Raghunatha Dasa Goswami has written this song “Vrsabha Danuja Nasan Narma”. The official name of this song is Radha Kundastakam. This song is taken from the book Stavavali. In this song, Raghunatha Dasa Goswami glorifies Radha Kunda and prays that it shall be his eternal shelter.

 

(1)

vrsabha-danuja-nasan narma-dharmokti-rangair

nikhila-nija-sakhibhir yat sva-hastena purnam

prakatitam api vrndaranya-rajsa pramodais

tad ati-surabhi radha-kundam evasrayo me

 

(2)

vraja-bhuvi mura-satroh preyasinam nikamair

asulabham api turnam prema-kalpa-drumam tam

janayati hrdi bhumau snatur uccair priyam yat

tad ati-surabhi radha-kundam evasrayo me

 

(3)

agha-ripur api yatnad atra devyah prasada-

prasara-krta-kataksa-prapti-kamah prakamam

anusarati yad ucaaih snana-sevanubandhais

tad ati-surabhi radha-kundam evasrayo me

 

(4)

vraja-bhuvana-sudhamsoh prema-bhumir nikamam

vraja-madhura-kisori-mauli-ratna-priyeva

paricitam api namna ya ca tenaiva tasyas

tad ati-surabhi radha-kundam evasrayo me

 

(5)

api jana iha kascid yasya seva-prasadaih

pranaya-sura-lata syat tasya gosthendra-sunoh

sapadi kila mad-isa-dasya-puspa-prasasya

tad ati-surabhi radha-kundam evasrayo me

 

(6)

tata-madhura-nikusjah klpta-namana uccair

nija-parijana-vargaih samvibhajyasritas taih

madhukara-ruta-ramya yasya rajanti kamyas

tad ati-surabhi radha-kundam evasrayo me

 

(7)

tata-bhuvi vara-vedyam yasya narmati-hrdyam

madhura-madhura-vartam gostha-candrasya bhangya

prathayati mitha isa prana-sakhyalibhih sa

tad ati-surabhi radha-kundam evasrayo me

 

(8)

anudinam ati-rangaih prema-mattali-sanghair

vara-sarasija-gandhair hari-vari-prapurne

viharata iha yasmin dam-pati tau pramattau

tad ati-surabhi radha-kundam evasrayo me

 

(9)

avikalam ati devyas caru kundastakam yah

paripathati tadiyollasi-dasyarpitatma

aciram iha sarire darsayaty eva tasmai

madhu-ripur ati-modaih slisyamanam priyam tam

 

 

(1) May very fragrant Radha’-kunda, which, prodded by the gopis’ many joking words after Vrsabhasura’s death, the king of Vrndavana forest happily built and filled with His own hand, be my shelter.

 

(2) May very dear and fragrant Radha-kunda, which, for one who bathes in it immediately creates in the land of the heart a desire tree of pure love rare even among the gopibeloveds of Lord Krsna in Vraja, be my shelter.

 

(3) May very dear and fragrant Radha-kunda, where, yearning to attain the merciful sidelong glance of His queen, Lord Krsna diligently follows Her bathing attendants, be my shelter.

 

(4) May very fragrant Radha’-kunda, which is named after a girl who is a realm of love for He who is the moon of Vraja, a girl who is like the most precious jewel in the crown of the sweet girls of Vraja, be my shelter.

 

(5) The mercy obtained by serving Radha’-kunda makes the celestial vine of pure love for the prince of Vraja, which is famous for bearing the flowers of service to my queen, sprout. May that very fragrant Radha’-kunda be my shelter.

 

(6) May very fragrant Radha-kunda, on the shores of which are many splendid and charming forest groves filled with the sweet sounds of bumblebees and each named after one of Sri Radha’s friends, be my shelter.

 

(7) May very fragrant Radha-kunda, on the shore of which, in a pleasant courtyard Queen Radha and Her friends sweetly joke with Lord Krsna, the moon of Vraja, be my shelter.

 

(8) May very fragrant Radha-kunda, where the passionate divine couple daily plays with Their passionate friends in the charming lotus-scented water, be my shelter.

 

(9) To one who is completely dedicated to Queen Radha’s service and who happily reads these eight beautiful verses describing Her lake, even in this present body Lord Krsna shows His beloved as he happily embraces Her.