Govind Damodar Madhaveti Full Lyrics in English with Meaning

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Govind Damodar Madhaveti Full Lyrics in English with Meaning



Agre Kurunaam ath Pandavanam
Krishn Tadakroshad ananya-nath
Govind Damodar Madhaveti . 1


Before the assembled Kurus and pandavas, when Duhshaasan caught her hair and clothing, Krishna (Draupadi), having no other Lord, cried out, “Govind, Damodar, Madhav ! ” 1


Shri Krishn Vishno Madhu-Kaitabhare
Bhaktanukampin Bhagvan Murare
Trayasva Mam keshav Lokanath
Govind damodar madhaveti. 2


O Lord Krishna !,  O Vishnu !, O enemy of the Madhu and Kaitabh demons !, O SupremePersonality of Godhead !, O enemy of Mur !, merciful upon the devotees; O Keshav ! O Lord of the worlds  “Govind !, Damodar !, Madhava !” please protect me.2


Vikretukama Kil Gop-Kanya
Dadhyadikam Mohavashaad avochad
Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 3


Though desiring to sell milk, dahi, butter, etc., the mind of a young gopī was so absorbed in the lotus feet of Krishna that instead of calling out “Milk for sale,” she bewilderedly said, “Govind !, Damodar !, Madhava !” 3






Ulookhale Sambhrit-Tandulaamascha
Sanghattyantyo musalaih pramugdhah
Gaayanti Gopyo Janitaanuraga
Govind Damodar Madhaveti . 4


Their grinding-mortars full of grains, the gopis minds are overcome as they thresh with their pestles, singing “Govind !, Damodar !, Maadhav !” 4


Kaachit Karaambhoj Pute Nishannam
Kreeda-Shukam Kimshuk-Rakta-Tundam
Adhyaapayamasa Saroruhaakshi
Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 5


A lotus-eyed girl instructed the red-beaked pet parrot that was seated in the cup of her lotus hand; she said, “Govind !, Damodar !, Madhava !” 5


Grihe Grihe Gop-Vadhu-Samoohah
Prati-Kshanam Pinjar-Sarikaanama
Skhalad-Giram Vaachyitum Pravritto
Govinda Damodar Madhaveti . 6


In each and every house, a large group of Gop-women is engaged in making the caged parrots constantly utter with broken words, “Govind !, Damodar !, Madhava !” 6


Paryyankikabhaajam alam kumaaram
Prasvaapayantyo ‘khil-Gop-Kanyaah
Jaguh Prabandham Swar-Taal-Bandham
Govind Damodar Madhaveti . 7


With the little boy lying in the swing, all of the gopis used to expertly sing compositions set to musical notes and rhythm, they sang, “Govind !, Damodar !, Madhava !” while putting Him to rest.7


Ramanujam Veekshan-Keli-Lolam
Gopi Grihitva Nav-Neet-Golam
Aabaalakam baalakmaajuhaav
Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 8


The younger brother of Balram, playing mischievously, was dodging about her with restless eyes. Taking a ball of fresh butter to lure Him over, a gopi called Him, “Govind !, Damodar !, Madhava !” 8


Vichitra-Varna Bharanabhirame-
-Bhidhehi Vaktraambuj-Rajhanse
Sada Madeeye Rasane ‘gra-raṇge
Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 9


O my tongue, since my mouth has become like a lotus by dint of the presence there of these eloquent, ornamental, delightful syllables, you are like the swan that plays there. As your foremost pleasure, always articulate the names, “Govind !, Damodar !, Madhava !” 9


Ankaadhiroodham Shishu-Gop-Goodham
Stanam Dhayantam Kamalaik-Kaantam
Sambodhyaamaas muda Yashoda
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.10


The one and only Lord of Goddess Lakshmi, as an inconspicuous little cowherd baby, was seated in the lap of mother Yashoda, drinking her breast-milk. Merged in bliss, she addressed Him as “Govind !, Damodar !, Madhav !”


Kreedantam-antar-Vrajam-atmanam Svam
Samam Vayasyaih Pashu-Paal-Baalaih
Premna Yashoda Prajuhaav Krishnam
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.11


In Vraj-dhaam, Krishn was playing with His playmates, the boys of His age who protected the animals. With great love, mother Yashoda called out to her own son, “O Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” 11


Yashodaya Gaadha-mulookh-len
Go-kanth-paashen nibadhya-maanam
Ru-rod mandam Navneet-bhoji
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.12


Being firmly tied up to the grinding mortar with a cow’s rope by mother Yashoda, the plunderer of butter softly whimpered. “Govind, Damodar, Madhav”


Nijaangane kankan-keli-lolam
Gopi Grhitvaa Navneet-golam
Aamard-yat paani-talen netre
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.13


In His own courtyard, Krishn was carelessly playing with a bracelet. So the gopi took a ball of butter to Him, and shutting His eyes with her palm, she distracted Him, “O Govind, Damodar, Madhav”


Grihe Grihe Gop-vadhu-kadambah
Sarve militva samavaaya-yoge
Punyaani naamaani pathanti nityam
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.14


In house after house, groups of cowherd ladies gather on various occasions, and together they always chant the transcendental names of Krishn–”Govind, Damodar and Madhav”


Mandaar-moole vadanaabhiraamam
Bimbaadhare Poorit-venu-naadam
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.15


His face is pleasing, and the flute at His lips is filled with Divine sound. Amidst the Cows, Gopas, and Gopis, He stands at the base of a coral tree. Govind, Damodar, Madhav!


Utthaaya Gopyo ‘par-ratra-bhoge
Smritva Yashoda-sut-baal-kelim
Gayanti Procchair Dadhi-manth-yantyo
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.16


Having risen early in the Brahm-muhoort, and remembering the childish activities of the Son of mother Yashoda, the Gopis loudly sing while churning butter–”Govind, Damodar, Madhav!”


Jagdho ‘tha datto Navneet-pindo
Grihe Yashoda Vichikit-sayanti
Uvaach Satyam Vad He Murare
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.17


Having churned and then set aside a fresh lump of butter in the house, mother Yashoda was now suspicious–it had been eaten. She said, “He–Murari! Govind, Damodar, Madhav, now tell me the truth” 17


Abhyarchya Geham Yuv-tih Pravriddh-
-Prem-Pravaah Dadhi Nirmamantha
Gayanti Gopyo ‘tha Sakhi-Sametaa
Govind Damodar Madhaveti .18


Having finished worship at home, a young Gopi, (like) a strong flow of love for Krsihna, churned the butter, and then joins together with all the Gopis and their friends and they sing, “Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” 18


Kvachit Prabhaate Dadhi-Poorn-paatre
Nik-shipya Mantham Yuvti Mukundam
Aalokya Gaanaa Vividham Karoti
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.19


One time, early in the morning, just as a girl had put aside her churn in a pot full of butter–she saw Mukund. She then began to sing songs in various ways, about Govind, Damodar, and Madhav.


Kreedaparam Bhojan-Majja-Naartham
Hitaishini Stri Tanujam Yashoda
Aajooh-vat prem-parip-lutaakshi
Govinda Damodara Madhaveti. 20


(Without having even bathed or eaten,) Krishna was absorbed in play. Overwhelmed with affection, mother Yashoda, who thought only of her son’s welfare, called out, “Govind, Damodar, Madhav! (Come, take your bath and eat something.)”


Sukham Shayaanam Nilye cha Vishnum
Devarshi-mukhyaa Munayah Prapannah
Tenachyute Tanmaytaam Vrajanti
Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 21


Devaṛshi Narad and other Munis are always surrendered to Lord Vishṇu, who rests upon His couch. They always chant the names of  “Govind” ,“Damodar” and “Madhav” and thus they attain spiritual forms similar to His. 21


Vihaaya Nidram Arunodaye cha
Vidhaaya Krityaani cha Vipra-mukhyah
Veda-vasaane Prapathanti Nityam
Govind Damodar Madhaveti .22


After giving up sleep at dawn, having completed their ritualistic duties, and at the end of their Vedic chanting, the best of the learned brahmanas always loudly chant, “Govind, Damodar, Madhav”. 22


Vrindavane Gop-ganas cha Gopyo
Vilokya Govind-viyog-khinnam
Radhaam jaguh Saashru-viloch-naabhyaam
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.23


In Vrindavan, seeing Shrimati Radharani overwhelmed with separation from Govinda, groups of gopas and gopis sang, with tears in their lotus eyes, “Govind! Damodar! O Madhav!” 23


Prabhaat-sanchaar-gata nu gaavas
tad-raksh-naartham tanayam Yashoda
Prabodh-yat paani-talen mandam
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.24


The cows having already gone out to graze early in the morning, mother Yashoda gently roused her sleeping son with the palm of her hand, softly saying, “Govind, Damodar, Madhava.” 24


Pravaal-Shobha iv deergh-kesha
Moole tarunam munyah pathanti
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.25


With long, matted hair the color of coral, and bodies purified by eating only leaves, water, and air, the sages sit beneath the trees and chant, “Govind,” “Damodar,” and “Madhava.” 25


Evam Bruvanaa Virhaturaa bhrisham
Vraj-striyah Krishn-vishikt-maansah
Visrijya lajjaam ruruduh sma su-svaram
Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 26


“After speaking these words, the ladies of Vraj, who were so attached to Krishna, felt extremely agitated by their imminent separation from Him. They forgot all worldly shame and loudly cried out, “O Govind! O Damodar! O Madhav!” 26


Gopi kadaachin mani-pinjar-stham
Shukam vacho vaach-yitum pravritta
Anand-kand Vraj-Chandra Krishn
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.27


Sometimes a Gopi is engaged in teaching a parrot within a jewelled cage to recite names like: “Aanand-kand” (source of bliss), “Vraj-chandra” (moon of Vraj), “Krishn” “Govind” “Damodar,” and “Madhav” 27


Go-vats-baalaih Shishu-kaak-paksham
Uvaach Maata Chibukam griheetva
Govind Damodar Madhaveti 28


The lotus-eyed Lord was tying the Shikha of a cowherd boy to the tail of a calf when His mother caught Him, lifted up His chin, and said, “Govind! Damodar! Madhava!” 28


Prabhaat-kaale var-vall-vaughaa
Go-raksh-naartham dhrit-vetra-dandah
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.29


In the early morning a group of His favorite cowherd boys arrived, stick-canes in hand, to take care of the cows. They addressed the unlimited, primeval Personality of Godhead, “Hey, Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” 29


Jalaashaye Kaaliya-mardanaaya
Yada Kadambaadapatan Murare
Gopaanganaash chakrushuretya Gop
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.30


When Lord Murari jumped from the Kadamb branch into the water to chastise the Kaliya serpent, all the Gopis and cowherd boys went there and cried out, “Oh! Govind! Damodar! Madhav!” 30


Akrooramasaadya yada mukundash-
chaapot-savaartham Mathuraam Pravishtah
Tada sa paurair jay-teetyabhashi
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.31


After Lord Mukunda had met with Akr00r and entered Mathura to attend theceremony of breaking the bow of Kansa, all the citizens then shouted, “Jai Govind! Jai Damodar! Jai Madhava!” 31


Kansasya dooten yadaiva neetau
Vrindavanaantaad Vasudev-soonau
Rurod Gopi bhavanasya madhye
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.32


When both sons of Vasudev had actually been taken out of Vrindavan by the messenger of Kans, Yashod sobbed within the house, wailing, “Govind, Damodar, Madhava!” 32


Sarovare Kaliya-Naag-baddham
Shishum Yashoda-tanayam Nishamya
Chakrur lutantyah pathi Gop-Baala
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.33


Hearing how the son of Yashoda, who was but a child, was wrapped within the coils of the Kaliya serpent at the pond, the cowherd boys cried “Govind! Damodar! Madhav!” and scurried down the path.33


Akroor-yaane yadu-vansh-naatham
Samgacchamaanam mathuram nireekshya
Uchur viyogaat kil Gop-baala
Govinda Damodara Madhaveti.34


Seeing the Lord of the Yadus proceeding towards Mathura upon Akroora’s chariot, the cowherd boys, upon realization of their impending separation, said, “O Govind! O Damodar! O Madhav! (Where are you going? Are You actually leaving us now?) 34


Chakrand Gopi Nalini-vanaante
krishnen heena kusume shayaana
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.35


At the edge of a lotus forest, a Gopi lay down upon the bed of flowers, deprived of Krishn. Tears flowed from her lotus eyes (as she wept,) “ Govind, Damodar, Madhav” 35


Maata-Pitrabhyam Parivaarya-maana
Geham Pravishta Vil-laap Gopi
Aagatya Maam Paalaya Vishvanaath
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.36


Being very restricted by her mother and father, the lamenting Gopi entered the house, thinking, “(Now that) I have arrived home, save me, O Lord of the universe! O Govind ! O Damodar !  O Madhav! ” 36


Vrindavana-stham Harim aashu budadhva
Gopi Gataa Kaapi Vanam Nishaayaam
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.37


Thinking that Krshn was in the forest, a Gopi fled into the forest in the middle of night. But seeing that Krshn wasn’t actually there, she became very fearful, and cried, “Govind, Damodar, Madhava!” 37


Sukham Shayaanaa Nilye Nije ‘pi
Naamani Vishnoh Pravadanti Martyah
te Nishchitam Tanmayataam Vrajanti
Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 38


Even the ordinary mortals comfortably seated at home who chant the names of Vishnu, “Govind, Damodar” and “Madhav,” certainly attain (at least) the liberation of having a form similar to that of the Lord. 38


Saa Neerajaaksheem-avalokya Raadham
Rurod Govind-viyog-khinnaam
Sakhi Praphullotpal-lochanaabhyaam
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.39


Seeing Shrimati Radharani crying from the pangs of separation from Govinda,the blooming lotus eyes of Radha’s girlfriend also filled with tears, and she too cried, “Govind, Damodar, Madhava.”39


Jihve Rasagye Madhur-Priya Tvam
Satyam Hitam Tvam Paramam Vadaami
Aavarnayetha Madhuraaksharani
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.40


O my tongue, you are fond of sweet things and are of discriminating taste; I tell you the highest truth, which is also the most beneficial. Please just recite these sweet syllables: “Govind” “Damodar” and “Madhava.” 40


Aatyantika-Vyaadhiharam Janaanaam
Chikitsakam Ved-Vido Vadanti
Govind Damodar Madhaveti . 41


The knowers of the Vedas say that this is the cure-all of the worst diseases of mankind, and that this is the seed of the destruction of the threefold miseries of material existence–”Govind, Damodar, Madhava!”41

वेदों के ज्ञाता कहते हैं कि यह मानव जाति की सभी भयानक बीमारियों का इलाज है और यह भौतिक अस्तित्व के त्रिगुणात्मक दुखों – “गोविंद, दामोदर, माधव!” के विनाश का बीज है!


Taatayagya gacchati Ramchandre
Salakshmane ‘ranyachaye Saseete
Chakrand Raamasya Nijaa Janitri
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.42


Upon Ramchandra’s going into the forest due to his father’s order, along with Lakshman and Sita, (and thus becoming) a forest-rover, His mother cried, “O Govind, Damodar, Madhava!”


Ekaakini Dandak-Kaan-naantaat
Saa Neeya-maana Dashkandharen
Sita Tadaakroshad ananya-naatha
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.43


Left there alone, Sita was carried out of the forest by the ten-headed Ravan. At that time, accepting no other Lord, Sita cried, “O Govind! Damodar! Madhav!” 43


Raamadviyukta Janakaatmaja Saa
Vichintyanti Hridi Ram-Roopam
Rurod Sita Raghunath Paahi
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.44


Separated from Ram, the daughter of King Janaka was completely anxious, and with the form of Ram within her heart, she cried, “O Raghunath! Protect me! O Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” 44


Praseed Vishno Raghu-Vansh-Nath
Surasuranaam Sukh-Dukh-Heto
Rurod Sita tu Samudra-Madhye
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.45


“O Lord Vishnu, be gracious! Lord of the Raghu clan, cause of the happiness and distress of gods and demons alike, O Govind, Damoadar, Madhav!” Thus Sita cried, (by the time she had been carried) over the middle of the ocean.


Antar-Jale Graah-Graheet-Paado
Tada Gajendro Nitraam Jagaad
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.46


Caught by his foot and pulled into the water, Gajendra, his friends all harassed and frightened away, then called out incessantly, “Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” 46


Hansdhvajah Shankhyuto Dadarsh
Putram Kataahe Praptantmenam
Punyaani Naamani harer japantaṁ
govinda dāmodara mādhaveti.47


Along with his priest Shankhyuta, King Hansadhvaja saw his son Sudhanva falling into a vat, but the boy was chanting the transcendental names of Hari, Govind, Damodar, and Madhav. 47


Durvaasaso Vaakyamupetya Krishn
Saa Chaabraveet Kaanan-Vasineesham
Antahpravishtam Mansaa Juhaav
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.48


Accepting Durvasa Muni’s request (that she feed his thousands of disciples, even though she hadn’t the means to do this) Draupadī mentally called out to the Lord within, the Lord of a forest dweller (like her), and she said, “Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” 48


Dhyeyah Sada Yogibhirprameyash
Chinta-harash chintita-paarijaatah
Govind Damodar Madhaveti . 49


He is always meditated upon by the yogis as being inscrutable. He is the remover of all anxieties, and is the desire-tree of all that is desireable. His bluish complexion is as attractive as Kasturika. Govind! Damodar! Madhav!49


Sansaare-koope patito ‘tyagaadhe
Mohaandh-poorne vishayaabhitapte
Karaavlambam mam dehi Vishno
Govind Damodar Madhaveti . 50


I am fallen into the deep, dark well of material life, which is full of illusion and blind ignorance, and I am tormented by sensual existence. O my Lord, Vishnu, Govind, Damodar, Madhav, please grant me Your supportinghand to uplift me. 50


Tvam ev yaache mam dehi jihve
Samaagate dand-dhare kritaante
Vaktavyam evam madhuram su-bhaktya
Govind Damodar Madhaveti .51


O my tongue, I ask only this of you, that at my meeting the bearer of the sceptre of chastisement (Yamaraj), you will utter this sweet phrase with great devotion: “Govind, Damodar, Madhav!”51


Bhajasv mantram bhav-bandh-muktyai
Jihve rasagye sulabham manogyam
Dvaipaayanaadyair munibhih prajaptam
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.52


O my tongue, O knower of rasa, for release from the hellish bondage of material existence, just worship the charming, easily obtainable mantra that is chanted by Ved Vyasa and other sages: “Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” 52


Gopal Vanshidhar roop-sindho
Lokesh Narayan Deen-bandho
Uchcha-svarais tvam vad sarv-daiv
govinda dāmodara mādhaveti . 53


You should always and everywhere just loudly chant, “Gopal, Vanshidhar, O ocean of beauty, Lord of the worlds, Narayan, O friend of the poor, “Govind, Damodar” and “Madhav”


Jihve sadaiv bhaj sundarani
Namaani krishnasya manoharani
Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 54


O my tongue, just always worship these beautiful, enchanting names of Kṛishn,”Govind, Damodar” and “Madhav” which destroy all the obstacles of the devotees. 54


Govind Govind Hare Murare
Govind Govind Mukund Krshn
Govind Govind Rathaang-paane
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.55


“O Govinda, Govinda, Hari, Murari! O Govinda, Govinda, Mukunda, Krishn! O Govinda, Govinda! O holder of the chariot wheel! O Govind! O Damodar! O Madhav!” 55


Sukhavasaane tvidmev saaram
Duhkhavasaane tvidmev geyam
Dehavasaane tvidmev jaapyam
Govind Damodar Madhaveti . 56


This indeed is the essence (found) upon ceasing the affairs of mundane happiness. And this too is to be sung after the cessation of all sufferings. This alone is to be chanted at the time of death of one’s material body–”Govinda, Damodar, Madhav!” 56


Durvaar-vaakyam parigrihya Krishna
Mrigeev bheeta tu katham kathancit
Sabhaam pravishtaa mansaa-juhaav
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.57


Somehow or other accepting the unavoidable command of Duhshasan, Draupadi, like a frightened doe, entered the assembly of princes and within her mind cried out to the Lord, “Govind, Damodar, Madhava!” 57


Shri Krishn Radhavar Gokulesh
Gopal Govardhan-Nath Vishno
Jihve Pibasva-mritamet dev
Govinda Damodar Madhaveti.58


O tongue, drink only this nectar (of the names), “Shri Krishn, dearmost of Shrimati Radharani, Lord of Gokul, Gopal, Lord of Govardhan, Vishnu, Govinda, Damodar,” and “Madhav” 58


Shrinath Vishveshvar Vishv-Moorte
Shri Devki-Nandan Daitya-Shatro
Jihve Pibasvamritmetdev
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.59


“Shrinath, Lord of the universe, form of the universe, beautiful son of Devaki, O enemy of the demons, Govinda, Damodar, Madhava!” O my tongue, just drink this nectar. 59


Gopipate kans-ripo Mukund
Lakshmipate Keshav Vasudev
Jihve Pibasvamritametadeva
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.60


“Lord of the Gopis, enemy of Kans, Mukund, husband of Lakshamidevi, Keshav, son of Vasudev, Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” O my tongue, just drink this nectar. 60


Gopi-Janaahlaad-kar Vrajesh
Jihve pibasvamritam etad eva
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.61


“O You who give bliss to the Gopis! Lord of Vraj, You who have entered the forest for herding the cows, O Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” O my tongue, just drink this nectar.61


Praanesh Vishvambhar Kaithbhaare
Vaikunth Narayan Chakra-paane
Jihve pibasvamritam etad eva
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.62


“O Lord of my life! Upholder of the universe, foe of Kaitabh, Vaikunth, Narayan, holder of the Sudarshan-chakra! Govind, Damodar, Madhava!” O my tongue, just drink this nectar.62


Hare Murare Madhusoodnaadya
Shri Ram Sitavar Ravanaare
Jihve pibasvamritam etad eva
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.63


“O Lord Hari, enemy of Mur, Madhusoodan, Shri Ram, dearmost of Sita, enemy of Ravan, Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” O tongue, now just drink this nectar. 63


Shri Yaadavendraadri-dharaambujaaksha
Jihve pibasvamritam etad eva
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.64


“O best of the Yadus, O bearer of Govardhana hill, O lotus-eyed expert in giving happiness to the cows, the gopas, and the gopīs, Govind, Damodaa, Madhava!” O tongue, please just drink this nectar. 64


Jihve pibasvamritam etad eva
Govind Damodar Madhavet.65


“O uplifter of the earth’s burdens in the guise of a cowherd boy, Lord of sportive pastimes in which Anant-Shesh has become Your brother! O Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” O my tongue, just drink this nectar. 65


Jihve pibasvamritam etad eva
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.66


“O enemy of Baki (P00tna), Bakasur, Aghasur, and Dhenuka, O Lord who expertly smashed Keshi and Trinaavart!” O tongue, just drink this nectar–”Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” 66


Shri Jaanki-jivan Ramchandra
Nishacharaare Bharataagrajesh
jihve pibasvamritam etad eva
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.67


“O Ramchandra, O life and soul of the beautiful daughter of Janak Maharaj, enemy of the night-roving demons, O elder brother of Bharat!” O my tongue, just drink this nectar–”Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” 67


Narayanaanant hare nrisimha
Prahlaad-Baadhahar he kripaalo
Jihve pibasvamritam etad eva
Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 68


“O Lord Narayan, Anant, Hari, Nrisimhadev, remover of the afflictions of Prahlaad, O merciful Lord! Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” O my tongue, simply drink this nectar. 68


Jihve pibasvamritam etad eva
Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 69


O Lord who assumed the man-like form of Rama, who by dint of Your prowess, turned all other kings into Your servants! “O Govind, Damodar, Madhav!” O tongue, just drink this nectar. 69


Shri Krishn Govind Hare Murare
He nath Narayan Vasudev
Jihve pibasvariṛtam etad eva
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.70


“ Shri Krishna! Govinda! Hari! Murari! O Lord, Narayana, Vasudeva!” O tongue, please drink only this nectar–”Govinda, Damodar, Madhava!” 70


Vaktum Samartho ‘pi na vakti kashchid
aho janaanaam vyasanaabhimukhyam
jihve pibasvamritam etad eva
Govind Damodar Madhaveti.71


Even though anyone is able to chant, still no one does. Alas! How determined people are for their own undoing! O tongue, just drink the nectar of these names–”Govind, Damodar, Madhava!” 72


Iti Shri Bilvamanglaachaarya-virchitam
Shri Govind-Damodar-stotram sampoornam


Thus the Shri Govinda Damodara Stotram composed by Shri Bilvamangalaachaarya is




गोविन्द दामोदर स्तोत्र हिंदी अर्थ सहित



Govind Damodar Madhaveti Stotra English Lyrics



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