domingo, 11 de setembro de 2011

Arunodaya Kirtana



Arati

by Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura

Jahnavi- tata- vane jaga jana- mana- lobha
jahnavi- tata- vane jaga jana- mana- lobha
kiba jaya jaya goracander aratiko sobha
kiba jaya jaya goracander aratiko sobha
jahnavi- tata- vane jaga jana- mana- lobha
jahnavi- tata- vane jaga jana- mana- lobha
kiba vasi ache goracanda ratna- simhasane
kiba vasi ache goracanda ratna- simhasane
arati karena brahma- adi deva- gane
arati karena brahma- adi deva- gane
dakhine nitaicanda bame gadadhara
dakhine nitaicanda bame gadadhara
nikate advaita prabhu srivasa chatradhara
nikate advaita prabhu srivasa chatradhara
kiba sankha baje ghanta baje baje karatala
kiba sankha baje ghanta baje baje karatala
madhura mrdanga baje sunite rasala
madhura mrdanga baje sunite rasala

kiba jaya jaya goranchander aratiko sobha
kiba jaya jaya goranchander aratiko sobha
aratiko sobha
aratiko sobha

Arati (translation)
All glories, all glories to the beautiful arati ceremony of Lord Caitanya
in a grove on the banks of the Jahnavi (Ganges).
It is captivating the minds of all the living entities in the universe.
(repeat)
How beautiful is Gauranga, seated on the jeweled throne.
The demigods headed by Lord Brahma offer Him arati.
How beautiful are Nityananda Prabhu on His right
and Sri Gadadhara on His left,
while nearby are Advaita Prabhu and Sri Srivasa,
who holds the umbrella over Gaurangaâs head.
How beautiful are the sounds of the conch shells, the ringing bells,
and the sound of the kartals.
All these sounds, along with that of the sweet mridanga,
are supremely sweet and relishable to hear.
Refrain
Lord Gaurangaâs beautiful arati is captivating
everyone in the universe.

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