shining in a pure family (pavitra-kula-dīpikā). She is rich with pure virtues and noble character (pavitra-guṇa-śīlāḍhyā). She gives pure transcendental bliss (pavitrānanda-dāyinī).

Text 131

pavitra-guṇa-sīmāḍhyā
pavitra-kula-dipanī
kampamānā kaṁsa-harā
vindhyācala-nivāsinī
पवित्र-गुण-सीमाढ्या
पवित्र-कुल-दिपनी
कम्पमाना कंस-हरा
विन्ध्याचल-निवासिनी

She is rich with the most exalted pure virtues (pavitra-guṇa-sīmāḍhyā). She is a lamp shining in a pure family (pavitra-kula-dipanī). She trembles (kampamānā). She is the beloved of He who killed Kaṁsa (kaṁsa-harā). She has a home in the Vindhyā Hills (vindhyācala-nivāsinī).

Text 132

govardhaneśvarī
govardhana-hāsyā hayākṛtiḥ
mīnāvatārā mineśī
gaganeśī hayā gajī
गोवर्धनेश्वरी
गोवर्धन-हास्या हयाकृतिः
मीनावतारा मिनेशी
गगनेशी हया गजी

She is the queen of Govardhana Hill (govardhaneśvarī). She smiles on Govardhana Hill (govardhana-hāsyā). She is Lord Haragrīva's beloved (hayākṛti and hayā) and Lord Matsya's beloved (mīnāvatārā and mineśī). She is the queen of the spiritual sky (gaganeśī). She is an amorous girl (gajī).

Text 133

hariṇī hariṇī hāra-
dhāriṇī kanakākṛtiḥ
vidyut-prabhā vipra-mātā
gopa-mātā gayeśvarī
हरिणी हरिणी हार-
धारिणी कनकाकृतिः
विद्युत्-प्रभा विप्र-माता
गोप-माता गयेश्वरी

She is beautiful as a doe (hariṇī). She is captivating (hariṇī). She wears a beautiful necklace (hāra-dhāriṇī). Her form is golden (kanakākṛti). She is splendid as lightning (vidyut-prabhā). She is the mother of the brāhmaṇas (vipra-mātā), the mother of the gopas (gopa-mātā). and the queen of Gayā (gayeśvarī).

Text 134

gaveśvarī gaveśī ca
gavīśi gavi-vāsinī
gati-jñā gīta-kuśalā
danujendra-nivāriṇī
गवेश्वरी गवेशी च
गवीशि गवि-वासिनी
गति-ज्ञा गीत-कुशला
दनुजेन्द्र-निवारिणी

She is the queen of the surabhi cows (gaveśvarī, gaveśī, and gavīśi). She lives in the cowherd village of Vraja (gavi-vāsinī). She knows the real goal of life (gati-jñā). Her glories are sung in beautiful songs (gīta-kuśalā). She stopped the king of the demons (danujendra-nivāriṇī).

Text 135

nirvāṇa-dātrī nairvāṇī
hetu-yuktā gayottarā
parvatādhinivāsā ca
nivāsa-kuśalā tathā
निर्वाण-दात्री नैर्वाणी
हेतु-युक्ता गयोत्तरा
पर्वताधिनिवासा च
निवास-कुशला तथा

She gives liberation (nirvāṇa-dātrī). She is liberated (nairvāṇī). She is an expert logician (hetu-yuktā). She is the queen of Gayā (gayottarā). She lives on a mountain (parvatādhinivāsā). She brings beauty and auspiciousness to Her home (nivāsa- kuśalā).

Text 136

sannyāsa-dharma-kuśalā
sannyāseśī śaran-mukhī
śarac-candra-mukhī śyāma-
hārā kṣetra-nivāsinī
सन्न्यास-धर्म-कुशला
सन्न्यासेशी शरन्-मुखी
शरच्-चन्द्र-मुखी श्याम-
हारा क्षेत्र-निवासिनी

She is beautiful with renunciation (sannyāsa-dharma-kuśalā). She is the queen of renunciation (sannyāsīs (sannyāseśī). Her face is like autumn (śaran-mukhi). Her face is an autumn moon (śarac-candra-mukhī). She is a necklace worn by Lord Kṛṣṇa (śyāma-hārā). She lives in a sacred place (kṣetra-nivāsinī).

Text 137

vasanta-rāga-samrāgā
vasanta-vasanākṛtiḥ
catur-bhujā śaḍ-bhujā
dvi-bhujā gaura-vigrahā
वसन्त-राग-सम्रागा
वसन्त-वसनाकृतिः
चतुर्-भुजा शड्-भुजा
द्वि-भुजा गौर-विग्रहा

The melodies of vasanta-rāga fill Her with amorous desires (vasanta-rāga-samrāgā). Her form is filled with the desires of spring (vasanta-vasanākṛti). Sometimes She has four arms (catur-bhujā), and sometimes six arms (śaḍ-bhujā). She has two arms (dvi- bhujā) and Her complexion is fair (gaura-vigrahā).

Text 138

sahasrāsyā vihāsyā ca
mudrāsyā mada-dāyinī
prāṇa-priyā prāṇa-rūpa
prāṇa-rūpiṇy apāvṛtā
सहस्रास्या विहास्या च
मुद्रास्या मद-दायिनी
प्राण-प्रिया प्राण-रूप
प्राण-रूपिण्य् अपावृता

She is the beloved of thousand-headed Lord Ananta Śeṣa (sahasrāsyā). She laughs (vihāsyā). Her face is very expressive (mudrāsyā). She fills Lord Kṛṣṇa with amorous passion (mada-dāyinī). She is more dear to Him than life (prāṇa-priyā, prāṇa-rūpa, and prāṇa-rūpiṇī). She appears before Her devotees (apāvṛtā).

Text 139

kṛṣṇa-prītā kṛṣṇa-ratā
kṛṣṇa-tośaṇa-tat-parā
kṛṣṇa-prema-ratā kṛṣṇa-
bhaktā bhakta-phala-pradā
कृष्ण-प्रीता कृष्ण-रता
कृष्ण-तोशण-तत्-परा
कृष्ण-प्रेम-रता कृष्ण-
भक्ता भक्त-फल-प्रदा

She pleases Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-prītā and kṛṣṇa-ratā). She is devoted to pleasing Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-tośaṇa-tat-parā). She loves Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-prema-ratā and kṛṣṇa- bhaktā). She gives Her devotees the fruits of their service (bhakta-phala-pradā).

Text 140

kṛṣṇa-premā prema-bhaktā
hari-bhakti-pradāyinī
caitanya-rūpā caitanya-
priyā caitanya-rūpiṇī
कृष्ण-प्रेमा प्रेम-भक्ता
हरि-भक्ति-प्रदायिनी
चैतन्य-रूपा चैतन्य-
प्रिया चैतन्य-रूपिणी

She loves Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-premā and prema-bhaktā). She gives others devotion to Lord Kṛṣṇa (hari-bhakti-pradāyinī). She is present in the form of Lord Caitanya (caitanya- rūpā and caitanya-rūpiṇī). She is dear to Lord Caitanya (caitanya-priyā).

Text 141

ugra-rūpā śiva-kroḍā
kṛṣṇa-kroḍā jalodarī
mahodarī mahā-durga-
kāntāra-sustha-vāsiṇī
उग्र-रूपा शिव-क्रोडा
कृष्ण-क्रोडा जलोदरी
महोदरी महा-दुर्ग-
कान्तार-सुस्थ-वासिणी

She manifests the terrible form of Durgā-devī (ugra-rūpā), where She sits on Lord Śiva's lap (śiva-kroḍā). She sits on Lord Kṛṣṇa's lap (kṛṣṇa-kroḍā). She rests on the milk-ocean (jalodarī). She descends to the material world (mahodarī). She happily lives in a great forest that is like an unapproachablefortress (mahā-durga-kāntāra- sustha-vāsiṇī).

Text 142

candrāvalī candra-keśī
candra-prema-taraṅgiṇī
samudra-mathanodbhūtā
samudra-jala-vāsinī
चन्द्रावली चन्द्र-केशी
चन्द्र-प्रेम-तरङ्गिणी
समुद्र-मथनोद्भूता
समुद्र-जल-वासिनी

She is glorious as a host of moons (candrāvalī and candra-keśī). She is an ocean the moon of Śrī Kṛṣṇa fills with waves of love (candra-prema-taraṅgiṇī). She was born from the churning of the milk-ocean (samudra-mathanodbhūtā) and She resides on the ocean of milk (samudra-jala-vāsinī).

Text 143

samudrāmṛta-rupā ca
samudra-jala-vāsikā
keśa-pāśa-ratā nidrā
kṣudhā prema-taraṅgikā
समुद्रामृत-रुपा च
समुद्र-जल-वासिका
केश-पाश-रता निद्रा
क्षुधा प्रेम-तरङ्गिका

Her form is an ocean of nectar (samudrāmṛta-rupā). She resides on the milk-ocean (samudra-jala-vāsikā). She carefully braids Her hair (keśa-pāśa-ratā). She is sleep (nidrā), hunger (kṣudhā), and an ocean filled with waves of love (prema-taraṅgikā).

Text 144

dūrvā-dala-śyāma-tanur
dūrvā-dala-tanu-ccbaviḥ
nāgarā nāgari-rāgā
nāgarānanda-kāriṇī
दूर्वा-दल-श्याम-तनुर्
दूर्वा-दल-तनु-च्च्बविः
नागरा नागरि-रागा
नागरानन्द-कारिणी

Her form is glorious as a blade of dūrvā grass (dūrvā-dala-śyāma-tanu and dūrvā-dala- tanu-ccbavi). She is hero Kṛṣṇa's beloved (nāgarā). She is His passionate heroine (nāgari-rāgā). She delights the hero Kṛṣṇa (nāgarānanda-kāriṇī).

Text 145

nāgarāliṅgana-parā
nāgarāṅgana-maṅgalā
ucca-nīcā haimavatī
priyā kṛṣṇa-taraṅga-dā
नागरालिङ्गन-परा
नागराङ्गन-मङ्गला
उच्च-नीचा हैमवती
प्रिया कृष्ण-तरङ्ग-दा

She earnestly embraces the hero Kṛṣṇa (nāgarāliṅgana-parā). She is happy to embrace the hero Kṛṣṇa (nāgarāṅgana-maṅgalā). She is very humble (ucca-nīcā). She is Goddess Pārvatī (haimavatī). She is Lord Kṛṣṇa's beloved (priyā). She is an ocean filled with waves of love for Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-taraṅga-dā).

Text 146

premāliṅgana-siddhāṅgī
siddhā sādhya-vilāsikā
maṅgalāmoda-jananī
mekhalāmoda-dhāriṇī
प्रेमालिङ्गन-सिद्धाङ्गी
सिद्धा साध्य-विलासिका
मङ्गलामोद-जननी
मेखलामोद-धारिणी

Her body is expert at lovingly embracing Lord Kṛṣṇa (premāliṅgana-siddhāṅgī). She is perfect (siddhā). She enjoys transcendental pastimes (sādhya-vilāsikā). She is the mother of auspiciousness and bliss (maṅgalāmoda-jananī). She wears a glorious belt and is scented with a sweet fragrance (mekhalāmoda-dhāriṇī).

Text 147

ratna-mañjīra-bhūṣāṅgī
ratna-bhūṣaṇa-bhūṣaṇā
jambāla-mālikā kṛṣṇa-
prāṇā prāṇa-vimocanā
रत्न-मञ्जीर-भूषाङ्गी
रत्न-भूषण-भूषणा
जम्बाल-मालिका कृष्ण-
प्राणा प्राण-विमोचना

Her limbs are decorated with tinkling jewel ornaments (ratna-mañjīra-bhūṣāṅgī). She is the ornament that decorates Her jewel ornaments (ratna-bhūṣaṇa-bhūṣaṇā). She wears a garland of ketakī flowers (jambāla-mālikā). Lord Kṛṣṇa is Her life-breath (kṛṣṇa-prāṇā). She has surrendered Her life to Lord Kṛṣṇa (prāṇa-vimocanā).

Text 148

satya-pradā satyavatī
sevakānanda-dāyikā
jagad-yonir jagad-bījā
vicitra-maṇi-bhūṣaṇā
सत्य-प्रदा सत्यवती
सेवकानन्द-दायिका
जगद्-योनिर् जगद्-बीजा
विचित्र-मणि-भूषणा

She is truthful (satya-pradā and satyavatī). She gives the bliss of devotional service (sevakānanda-dāyikā). She is the mother of the universe (jagad-yoni and jagad-bījā). She is decorated with wonderful and colorful jewels (vicitra-maṇi-bhūṣaṇā).

Text 149

rādhā-ramaṇa-kāntā ca
rādhyā rādhana-rūpiṇī
kailāsa-vāsinī kṛṣṇa-
prāṇa-sarvasva-dāyinī
राधा-रमण-कान्ता च
राध्या राधन-रूपिणी
कैलास-वासिनी कृष्ण-
प्राण-सर्वस्व-दायिनी

She is the beloved of Lord Rādhāramaṇa (rādhā-ramaṇa-kāntā), the perfect object of worship (rādhyā), and the personification of devotional service (rādhana-rūpiṇī). She resides on Kailāsa Hill (kailāsa-vāsinī). She has dedicated Her life and everything She has to Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-prāṇa-sarvasva-dāyinī).

Text 150

kṛṣṇāvatāra-niratā
kṛṣṇa-bhakta-phalārthinī
yācakāyācakānanda-
kāriṇī yācakojjvalā
कृष्णावतार-निरता
कृष्ण-भक्त-फलार्थिनी
याचकायाचकानन्द-
कारिणी याचकोज्ज्वला

She devotedly serves Lord Kṛṣṇa's incarnations (kṛṣṇāvatāra-niratā). She gives Lord Kṛṣṇa's devotees the fruits of their services (kṛṣṇa-bhakta-phalārthinī) and whether they ask for it or not She gives them transcendental bliss (yācakāyācakānanda-kāriṇī). She gloriously appears before they who offer prayers to Her (yācakojjvalā).

Text 151

hari-bhūṣaṇa-bhuṣāḍhyā-
nanda-yuktārdra-pada-gā
hai-hai-tāla-dharā thai-thai-
śabda-śakti-prakāśinī
हरि-भूषण-भुषाढ्या-
नन्द-युक्तार्द्र-पद-गा
है-है-ताल-धरा थै-थै-
शब्द-शक्ति-प्रकाशिनी

She is decorated with ornaments that decorate Lord Hari's ornaments (hari-bhūṣaṇa- bhuṣāḍhyā). She is blissful (ānanda-yuktā). She is half of Lord Lord Kṛṣṇa (ardra- pāda-gā). She expertly beats the rhythm hai hai (hai-hai-tāla-dharā) and the rhythm thai thai (thai-thai-śabda-śakti-prakāśinī).

Text 152

he-he-śabda-svarupā ca
hi-hi-vākya-viśāradā
jagad-ānanda-kartrī ca
sāndrānanda-viśāradā
हे-हे-शब्द-स्वरुपा च
हि-हि-वाक्य-विशारदा
जगद्-आनन्द-कर्त्री च
सान्द्रानन्द-विशारदा

She expertly sings "Oh! Oh!" (he-he-śabda-svarupā and hi-hi-vākya-viśāradā). She fills the world with bliss (jagad-ānanda-kartrī). She is expert at enjoying intense transcendental bliss (sāndrānanda-viśāradā).

Text 153

paṇḍitā paṇḍita-guṇā
paṇḍitānanda-kāriṇī
paripālana-kartrī ca
tathā sthiti-vinodinī
पण्डिता पण्डित-गुणा
पण्डितानन्द-कारिणी
परिपालन-कर्त्री च
तथा स्थिति-विनोदिनी

She is wise and learned (paṇḍitā). She has the virtues of the wise (paṇḍita-guṇā). She delights the wise (paṇḍitānanda-kāriṇī). She protects the devotees (paripālana-kartrī). She enjoys transcendental pastimes in Her home (sthiti-vinodinī).

Text 154

tathā samhāra-śabdāḍhyā
vidvaj-jana-manoharā
viduṣāṁ prīti-jananī
vidvat-prema-vivardhinī
तथा सम्हार-शब्दाढ्या
विद्वज्-जन-मनोहरा
विदुषां प्रीति-जननी
विद्वत्-प्रेम-विवर्धिनी

She is eloquent (samhāra-śabdāḍhyā). She enchants the wise (vidvaj-jana-manoharā). She is the mother of happiness for the wise (viduṣāṁ prīti-jananī). She increases the love the wise feel for Lord Kṛṣṇa (vidvat-prema-vivardhinī).

Text 155

nādeśī nāda-rūpā ca
nāda-bindu-vidhāriṇī
śūnya-sthāna-sthitā śūnya-
rūpa-pādapa-vāsinī
नादेशी नाद-रूपा च
नाद-बिन्दु-विधारिणी
शून्य-स्थान-स्थिता शून्य-
रूप-पादप-वासिनी

She is the queen of words (nādeśī). She is eloquent words personified (nāda-rūpā). She concisely speaks a droplet of words (nāda-bindu-vidhāriṇī). She stays in a place far beyond the material realm (śūnya-sthāna-sthitā). She stays under a tree far beyond the material realm (śūnya- rūpa-pādapa-vāsinī).

Text 156

kārttika-vrata-kartrī ca
vasanā-hāriṇī tathā
jala-śāyā jala-talā
śilā-tala-nivāsinī
कार्त्तिक-व्रत-कर्त्री च
वसना-हारिणी तथा
जल-शाया जल-तला
शिला-तल-निवासिनी

She performs the vow of Kārttika-vrata (kārttika-vrata-kartrī). She takes away material desires (vasanā-hāriṇī). She resides on the milk-ocean (jala-śāyā and jala- talā) and on a hill (śilā-tala-nivāsinī).

Text 157

kṣudra-kīṭāṅga-samsargā
saṅga-dośa-vināśinī
koṭi-kandarpa-lāvaṇyā
kandarpa-koṭi-sundarī
क्षुद्र-कीटाङ्ग-सम्सर्गा
सङ्ग-दोश-विनाशिनी
कोटि-कन्दर्प-लावण्या
कन्दर्प-कोटि-सुन्दरी

She will show Her mercy to the most insignificant creature (kṣudra-kīṭāṅga- samsargā). She cures the disease born of contact with the material energy (saṅga-doṣa- vināśinī). She is more beautiful than many millions of Kāmadevas (koṭi-kandarpa- lāvaṇyā and kandarpa-koṭi-sundarī).

Text 158

kandarpa-koṭi-jananī
kāma-bīja-pradāyinī
kāma-śāstra-vinodā ca
kāma-śāstra-prakāśinī
कन्दर्प-कोटि-जननी
काम-बीज-प्रदायिनी
काम-शास्त्र-विनोदा च
काम-शास्त्र-प्रकाशिनी

She is the mother of millions of Kāmadevas (kandarpa-koṭi-jananī). She gives the seed of the desire to attain Lord Kṛṣṇa (kāma-bīja-pradāyinī). She is expert in the science of amorous pastimes (kāma-śāstra-vinodā and kāma-śāstra-prakāśinī).

Text 159

kāma-prakāśikā kāminy
aṇimādy-aṣṭa-siddhi-dā
yāminī yāminī-nātha-
vadanā yāminīśvarī
काम-प्रकाशिका कामिन्य्
अणिमाद्य्-अष्ट-सिद्धि-दा
यामिनी यामिनी-नाथ-
वदना यामिनीश्वरी

She is an amorous girl (kāma-prakāśikā and kāminī). She grants the eight mystic perfections, beginning with aṇimā (aṇimādy-aṣṭa-siddhi-dā). She is in control of Her senses (yāminī) and She is the leader of all restrained, self-controlled girls (yāminī- nātha-vadanā and yāminīśvarī).

Text 160

yāga-yoga-harā bhukti-
mukti-dātrī hiraṇya-dā
kapāla-mālinī devī
dhāma-rūpiṇy apūrva-dā
याग-योग-हरा भुक्ति-
मुक्ति-दात्री हिरण्य-दा
कपाल-मालिनी देवी
धाम-रूपिण्य् अपूर्व-दा

She gives the results of Vedic sacrififces (yāga-yoga-harā). She gives sense gratification and liberation (bhukti-mukti-dātrī). She gives gold (hiraṇya-dā). As Durgā-devī, She wears a garland of skulls (kapāla-mālinī). She is a goddess (devī). Her form is splendid and glorious (dhāma-rūpiṇī). She gives what has never been given before (apūrva-dā).

Text 161

kṛpānvitā guṇā gauṇyā
guṇātīta-phala-pradā
kuṣmāṇḍa-bhūta-vetāla-
nāśinī śaradānvitā
कृपान्विता गुणा गौण्या
गुणातीत-फल-प्रदा
कुष्माण्ड-भूत-वेताल-
नाशिनी शरदान्विता

She is merciful (kṛpānvitā), virtuous (guṇā), and the most important (gauṇyā). She gives a result that is beyond the three modes of material nature (guṇātīta-phala-pradā). She kills the kuṣmaṇḍas, bhūtas, and vetālas (kuṣmāṇḍa-bhūta-vetāla-nāśinī). She is glorious like autumn (śaradānvitā).

Text 162

sītalā śavalā helā
līlā lāvaṇya-maṅgalā
vidyārthinī vidyamānā
vidyā vidyā-svarūpiṇī
सीतला शवला हेला
लीला लावण्य-मङ्गला
विद्यार्थिनी विद्यमाना
विद्या विद्या-स्वरूपिणी

She is pleasingly cool (sītalā). She has a great variety of virtues (śavalā). She is happiness (helā) and playfulness (līlā). She is beautiful and auspicious (lāvaṇya- maṅgalā). She is an earnest student (vidyārthinī). She is known by the devotees (vidyamānā). She is knowledge personified (vidyā and vidyā-svarūpiṇī).

Text 163

ānvīkṣikī śāstra-rūpā
śāstra-siddhāṇṭa-kāriṇī
nāgendrā nāga-mātā ca
krīḍā-kautuka-rūpiṇī
आन्वीक्षिकी शास्त्र-रूपा
शास्त्र-सिद्धाण्ट-कारिणी
नागेन्द्रा नाग-माता च
क्रीडा-कौतुक-रूपिणी

She is the science of logic (ānvīkṣikī), the Vedas personified (śāstra-rūpā), the teacher of the Vedas' final conclusion (śāstra-siddhāṇṭa-kāriṇī, the beloved of Lord Śeṣa (nāgendrā), the mother of the snakes (nāga-mātā) and playful and happy (krīḍā- kautuka-rūpiṇī).

Text 164

hari-bhāvana-śīlā ca
hari-toṣaṇa-tat-parā
hari-prāṇā hara-prāṇā
śiva-prāṇā śivānvitā
हरि-भावन-शीला च
हरि-तोषण-तत्-परा
हरि-प्राणा हर-प्राणा
शिव-प्राणा शिवान्विता

She meditates on Lord Hari (hari-bhāvana-śīlā), and is dedicated to pleasing Lord Hari (hari-toṣaṇa-tat-parā). She is Lord Hari's life and soul (hari-prāṇā), Lord Śiva's life and soul (hara-prāṇā and śiva-prāṇā), and Lord Śiva's companion (śivānvitā).

Text 165

narakārṇava-saṁhantrī
narakārṇava-nāśinī
nareśvarī narātītā
nara-sevyā narāṅganā
नरकार्णव-संहन्त्री
नरकार्णव-नाशिनी
नरेश्वरी नरातीता
नर-सेव्या नराङ्गना

She destroys the ocean of hellish sufferings (narakārṇava-saṁhantrī and narakārṇava- nāśinī). She is the queen of humans (nareśvarī), is beyond the world of humans (narātītā), should be served by humans (nara-sevyā), and is like an ordinary human girl (narāṅganā).

Text 166

yaśodānandana-prāṇa-
vallabhā hari-vallabhā
yaśodānandanāramyā
yaśodānandaneśvarī
यशोदानन्दन-प्राण-
वल्लभा हरि-वल्लभा
यशोदानन्दनारम्या
यशोदानन्दनेश्वरी

For Yaśodā's son She is more dear than life (yaśodānandana-prāṇa-vallabhā). She is dear to Lord Hari (hari-vallabhā). She delights Yaśodā's son (yaśodānandanāramyā). She is the queen of Yaśodā's son (yaśodānandaneśvarī).

Text 167

yaśodānandanākriḍā
yaśodā-kroḍa-vāsinī
yaśodānandana-prāṇā
yaśodānandanārthadā
यशोदानन्दनाक्रिडा
यशोदा-क्रोड-वासिनी
यशोदानन्दन-प्राणा
यशोदानन्दनार्थदा

She enjoys pastimes with Yaśodā's son (yaśodānandanākriḍā), sits on the lap of Yaśodā's son (yaśodā-kroḍa-vāsinī), is the life and soul of Yaśodā's son (yaśodānandana-prāṇā), and fulfills the desires of Yaśodā's son (yaśodānandanārthadā).

Text 168

vatsalā kauśalā kālā
karuṇārṇava-rūpiṇī
svarga-lakṣmīr bhūmi-lakṣmīr
draupadī pāṇḍava-priyā
वत्सला कौशला काला
करुणार्णव-रूपिणी
स्वर्ग-लक्ष्मीर् भूमि-लक्ष्मीर्
द्रौपदी पाण्डव-प्रिया

She is affectionate (vatsalā), expert (kauśalā), beautiful (kālā), and an ocean of mercy (karuṇārṇava-rūpiṇī). She is heavenly opulence (svarga-lakṣmī) and earthly opulence (bhūmi-lakṣmī). She is Draupadī (draupadī), who is dear to the Pāṇḍavas (pāṇḍava- priyā).

Text 169

tathārjuna-sakhī bhaumī
bhaimī bhīma-kulodvahā
bhuvanā mohanā kṣīṇā
pānāsakta-tarā tathā
तथार्जुन-सखी भौमी
भैमी भीम-कुलोद्वहा
भुवना मोहना क्षीणा
पानासक्त-तरा तथा

She is Arjuna's friend (arjuna-sakhī), a resident of the earth (bhaumī), very exalted (bhaimī), born in an exalted family (bhīma-kulodvahā), a resident of the material worlds (bhuvanā), charming (mohanā), slender (kṣīṇā), and fond of betelnuts (pānāsakta-tarā).

Text 170

pānārthinī pāna-pātrā
pāna-pānanda-dāyinī
dugdha-manthana-karmāḍhyā
dugdha-manthana-tat-parā
पानार्थिनी पान-पात्रा
पान-पानन्द-दायिनी
दुग्ध-मन्थन-कर्माढ्या
दुग्ध-मन्थन-तत्-परा

She begs for betelnuts (pānārthinī), is Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa's betelnut cup (pāna-pātrā), and gives the happiness of chewing betelnuts (pāna-pānanda-dāyinī). She dutifully churns milk (dugdha-manthana-karmāḍhyā and dugdha-manthana-tat-parā).

Text 171

dadhi-bhāṇḍārthinī
kṛṣṇa-krodhinī nandanāṅganā
ghṛta-liptā takra-yuktā
yamunā-pāra-kautukā
दधि-भाण्डार्थिनी
कृष्ण-क्रोधिनी नन्दनाङ्गना
घृत-लिप्ता तक्र-युक्ता
यमुना-पार-कौतुका

Lord Kṛṣṇa asks for Her jug of yogurt (dadhi-bhāṇḍārthinī). She becomes angry at Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-krodhinī). Sheb is a delightful girl (nandanāṅganā) anointed with ghee (ghṛta-liptā), carring buttermilk (takra-yuktā), and eager to cross to the Yamunā's other shore (yamunā-pāra-kautukā).

Text 172

vicitra-kathakā
kṛṣṇa-hāsya-bhāṣaṇa-tat-parā
gopāṅganāveṣṭitā ca
kṛṣṇa-saṅgārthinī tathā
विचित्र-कथका
कृष्ण-हास्य-भाषण-तत्-परा
गोपाङ्गनावेष्टिता च
कृष्ण-सङ्गार्थिनी तथा

She speaks wonderful and colorful words (vicitra-kathakā). Her words mock Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-hāsya-bhāṣaṇa-tat-parā). She is surrounded by the gopīs (gopāṅganāveṣṭitā). She yearns for Lord Kṛṣṇa's company (kṛṣṇa-saṅgārthinī).

Text 173

rāsāsaktā rāsa-ratir
āsavāsakta-vāsanā
haridrā haritā hāriṇy
ānandārpita-cetanā
रासासक्ता रास-रतिर्
आसवासक्त-वासना
हरिद्रा हरिता हारिण्य्
आनन्दार्पित-चेतना

She is attached to the rāsa dance (rāsāsaktā) and She enjoys the rāsa dance (rāsa-rati). She is attached to drinking āsava nectar (āsavāsakta-vāsanā). Her complexion is fair (haridrā and haritā) and She is charming (hāriṇī). She brings bliss to the heart (ānandārpita-cetanā).

Text 174

niścaitanyā ca niścetā
tathā dāru-haridrikā
subalasya svasā
kṛṣṇa-bhāryā bhāṣāti-veginī
निश्चैतन्या च निश्चेता
तथा दारु-हरिद्रिका
सुबलस्य स्वसा
कृष्ण-भार्या भाषाति-वेगिनी

She faints with love of Kṛṣṇa (niścaitanyā and niścetā) and becomes like a golden doll made of wood (dāru-haridrikā). She is Subala's sister (subalasya svasā), and Kṛṣṇa's wife (kṛṣṇa-bhāryā). She is very eloquent (bhāṣāti-veginī).

Text 175

śrīdāmasya śakhī
dāma-dāminī dāma-dhāriṇī
kailāsinī keśinī ca
harid-ambara-dhāriṇī
श्रीदामस्य शखी
दाम-दामिनी दाम-धारिणी
कैलासिनी केशिनी च
हरिद्-अम्बर-धारिणी

She is Śrīdāmā's friend (śrīdāmasya śakhī). She is glorious (dāma-dāminī and dāma- dhāriṇī). She is Pārvatī (kailāsinī). She has beautiful hair (keśinī). She wears blue garments (harid-ambara-dhāriṇī).

Text 176

hari-sānnidhya-dātrī ca
hari-kautuka-maṅgalā
hari-pradā hari-dvārā
yamunā-jala-vāsinī
हरि-सान्निध्य-दात्री च
हरि-कौतुक-मङ्गला
हरि-प्रदा हरि-द्वारा
यमुना-जल-वासिनी

She stays by Lord Kṛṣṇa's side (hari-sānnidhya-dātrī). She is very happy to stay with Lord Kṛṣṇa (hari-kautuka-maṅgalā). She gives Lord Hari (hari-pradā) and She is the door to Lord Hari (hari-dvārā). She resides by the Yamunā (yamunā-jala-vāsinī).

Text 177

jaitra-pradā jitārthī ca
caturā cāturī tamī
tamisrā''tāpa-rūpā ca
raudra-rūpā yaśo-'rthinī
जैत्र-प्रदा जितार्थी च
चतुरा चातुरी तमी
तमिस्राऽऽताप-रूपा च
रौद्र-रूपा यशो-ऽर्थिनी

She gives victory (jaitra-pradā). She has conquered Her desires (jitārthī). She is expert and intelligent (caturā and cāturī). She is darkness (tamī and tamisrā). She is austerity (ātapa-rūpā). She is ferocious (raudra-rūpā). She is famous (yaśo-'rthinī).

Text 178

kṛṣṇārthinī kṛṣṇa-kalā
kṛṣṇānanda-vidhāyinī
kṛṣṇārtha-vāsanā
kṛṣṇa-rāginī bhava-bhāvinī
कृष्णार्थिनी कृष्ण-कला
कृष्णानन्द-विधायिनी
कृष्णार्थ-वासना
कृष्ण-रागिनी भव-भाविनी

She yearns to associate with Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇārthinī). She is an expansion of Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-kalā). She delights Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇānanda-vidhāyinī). She yearns to associate with Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇārtha-vāsanā), and She passionately loves Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇa-rāginī and bhava-bhāvinī).

Text 179

kṛṣṇārtha-rahitā bhaktā
bhakta-bhukti-śubha-pradā
śrī-kṛṣṇa-rahitā dīnā
tathā virahiṇī hareḥ
कृष्णार्थ-रहिता भक्ता
भक्त-भुक्ति-शुभ-प्रदा
श्री-कृष्ण-रहिता दीना
तथा विरहिणी हरेः

She has no desire except to associate with Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇārtha-rahitā). She is devoted to Lord Kṛṣṇa (bhaktā). She gives happiness and auspiciousness to the devotees (bhakta-bhukti-śubha-pradā). Separated from Lord Kṛṣṇa (śrī-kṛṣṇa-rahitā), She becomes very poor and wretched (dīnā). This happens when She is separated from Lord Hari (virahiṇī hareḥ).

Text 180

mathurā mathurā-rāja-
geha-bhāvana-bhāvanā
śrī-kṛṣṇa-bhāvanāmodā
tatho'nmāda-vidhāyinī
मथुरा मथुरा-राज-
गेह-भावन-भावना
श्री-कृष्ण-भावनामोदा
तथोऽन्माद-विधायिनी

She stays in Mathurā (mathurā). When He stays in the home of Mathurā's king, Lord Kṛṣṇa always thinks of Her (mathurā-rāja- geha-bhāvana-bhāvanā). She is happy when She can think of Lord Kṛṣṇa (śrī-kṛṣṇa-bhāvanāmodā). She is mad with love for Lord Kṛṣṇa (unmāda-vidhāyinī).

Text 181

kṛṣṇārtha-vyākulā kṛṣṇa-
sāra-carma-dharā śubhā
alakeśvara-pūjyā ca
kuvereśvara-vallabhā
कृष्णार्थ-व्याकुला कृष्ण-
सार-चर्म-धरा शुभा
अलकेश्वर-पूज्या च
कुवेरेश्वर-वल्लभा

She is agitated with the desire to attain Lord Kṛṣṇa (kṛṣṇārtha-vyākulā). She is the beloved of Lord Śiva, who wears a deerskin (kṛṣṇasāra-carma-dharā). She is beautiful (śubhā). She is worshiped by Kuvera (alakeśvara-pūjyā) and She is dear to Kuvera's master, Lord Śiva (kuvereśvara-vallabhā).

Text 182

dhana-dhānya-vidhātrī ca
jāyā kāyā hayā hayī
praṇavā praṇaveśī ca
praṇavārtha-svarūpiṇī
धन-धान्य-विधात्री च
जाया काया हया हयी
प्रणवा प्रणवेशी च
प्रणवार्थ-स्वरूपिणी

She gives great wealth (dhana-dhānya-vidhātrī). She is Lord Kṛṣṇa 's wife (jāyā). Her form is spiritual (kāyā). She is the beloved of Lord Hayagrīva (hayā and hayī). She is the sacred syllable Oṁ (praṇavā), the queen of the sacred syylable Oṁ (praṇaveśī), and the personification of the sacred syllable Oṁ (praṇavārtha-svarūpiṇī).

Text 183

brahma-viṣṇu-śivārdhāṅga-
hāriṇī śaiva-śiṁsapā
rākṣasī-nāśinī bhūta-
preta-prāṇa-vināśinī
ब्रह्म-विष्णु-शिवार्धाङ्ग-
हारिणी शैव-शिंसपा
राक्षसी-नाशिनी भूत-
प्रेत-प्राण-विनाशिनी

She is the other half of Lord Viṣṇu, Lord Śiva, and Lord Brahmā (brahma-viṣṇu- śivārdhāṅga-hāriṇī). She is Lord Śiva's beloved (śaiva-śiṁsapā). She kills the demonesses (rākṣasī-nāśinī). She kills the bhūtas and pretas (bhūta-preta-prāṇa- vināśinī).

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sakalepsita-dātrī ca
śacī sādhvī arundhatī
pati-vratā pati-prāṇā
pati-vākya-vinodinī
aśeṣa-sādhanī kalpa-
vāsinī kalpa-rūpiṇī
सकलेप्सित-दात्री च
शची साध्वी अरुन्धती
पति-व्रता पति-प्राणा
पति-वाक्य-विनोदिनी
अशेष-साधनी कल्प-
वासिनी कल्प-रूपिणी

She fulfills all desires (sakalepsita-dātrī). She is Śacī (śacī). She is saintly (sādhvī). She is Arundhatī (arundhatī). She is faithful to Her husband (pati-vratā). Her husband is Her very life (pati-prāṇā). She delights in Her husband's words (pati-vākya- vinodinī). She has the power to do anything (aśeṣa-sādhanī). All Her desires are automatically fulfilled (kalpa-vāsinī and kalpa-rūpiṇī).


TEXT NUMBERS OF SRI RADHA'S NAMES

(The Names, arranged in alphabetical order, are placed first and the Text Number follows it.)

Abhayaprada, 84 * Abhistada, 21 * Acyutapriya, 58 * Aharada, 56 * Akasa-rupa, 121 * Alakesvara-pujya, 181 * Amavasya, 65 * Ambhoda, 56 * Ambika, 73 * Amoha, 29 * Anamsa, 46 * Ananda-yukta, 151 * Anandaprada, 70 * Anandarpita-cetana, 173 * Ananga-lata, 107 * Ananga-mohini, 106 * Anda-bahya, 53 * Anda-madhyastha, 53 * Anda-paripalini, 53 * Anda-rupa, 53 * Anda-samhartri, 53 * Andhakara-bhaya-dhvasta, 58 * Anga-harini, 100 * Angara-purna, 76 * Animady-asta-siddhi-da, 159 * Anna-purna, 68 * Anuttama, 19 * Anuttara, 32 * Anviksiki, 163 * Aparajita, 23, 81 * Apavrta, 138 * Apurva, 51 * Apurva-da, 160 * Ardha-candra-dhara, 99 * Ardra-pada-ga, 151 * Arjuna-sakhi, 169 * Arundhati, 184 * Asavasakta-vasana, 173 * Asesa-sadhani, 184 * Asoka, 20 * Atapa-rupa, 177 * Ati-sundari, 113 * Atita-gamana, 56 * Atita-guna, 44

Badhu-rupa, 41 * Bakula, 79 * Bakulamoda, 79 * Balaradhya, 96 * Balesvari, 96 * Bara, 104 * Bhagesvari, 95 * Bhagini, 95 * Bhaimi, 169 * Bhakta, 139, 179 * Bhakta-bhukti-subha-prada, 179 * Bhakta-gati, 124 * Bhakta-kalpa-drumatita, 44 * Bhakta-phala-prada, 139 * Bhaktananda-pradayini, 43 * Bhakti-gamya, 43 * Bhakti-priya, 43 * Bhaktika, 124 * Bhakty-atita, 124 * Bhama, 49 * Bhandira-talavana-ga, 116 * Bharati, 41 * Bharya, 174 * Bhasati-vegini, 174 * Bhaumi, 169 * Bhava-bhavini, 112, 178 * Bhava-nasanta-kariny, 121 * Bhavatiga, 120 * Bhavisya, 120 * Bhavya, 120 * Bhavya-gatra, 120 * Bhayapaha, 65 * Bhima-kulodvaha, 169 * Bhogya, 95 * Bhranti, 40 * Bhukti, 160 * Bhumi, 168 * Bhuta, 120, 184 * Bhuvana, 169 * Bhuvana-mohini, 75 * Bhuvana-sundari, 77 * Bhuvanesvari, 78 * Bilva-vapuh, 104 * Bilva-vrksa-nivasini, 104 * Bilva-vrksa-priya, 104 * Bilvatmika, 104 * Bilvopama-stani, 104 * Brahma, 112 * Brahma-patni, 36 * Brahma-rupa, 51 * Brahma-visnu-sivardhanga, 183 * Brahmaloka-pratisthita, 49 * Brahmanda-bhanda-madbyastha, 51 * Brahmanda-bhanda-rupini, 51 * Brahmanda-gocara, 112 * Brahmanda-paripalini, 51 * Buddhi, 43

Caitanya, 140 * Caitanya-rupa, 140 * Caitanya-rupini, 140 * Cancala, 77 * Cancalamoda, 77 * Candi, 69 * Candra, 99 * Candra-gatri, 119 * Candra-kesi, 143 * Candra-koti-sugatri, 82 * Candra-prema-tarangini, 143 * Candranana-manohari, 82 * Candravali, 143 * Catur-bhuja, 137 * Catura, 177 * Caturi, 177 * Citra, 27 * Citra-lekha, 75 * Citra-malini, 30 * Citra-rupini, 27

Dadhi-bhandarthini, 171 * Dadimi-kusumopama, 62 * Daksa-kanya, 48, 77 * Daksa-yajna-hara, 77 * Daksi, 77 * Dama, 175 * Dama-dharini, 175 * Damini, 175 * Damodara-priya, 13 * Danujendra-nivarini, 134 * Daru-haridrika, 174 * Daya, 40 * Daya-rupa, 115 * Dayadhara, 115 * Dayanvita, 115 * Deva-mata, 48 * Devari-kula-mardini, 33 * Devi, 33, 47, 160 * Dhairya-rupa-dhara, 63 * Dhama-rupiny, 160 * Dhana-dhanya-vidhatri, 182 * Dhanya, 109 * Dharini, 79, 133 * Dhatranandapradayini, 25 * Dhatri, 42 * Dhira, 63 * Dhrti, 33, 63 * Dhumra, 112 * Dhumra-kesa, 112 * Dina, 179 * Dipa-datri, 32 * Dipa-priya, 32 * Draupadi, 168 * Drk-pata-mohita, 98 * Dugdha-manthana-karmadhya, 170 * Dugdha-manthana-tat-para, 170 * Duhkha-hantri, 32, 127 * Duhkha-hara, 127 * Duhkha-kartri, 32 * Durba-dala-tanu-ccbavih, 144 * Durga, 46 * Durgati-nasini, 46 * Durva-dala-syama-tanuh, 144 * Dvaraka-vasini, 42 * Dvi-bhuja, 137

Eka, 46 * Ekanga, 36 * Ela-lavanga-karpura, 92

Gagana, 126 * Gaganesi, 132 * Gaja-mukta, 105 * Gajendra-gamini, 107 * Gaji, 132 * Gamanagamana-priya, 16 * Gamanatita-nirbhara, 129 * Gamya, 129 * Gana-mata, 127 * Gana-tosita, 126 * Ganadhyaksa, 19 * Ganga, 129 * Ganga-jalamayi, 129 * Gangerita, 130 * Gati, 50 * Gati-jna, 134 * Gati-nistha, 29 * Gati-prada, 16, 29 * Gatimatam-dhatri, 24 * Gati, 19, 21, 24 * Gaunya, 161 * Gaura-candranana, 115 * Gaura-vigraha, 137 * Gaurangi, 53 * Gauri, 53, 56 * Gavadhyaksa, 19 * Gavam, 19 * Gavesi, 134 * Gavesvari, 134 * Gavi-vasini, 134 * Gavisi, 134 * Gaya, 129 * Gayatri, 20 * Gayesvari, 133 * Gayottara, 136 * Geha-bhavana-bhavana, 180 * Ghati, 111 * Ghrta-lipta, 171 * Girbana, 30 * Girbana-gana-sevita, 30 * Girbana-vandya, 30 * Girija, 47 * Gita, 129 * Gita-gamya, 16 * Gita-kusala, 134 * Gokarna, 93 * Gokulananda-dayini, 15 * Gokulananda-kartri, 15 * Gokulantara-geha, 28 * Gokulanvita-deha, 91 * Gokulatva-pradayini, 91 * Gopa, 14 * Gopa-mata, 71, 133 * Gopa-nandinim, 56 * Gopa-patni, 41 * Gopa-rajya-prada, 75 * Gopa-sundari, 71 * Gopa-vanita, 75 * Gopala-palika, 70 * Gopala-vanita, 85 * Gopalasya, 29 * Gopananda-kari, 13 * Gopanganavestita, 172 * Gopaniya, 46 * Gopi, 13 * Gopinatha-manohara, 68 * Gopinathesvari, 69 * Govardhana-hasya, 132 * Govardhanesvari, 132 * Govinda-gana-pujita, 66 * Govinda-priya-karini, 87 * Govinda-raja-grhini, 66 * Gramya, 129 * Guna, 161 * Gunatita-phala-prada, 161

Hai-hai-tala-dhara, 151 * Haimavati, 50, 145 * Haimi, 99 * Hara, 133, 136 * Hara-kanta, 73 * Hara-patni, 74 * Hara-prana, 164 * Hara-prita, 74 * Hara-rata, 73 * Hara-tosana-tatpara, 74 * Harananda-pradayini, 73 * Harer jaya, 79 * Hares tanuh, 48 * Haresvari, 74 * Hari-bhakti-pradayini, 140 * Hari-bhavana-sila, 164 * Hari-bhusana-bhusadhya, 151 * Hari-dvara, 177 * Hari-kanta, 14 * Hari-kautuka-mangala, 176 * Hari-prada, 177 * Hari-prana, 164 * Hari-priya, 14 * Hari-sannidhya-datri, 176 * Hari-tosana-tat-para, 164 * Hari-vallabha, 166 * Harid-ambara-dharini, 175 * Haridra, 173 * Harini, 57, 133, 184 * Hariny, 173 * Harita, 173 * Hasya-bhasana-tat-para, 172 * Hava-bhavanvita, 111 * Haya, 132, 182 * Hayakrtih, 132 * Hayasya, 127 * Hayi, 182 * He-he-sabda-svarupa, 152 * Hela, 162 * Hema, 116 * Hema-gatri, 19 * Hema-mandana, 116 * Hema-mukhi, 99 * Hema-ragadbya, 113 * Hema-sundari, 25 * Heramba-suta, 127 * Hetu-yukta, 136 * Hi-hi-vakya-visarada, 152 * Himalaya-suta, 47 * Hiranya-da, 160 * Hrdya, 14

Indranila-mani-nyasta, 65 * Isvari, 46

Jagad-ambika, 70 * Jagad-ananda-kartri, 152 * Jagad-anvaya, 94 * Jagad-bija, 148 * Jagad-utpatti-karika, 118 * Jagad-yoni, 148 * Jagannatha, 81 * Jagannatha-priya, 25 * Jagannathesvari, 81 * Jagatam-adhisthatri, 73 * Jahnu-kanyka, 50 * Jaimuti, 84 * Jaitra-prada, 177 * Jala-saya, 156 * Jala-tala, 156 * Jalodari, 112, 141 * Jamatr-kula-vandita, 79 * Jambala-malika, 147 * Jambavati, 49 * Janakananda-karini, 71 * Janaki, 71 * Janani, 24 * Janma-mrtyu-jarapaha, 24 * Janmasunya, 24 * Jatila, 94 * Java-kusuma-sankasa, 62 * Jaya, 18, 70, 182 * Jaya-patni, 80 * Jaya-prada, 18 * Jayanti, 85 * Jimuta-rupa, 84 * Jitamitra-pramodini, 84 * Jitarthi, 177 * Jitendriya, 31 * Jiva, 18 * Jiva-vandya, 39 * Jivananda-pradayini, 18

Kadambari-pana-para, 102 * Kailasa-vasini, 72, 149 * Kailasacala-vasini, 87 * Kailasini, 175 * Kaivalya-dayini, 68 * Kaivalya-patha-da, 122 * Kaivalya-sundari, 68 * Kaivarti, 116 * Kala, 115, 168 * Kaladhinatha-vadana, 115 * Kalanathadhirohini, 115 * Kali-kalmasa-bhanga, 86 * Kali-kalmasa-nasini, 86 * Kali-kalmasa-rupa, 86 * Kalindatanaya-tira, 102 * Kalindi, 50 * Kalindi-kula-dipika, 101 * Kalpa, 53, 184 * Kalpa-rupini, 184 * Kama-bija-pradayini, 158 * Kama-kala, 101 * Kama-karika, 101 * Kama-lalasa-vigraha, 17 * Kama-prakasika, 159 * Kama-sastra-prakasini, 158 * Kama-sastra-vinoda, 158 * Kama-vallabha, 103 * Kamala, 25, 72 * Kamala-kanta-grhini, 72 * Kamala-sundari, 26 * Kamalalaya, 72 * Kamanga-harini, 46 * Kamari-kanta, 17 * Kamesi, 17 * Kamesvari, 101 * Kaminy, 159 * Kampamana, 131 * Kamsa-hara, 131 * Kanakakrti, 133 * Kancanabha, 19 * Kancanangada-dharini, 19 * Kandarpa-koti-janani, 158 * Kandarpa-koti-sundari, 157 * Kanta, 26, 96 * Kanta-nitambini, 96 * Kantara-sustha-vasini, 141 * Kantara-vasini, 32 * Kanti, 33 * Kanya, 14 * Kapala-malini, 160 * Kapila, 111 * Karani, 100 * Karika, 101 * Karini, 150 * Karna, 93 * Karttika-vrata-kartri, 156 * Karttiki, 65 * Karuna, 93 * Karunamaya-karini, 93 * Karunarnava-dharini, 57 * Karunarnava-rupini, 168 * Karunarnava-sampurna, 57 * Karunya, 93 * Karyatita, 100 * Kaulini, 94 * Kaumari, 76 * Kauseyambara-dharini, 117 * Kaya, 182 * Kesa, 101, 111 * Kesa-pasa-rata, 143 * Kesa-saivala-dhatri, 119 * Kesava, 90 * Kesava-prita, 90 * Kesava-priya, 90 * Kesavananda-datri, 89 * Kesavananda-dayini, 89 * Kesavi, 90 * Kesini, 175 * Kevala, 84 * Khecara-suta, 81 * Khecaratva-pradayini, 81 * Khecari, 81 * Kisora-sanga-samsarga, 115 * Kisora-vallabha, 101 * Kisori, 25 * Kisorini, 100 * Kosa, 117 * Kosa-rupa, 118 * Kosala, 168 * Kosavari, 118 * Koti-kandarpa-lavanya, 157 * Krida-kautuka-rupini, 163 * Kripatita, 93 * Krodhini, 171 * Krpa, 86 * Krpanvita, 161 * Krpavati, 87 * Krsna, 11, 12, 26, 32, 139, 147, 149, 171, 172, 174, 178, 181 * Krsna-bhakta-phalarthini, 150 * Krsna-bhogya, 95 * Krsna-kala, 178 * Krsna-kanta, 12, 55 * Krsna-kroda, 141 * Krsna-pivari, 96 * Krsna-prema, 140 * Krsna-prema-parayana, 44 * Krsna-prema-rata, 139 * Krsna-prema-tarangini, 109 * Krsna-premavati, 109 * Krsna-prita, 139 * Krsna-rata, 139 * Krsna-samyuta, 11 * Krsna-sangarthini, 172 * Krsna-stuta, 55 * Krsna-taranga-da, 145 * Krsna-tosana-tat-para, 139 * Krsnacandra-priya, 32 * Krsnam, 104 * Krsnananda-pradayini, 12 * Krsnananda-vidhayini, 178 * Krsnanga-vasini, 14 * Krsnartha-rahita, 179 * Krsnartha-vasana, 178 * Krsnartha-vyakula, 181 * Krsnarthini, 178 * Krsnavatara-nirata, 150 * Krsnesi, 103 * Ksama, 33 * Ksamakula, 40 * Ksema, 46, 83 * Ksema-kari, 83 * Ksetra, 94 * Ksetra-nivasini, 136 * Ksetradhisthatr-rupa, 89 * Ksetratita, 89 * Ksina, 169 * Ksirodasayini, 33 * Ksudha, 143 * Ksudra-kitanga-samsarga, 157 * Ksut, 40 * Kula-dipika, 31 * Kula-ksetra-nivasini, 129 * Kula-prada, 89 * Kula-priya, 34 * Kula-pujya, 34 * Kulajendra-nivasini, 85 * Kulavati, 87 * Kulina, 31 * Kulodvaha, 32 * Kumari, 71 * Kumuda, 103 * Kumudananda, 103 * Kusmanda-bhuta-vetala, 161 * Kusumamoda-dharini, 102 * Kutila, 94 * Kutilalaka, 97 * Kutira-vasini, 112 * Kuveresvara-vallabha, 181

Lajja, 33 * Laksmana-geha-stha, 78 * Laksmi, 33, 168 * Lalita, 30 * Langhana-ksama, 122 * Lata, 107 * Lavanga, 129 * Lavanga-namni, 91 * Lavanya-mangala, 162 * Lila, 162

Mabodari, 141 * Mada-dayini, 138 * Madana-mohini, 12, 46 * Madhava-mano, 57 * Madhavi, 57 * Maha-bhima, 84 * Maha-durga, 141 * Maha-jiva-prada, 26 * Maha-laksmi, 34, 42 * Maha-mukta, 105 * Maha-mukti-phala-prada, 105 * Maha-visnu-priya, 53 * Mahalasa, 67 * Maheyi, 76 * Malati-malya-bhusadhya, 54 * Malati-malya-dharini, 54 * Manda-lajja, 48 * Mangala-prada, 58 * Mangalamoda-janani, 146 * Mangalya, 58 * Mano-'dhisthatr-devi, 44 * Manohara, 39 * Manorama, 114 * Mathura, 180 * Mathura-raja, 180 * Mati, 21, 32, 33 * Matsya-raja-suta, 76 * Matsya-rupa, 100 * Maya, 70 * Megha-rupa, 113 * Mekhalamoda-dharini, 146 * Minavatara, 132 * Minesi, 132 * Mitravinda, 50 * Moha, 29 * Mohana, 169 * Mudrasya, 138 * Mukha-vasa-mukhanvita, 92 * Mukhi, 99 * Mukhya, 92 * Mukhya-nivasini, 92 * Mukhya-prada, 92 * Mukti-datri, 160 * Mukti-hetu, 122 * Mukti-hetu-langhani, 122

Nada-bindu-vidharini, 155 * Nada-rupa, 155 * Nadesi, 155 * Naga-karnika, 93 * Naga-mata, 163 * Nagara, 144 * Nagaralingana-para, 145 * Nagarananda-karini, 144 * Nagarangana-mangala, 145 * Nagendra, 163 * Nagendra-kanya, 88 * Nairvani, 136 * Nanda, 85 * Nanda-priya, 23 * Nanda-suta, 23 * Nandanandana-patni, 18 * Nandanangana, 171 * Nara-sevya, 165 * Narakarnava-nasini, 165 * Narakarnava-samhantri, 165 * Naranga-kula-mandana, 91 * Naranga-phala-sobhita, 98 * Narangana, 165 * Narangi, 91 * Narasimhi, 76 * Naratita, 165 * Narayana-priya, 97 * Narayani, 93 * Naresvari, 165 * Nari, 77 * Nasgari-raga, 144 * Nasini, 161 * Nava-durgika, 76 * Nava-nari, 98 * Navanitika, 98 * Navina, 98 * Nayaka-prita, 69 * Nayakananda-rupini, 69 * Nayika, 69 * Nayika-nayananvita, 69 * Nidra, 40, 143 * Nila, 94 * Nilakantha-priya, 95 * Nilambara-vidhatri, 95 * Nilambaradhara, 63, 94 * Nimba-dadima-rupini, 103 * Nirakula, 27 * Niralamba, 35 * Niralamba-gana-priya, 35 * Niralamba-janaih pujya, 35 * Niraloka, 35 * Niramaya, 46 * Nirantara, 53 * Nirasraya, 35 * Nirguna, 27 * Nirvana-datri, 136 * Niscaitanya, 174 * Nisceta, 174 * Niskulina, 27 * Nisphala, 84 * Nitambini, 96 * Niti, 21 * Niti-sastra-priya, 21 * Nitya, 22 * Nitya-gehini, 41 * Nitya-rupa, 41 * Nitya-tarangini, 110 * Nityananda-kari, 86 * Nityangi, 41 * Nivasa-kusala, 136

Pada-padma-subha, 65 * Padma, 25 * Padma-hasta, 25 * Padmangaraga-samraga, 119 * Palini, 46 * Pana-pananda-dayini, 170 * Pana-patra, 170 * Panarthini, 170 * Panasakta-tara, 170 * Panca-sakti-svarupa, 106 * Pandava-priya, 168 * Pandava-sakhi, 129 * Pandita, 153 * Pandita-guna, 153 * Panditananda-karini, 153 * Para, 37, 39, 47, 64 * Paranugraha-karini, 56 * Parat, 39, 47 * Paripalana-kartri, 153 * Paripurna, 50 * Parvatadhinivasa, 136 * Parvati, 47 * Pasa-sambandhini, 111 * Pati-prana, 184 * Pati-vakya-vinodini, 184 * Pati-vrata, 67, 184 * Paurnamasi, 65 * Pavitra, 26 * Pavitra-guna-siladhya, 130 * Pavitra-guna-simadhya, 131 * Pavitra-kula-dipani, 131 * Pavitra-kula-dipika, 130 * Pavitrananda-dayini, 130 * Payasvini, 26 * Payo-datri, 26 * Payoda-da, 25 * Pingala, 116 * Pipasa, 40 * Pivari, 116 * Pradhana-gopika, 14 * Prakrti, 40 * Prana, 147 * Prana-priya, 138 * Prana-rupa, 138 * Prana-rupiny, 138 * Prana-sarvasva-dayini, 149 * Prana-vimocana, 147 * Pranava, 182 * Pranavartha-svarupini, 182 * Pranavesi, 182 * Pratar-asini, 98 * Prema, 109 * Prema-bhakta, 140 * Prema-bhakti-prada, 109 * Prema-bhakti-tarangini, 110 * Prema-datri, 108 * Prema-hara, 108 * Prema-krida-paritangi, 110 * Prema-priya, 108 * Prema-rupa, 108 * Prema-saktimayi, 108 * Prema-tarangika, 143 * Premalingana-siddhangi, 146 * Premananda-tarangini, 108, 109 * Premartha-dayini, 110 * Preta-prana-vinasini, 184 * Priti-janani, 154 * Priya, 12, 29, 73, 140, 145 * Pundarikaksa-gehini, 39 * Pundarikaksa-nilaya, 39 * Pundarikaksa-sevya, 39 * Pundarikaksa-vallabha, 39 * Purnatara, 50 * Pusti, 33 * Puta-gatra, 130

Radha-ramana-kanta, 149 * Radhana-rupini, 149 * Radhika, 11 * Radhya, 149 * Radhyanandaprada, 23 * Ragini, 178 * Raksasi-nasini, 184 * Rama, 74 * Rama-rata, 74 * Rambha, 72 * Ramesvari, 74 * Rasa, 90 * Rasa-gamya, 36 * Rasa-krida, 39 * Rasa-krida-kari, 90 * Rasa-mandala-madhyastha, 37 * Rasa-mandala-sevya, 38 * Rasa-mandala-sobhita, 37 * Rasa-priya, 36 * Rasa-rati, 173 * Rasa-sundari, 90 * Rasadhisthatr-devata, 36 * Rasasakta, 173 * Rasesvari, 37 * Rasika, 37 * Rasikananda, 37 * Rati-prada, 78, 122 * Rati-prita, 78 * Rati-ranga-parityaga, 122 * Rati-rupa, 78 * Rati-srestha, 78 * Rati-vega, 122 * Rati, 78, 123 * Ratna-bhusana-bhusana, 147 * Ratna-kundala-bhusita, 63 * Ratna-mala-vibhusita, 64 * Ratna-malya-dhara, 64 * Ratna-manjira-bhusangi, 147 * Ratna-simhasana-stha, 63 * Ratnalankara-samyukta, 64 * Ratnendra-sara-haradhya, 64 * Raudra, 111 * Raudra-rupa, 177 * Revati, 49 * Rini, 118 * Rohini, 99 * Rudrananda-prakasini, 111 * Rukmini, 49 * Rupa, 29, 68, 92, 106 * Rupa-padapa-vasini, 155 * Rupavati, 96 * Rupini, 70, 112

Saci, 184 * Sad-bhuja, 137 * Sadananda, 68 * Sadasiva-manohara, 40 * Sadhvi, 67, 184 * Sadhya-vilasika, 146 * Sadyo-mukti-prada, 47 * Sahasrasya, 138 * Saila, 25 * Sairisi, 125 * Saisavananda-karini, 106 * Saiva, 113 * Saiva-simsapa, 184 * Saivalananda-dayini, 113 * Sakalepsita-datri, 184 * Sakhi, 117, 120, 175 * Sakhi-madhya-nivasini, 129 * Sakti, 106 * Sakti-svarupini, 106 * Salila, 97 * Sambhu-kanta, 40 * Samha, 118 * Samhara-karini, 118 * Samhara-sabdadhya, 154 * Samhartri, 34 * Samsara-nasini, 113 * Samsara-ragini, 120 * Samsararnava-para-da, 55 * Samudra-jala-vasika, 143 * Samudra-jala-vasini, 143 * Samudra-mathanodbhuta, 143 * Samudramrta-rupa, 143 * Sandrananda-visarada, 152 * Sanga-dosa-vinasini, 157 * Sankata, 97 * Sankhaspada, 79 * Sannyasa-dharma-kusala, 136 * Sannyasesi, 136 * Sara-bhuta, 53 * Sara-carma-dhara, 181 * Sarac-candra-mukhi, 136 * Sarada, 56 * Saradanvita, 161 * Saran-mukhi, 136 * Sarasvati, 36 * Sarpini, 94 * Sarva, 39, 47, 110 * Sarva-bhutanam, 46, 100 * Sarva-daityanam, 34 * Sarva-jivesvari, 39 * Sarva-karana-karana, 43 * Sarva-mangala, 26 * Sarva-vandya, 46 * Sarvaga, 36 * Sarvajnatva-vidhatri, 128 * Sarvanga-sundari, 129 * Sasi-koti-sama-prabha, 54 * Sasi-sekhara, 53 * Sasi-su-sobhana, 99 * Sastra-rupa, 163 * Sastra-siddhanta-karini, 163 * Sati, 47, 76 * Satya, 49 * Satya-prada, 148 * Satya-rupa, 41 * Satyavati, 148 * Saumya, 29 * Saumya-datri, 46 * Saumya-kulodvaha, 29 * Savala, 162 * Savitri, 34 * Sesa, 70 * Sesavati, 70 * Seva-sevya, 83 * Sevakananda-dayika, 148 * Sevitepsita-sarvada, 127 * Sevya, 36, 83 * Siddha, 146 * Siddha-ksetra-nivasini, 88 * Siddha-rupa, 88 * Siddha-yogini, 41 * Sila-tala-nivasini, 156 * Sindhu-kanya, 42 * Sirisa-kusumakrti, 125 * Sirisa-kusumamoda, 125 * Sirisa-kusumojjvala, 125 * Sirisa-mrdhvi, 125 * Sisira, 113 * Sita, 67 * Sitala, 162 * Siva, 18, 46, 83 * Siva-bhakta, 83 * Siva-bhakti-da, 124 * Siva-bhakti-sukhanvita, 126 * Siva-brahma-hari-priya, 53 * Siva-kroda, 141 * Siva-prana, 164 * Siva-sakti-svarupa, 124 * Sivanvita, 83, 164 * Sivardhanga-viharini, 124 * Smrti, 33 * Sokanasini, 20 * Sokorahita, 20 * Sranti, 40 * Srestha, 61, 68 * Srestha-rupa, 61 * Sri-ganesa, 60 * Sri-garbha, 58 * Sri-hara, 59 * Sri-kama, 59 * Sri-kriya-rupini, 60 * Sri-krsna-bhajananvita, 60 * Sri-krsna-bhavanamoda, 180 * Sri-krsna-rahita, 179 * Sri-nitamba, 60 * Sri-nivasa, 58 * Sri-prada, 58 * Sri-radha, 11, 61 * Sri-rupa, 59 * Sri-svarupasrita, 60 * Sri-svarupini, 59 * Srida, 59 * Sridamananda-datri, 59 * Sridamasya, 175 * Sridamesvara-vallabha, 59 * Srila, 60 * Srimati, 12, 61 * Srisa, 58 * Srkkani-parimohita, 97 * Srnkhala, 111 * Srsti-sthiti-kari, 118 * Sruti, 60 * Sruti-priya, 61 * Sthana-datri, 42 * Sthana-rupa, 43 * Sthira, 53 * Sthiti-vinodini, 153 * Sthiti, 43 * Su-gopi, 75 * Su-komala, 119 * Su-kulina, 27 * Su-locana, 77 * Su-vesini, 121 * Subalasya, 174 * Subha, 23, 75, 94, 122, 181 * Subhangi, 23 * Subhankari, 46 * Suci, 65 * Suddha-sattva, 31 * Sukadeva-gunatita, 117 * Sukadeva-priya, 117 * Sukhesvari, 127 * Suki, 116 * Suksma, 84 * Sulaksmana, 50 * Sunya, 155 * Sunya-sthana-sthita, 155 * Susevini, 115 * Svarga-laksmi, 168 * Svasa, 174 * Svayam, 37 * Svayam-prabha, 42 * Sveta, 110 * Sveta-campaka-varnabha, 54 * Syama, 107, 136 * Syama-sakhi, 120 * Syama-vallabha, 57 * Syamala, 75

Taitilananda-paritosaka, 105 * Takra-yukta, 171 * Tami, 177 * Tami, 99 * Tamisra, 177 * Tarkali, 103 * Tejasvini, 122 * Tejo-rupa, 122 * Thai-thai-sabda-sakti-prakasini, 151 * Timingla-kulamoda, 100 * Tira-gebini, 102 * Trailokya-mata, 73 * Trailokya-sundari, 14 * Tulasi-tosika, 105 * Tulasy-adhisthatr-devi, 55

Ucca-nica, 145 * Ugra-rupa, 141 * Ujjvala-gatrika, 22 * Ujjvalaprada, 22 * Unmada-vidhayini, 180

Vadana, 159 * Vadhu, 83 * Vaijayanti, 103 * Vaikuntha-natha-grhini, 66 * Vaikuntha-paramalaya, 66 * Vaikuntha-sundari, 67 * Vaikunthadeva-devadhya, 67 * Vairagyakula-dipika, 72 * Vaisali, 123 * Vaisnavi, 34, 49 * Vakra-rupa, 80 * Vakra-viksana-viksita, 80 * Vakresvari, 80 * Vallabha, 11, 99, 166 * Vama-bhaga, 87 * Vama-devi, 87 * Vamanga-harini visnoh, 126 * Varahi, 76 * Vasana-harini, 156 * Vasanta-raga-samraga, 137 * Vasanta-vasanakrti, 137 * Vasini, 25, 27, 90, 94, 102, 184 * Vatsala, 168 * Veda-gamini, 34 * Veda-marga-pravardhini, 21 * Veda-sara, 47 * Veda-vadini, 114 * Vedagamya, 22 * Vedagarbha, 21 * Vedamata, 20 * Vedapara, 22 * Vedapriya, 21 * Vedatita, 20, 35 * Vedavati, 67 * Vegadhya, 114 * Vegavati, 114 * Venu-rati, 28 * Venu-vadya, 28 * Venu-vadya-parayana, 28 * Vetravati, 97 * Vibhavari, 97 * Vicitra-kathaka, 172 * Vicitra-mani-bhusana, 148 * Vicitra-vasini, 27 * Vicittra-kanakojjvala, 22 * Vidusam, 154 * Viduttama, 20 * Vidvaj-jana-manohara, 154 * Vidvat-prema-vivardhini, 154 * Vidya, 162 * Vidya-svarupini, 162 * Vidyamana, 162 * Vidyarthini, 162 * Vidyut-prabha, 133 * Viharini hareh, 179 * Vihasya, 138 * Vijaya, 80 * Vijita, 126 * Vijitamoda, 126 * Vikalotkarsini, 117 * Vikasita-mukhambuja, 15 * Vilasini, 49 * Vilasiny, 23 * Vimala, 32 * Vimalangi, 23 * Vimalodaka, 32 * Vimoha, 29 * Vindhyacala-nivasini, 131 * Vindhyadri-parivasini, 119 * Vindhyalaya, 120 * Vipra-mata, 133 * Viraga-kusala, 116 * Virahini, 179 * Viraja, 78 * Visakha, 30 * Visala-grha-vasa, 123 * Visala-kula-sambhava, 123 * Visala-netra, 123 * Visala-vadari, 123 * Visnor anga-nivasini, 16 * Visnu-bhavana-tatpara, 82 * Visnu-kanta, 16 * Visnu-priya, 16 * Visnu-vaksah-sthala-stha, 82 * Visoka, 20, 30 * Vrksa-rupa, 53 * Vrnda, 48 * Vrndaranya-priya, 48 * Vrndavana-vihari, 15 * Vrndavana-vilasini, 48, 55 * Vrndavanesvari, 12 * Vrsabhanu-suta, 18

Yacakayacakananda, 150 * Yacakojjvala, 150 * Yadavendra-vadhu, 83 * Yaga-yoga-hara, 160 * Yamalarjuna-bhanjini, 80 * Yamini, 159 * Yamini-natha, 159 * Yaminisvari, 159 * Yamuna, 79 * Yamuna-jala-vasini, 177 * Yamuna-para-kautuka, 171 * Yamuna-tosa-karini, 85 * Yamunangi, 85 * Yasasvini, 13 * Yaso-'rthini, 177 * Yasoda, 56 * Yasoda-kroda-vasini, 167 * Yasodananana-vallabha, 13 * Yasodananda-gehini, 17 * Yasodananda-patni, 17 * Yasodanandana-prana, 166, 167 * Yasodanandanakrida, 167 * Yasodanandanaramya, 166 * Yasodanandanarthada, 167 * Yasodanandanesvari, 166 * Yasogamya, 13 * Yati, 81 * Yauvanananda, 71 * Yoga-gamya, 62 * Yoga-mata, 61 * Yoga-priya, 62 * Yoga-rupini, 88 * Yoga-siddha, 88 * Yogananda-kari, 28 * Yogatita, 61 * Yogesa, 61 * Yogesi, 88 * Yogini, 88 * Yogini-gana-vandita, 62 * Yosid-ananda-karini, 108 * Yosit-sakti-svarupa, 107 * Yuga-priya, 61 * Yuvati, 71, 96


Śruti-phala
The Result of Hearing

Text 1
śrī-mahādeva uvāca

ity etat kathitaṁ devi
rādhā-nāma-sahasrakam
yaḥ paṭhet pāṭhayad vapi
tasya tuṣyati mādhavaḥ

Lord Śiva said: Thus I have spoken to you the thousand names of Śrī Rādhā. Lord Mādhava is pleased with anyone who reads or has someone else read these names.

Text 2

kiṁ tasya yamunābhir vā
nadībhiḥ sarvataḥ priye
kurukṣetrādi-tīrthaiś ca
yasya tuṣṭo janārdanaḥ

When one pleases Lord Janārdana what need has he for the sacred rivers headed by the Yamunā, or the holy places headed by Kurukṣetra?

Text 3

stotrasyāsya prasādena
kiṁ na sidhyati bhū-tale
brāhmaṇo brahma-varcasvī
kṣatriyo jagati-patiḥ

What perfection is not attained in this world by the mercy of this prayer? By its mercy a brāhmaṇa becomes powerful as the demigod Brahmā and a kṣatriya becomes king of the world.

Texts 4 and 5

vaiśyo nidhi-patir bhūyāt
śūdro mucyeta janmataḥ
brahma-hatyā-surā-pāna-
steyāder ati-pātakāt

sadyo mucyeta deveśi
satyaṁ satyaṁ na saṁśayaḥ
rādhā-nāma-sahasrasya
samānaṁ nāsti bhū-tale

By its mercy a vaiśya becomes the master of great wealth and a śūdra becomes free from his low birth. By its mercy one becomes free from a host of sins beginning with killing a brāhmaṇa, drinking wine, and committing theft. O queen of the demigods, it is true. There is no doubt it is true. In this world there is nothing equal to the thousand names of Śrī Rādhā.

Text 6

svarge vapy atha pātāle
girau va jalato 'pi vā
nātaḥ paraṁ śubhaṁ stotram
tīrthaṁ nātaḥ paraṁ param

In Svargaloka, in Pātālaloka, on the mountains, or in the oceans no prayer is better than this prayer, no holy place is better than this prayer.

Text 7

ekādaśyāṁ śucir bhūtvā
yaḥ paṭhet susamāhitaḥ
tasya sarvārtha-siddhiḥ syāc
chṛṇuyād va su-śobhane

A person who becomes clean and attentively reads or hears this prayer on the ekādaśī day attains all his desires, O beautiful one.

Text 8

dvādaśyāṁ paurṇamāsyāṁ vā
tulasī-sannidhau śive
yaḥ paṭhet śṛṇuyād vapi
tasya tat tat phalaṁ śṛṇu

O auspicious one, please hear the result attained by a person who reads or hears this prayer in the presence of Tulasī-devī on a dvādaśi or on the full-moon day.

Texts 9-14

aśvamedhaṁ rājasūyaṁ
bārhaspatyaṁ tathā trikam
ati-rātraṁ vājapeyam
agniṣṭomaṁ tathā śubham

kṛtvā yat phalam āpnoti
śrutvā tat phalam āpnuyāt
kārttike cāṣṭamīṁ prāpya
paṭhed va śṛṇuyād api

sahasra-yuga-kalpāntaṁ
vaikuṇṭha-vasatiṁ labhet
tataś ca brahma-bhavane
śivasya bhavane punaḥ

surādhinātha-bhavane
punar yāti sa-lokatām
gaṅgā-tīraṁ samāsādya
yaḥ paṭhet śṛṇuyād api

viṣṇoḥ sārūpyam āyāti
satyaṁ satyaṁ sureśvari
mama vaktra-girer jātā
pārvatī-vadanāśritā

rādhā-nātha-sahasrākhyā
nadī trailokya-pāvanī
paṭhyate hi mayā nityaṁ
bhaktyā śaktyā yathocitam

A person who reads or hears this prayer attains the same result as if he had performed aśvamedha, rājasūya, bārhaspatya, trika, atirātra, vājapeya, and agniṣṭoma yajña. A person who reads or hears this prayer on the aṣṭamī day of the month of Kārttika lives in Vaikuṇṭha for thousands of yugas. He goes to Brahmā's abode, Śiva's abode, and Indra's abode. A person who on the Ganges shore reads or hears this prayer attains a spiritual form like that of Lord Viṣṇu. O queen of the demigods, it is true! It is true! This prayer, called the thousand names of Śrī Rādhā, is a river born on the mountain of my words that now takes shelter in the mouth of Śrī Pārvatī, a river that purifies the three worlds. I regularly read this prayer with devotion, as far as I am able.

Text 15

mama prāṇa-samaṁ hy etat
tava prītyā prakāśitam
nābhaktāya pradātavyaṁ
pāṣaṇḍāya kadācana
nāstikāyāvirāgāya
rāga-yuktāya sundari

This prayer is dear to me as life. That is why I have revealed it to you, my beloved. O beautiful one, this prayer should never be given to one who is not a devotee, to a blasphemer, to an atheist, to one who is not austere, or to one filled with material desires.

Text 16

tathā deyaṁ mahā-stotraṁ
hari-bhaktāya śaṅkari
vaiṣṇaveṣu yathā-śakti
dātre puṇyārtha-śāline

O auspicious one, this prayer should be given to one who is devoted to Lord Hari. It should be given to a pious person who will in turn give it to the Vaiṣṇavas as far as he is able.

Text 17
rādhā-nāma-sudhā-vāri
mama vaktra-sudhāmbudheḥ
uddhṛtāsau tvayā yatnāt
yatas tvaṁ vaiṣṇavāgraṇīḥ

You are the best of Vaiṣṇavas because you have carefully taken the nectar of Śrī Rādhā's names from the nectar ocean of my words.

Texts 18-20

viśuddha-sattvāya yathārtha-vādine
dvijasya sevā-niratāya mantriṇe
dātre yathā-śakti subhakta-mānase
rādhā-pada-dhyāna-parāya śobhane

hari-pādābja-madhupa-
mano-bhūtāya mānase
rādhā-pāda-sudhāsvāda-
śāline vaiṣṇavāya ca

dadyāt stotraṁ mahā-puṇyaṁ
hari-bhakti-prasādhanam
janmāntaraṁ na tasyāsti
rādhā-kṛṣṇa-padārthinaḥ

O beautiful one, a person who gives this very sacred prayer, which gives Kṛṣṇa- bhakti, to one situated in the mode of pure goodness, to one who speaks the truth, to one who chants sacred mantras, to one who gives charity as far as he is able, to one whose heart is devoted to the Lord, to one who meditates on Śrī Rādhā's feet, to one whose mind is a bumblebee at the lotus flower of Lord Hari's feet, to one who is thoughtful, to one who tastes the nectar at Śrī Rādhā's feet, or to one who is a Vaiṣṇava, attains Śrī Śrī Rādhā-Kṛṣṇa's feet. He does not take birth again.

Text 21

mama prāṇā vaiṣṇavā hi
teṣāṁ rakṣārtham eva hi
śūlaṁ mayā dharyate hi
nānyathā maitra-kāraṇam

The Vaiṣṇavas are my very life. I carry my trident to protect them. There is no other reason.

Text 22

hari-bhakti-dviṣām arthe
śūlaṁ sandharyate mayā
śṛṇu devi yathārthaṁ me
gaditaṁ tvayi su-vrate

I carry my trident to punish they who hate the devotees of Lord Hari. Hear this, O pious goddess, for to you I speak the truth.

Text 23

bhaktāsi me priyāsi tvam
adaḥ snehāt prakāśitam
kadāpi nocyate devi
mayā nāma-sahasrakam

You are my devotee and You are dear to me. Therefore, out of affection I have revealed this to you. O goddess, I have never before spoken these thousand names.

 

The Lotus Feet of Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī

The Louts Feet of Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī

The Lotus Feet of Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī

राधे जय जय माधव-दयिते
गोकुल-तरुणी-मण्डल-महिते

rādhe jaya jaya mādhava-dayite
gokula-taruṇī-maṇḍala-mahite

Rādhā, all glories, all glories to You! O You who are worshiped by the girls of Gokula.

Text 1

दामोदर-रति-वर्धन-वेशे
हरि-निष्कुट-वृन्दा-विपिनेशे

dāmodara-rati-vardhana-veśe
hari-niṣkuṭa-vṛndā-vipineśe

O You whose presence expands the pleasure of Lord Dāmodara, O queen of Lord Hari's Vṛndāvana garden.

Refrain

जय जय माधव-दयिते
गोकुल-तरुणी-मण्डल-महिते

jaya jaya mādhava-dayite
gokula-taruṇī-maṇḍala-mahite

Rādhā, all glories, all glories to You! O You who are worshiped by the girls of Gokula.

Text 2

वृषभानूदधि-नव-शशि-लेखे
ललिता-सखि गुण-रमित-विशाखे

vṛṣabhānūdadhi-nava-śaśi-lekhe
lalitā-sakhi guṇa-ramita-viśākhe

O crescent moon risen from the ocean of King Vṛṣabhānu, O friend of Lalitā, O You whose virtues delight Viśākhā.

Text 3

करुणां कुरु मयि करुणा-भरिते
सनक-सनातन-वर्णित-चरिते

karuṇāṁ kuru mayi karuṇā-bharite
sanaka-sanātana-varṇita-carite

O You whose virtues and pastimes are described by Sanaka-kumāra and Sanātana Gosvāmī, O very merciful one, please be merciful to me.

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