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Gopala Vimsathi

It is common for ordinary human beings to close their eyes, when they face serious danger, out of a sense of utter helplessness. Victory to Him who cures, The passion of Gopi maidens, Goala prettily dressing himself, With gopqla from coconut sheaf in the ear, With peacock feathers and the flower, Of red hibiscus tied to his pretty tresses, And the garland made of the black red Seeds of Gunja [3] tree decorating his chest.

He has left her His chest region as Her place of special residence and enjoyment. The Gopis beat taaLam to the music of their Lord with their cool hands decorated with golden bangles. May this enchanting youth Gopala protect me always!

Gopala Vimsathi – Hindupedia, the Hindu Encyclopedia

Hence, he decorates himself with the ornaments appropriate to the dwellers of the forests i. Gopalan desirous of performing water sports with the Gopis tucked tightly his garments. He has on His lotus lips the conch known as Panchajanyam, whose sound is that of the holy praNavam symbolizing the essence of the Vedas.

Verse 6 vraja yoshidapAnga vedhanIyam. As he was enjoying himself, his mother arrived suddenly suspecting something was going on behind her back. I offer my worship to that blessed child, who freed the sons of Kubera from their existence as twin trees. Our senses are overpowered. Verse 15 mahase mahitAya maulinA vinatenanAnjalimanjanatvise kalayAmi vimugdha vallavI valayAbhAsita manju venave I join my hands in Anjali Mudra and lower my head in salutation of that much revered effulgent, dark-hued Jyothi of Gopala, whose divine flute music joins in conversation as it were with the taaLam of Gopis whose golden bangles that jingle as they keep up with the rhythmic patterns.

He who reads this poem written, By the poet Venkatesa [5] with no one, Else appearing in his mind, Would go near the God who likes, The holy flute, who is the God, Who is the darling of all gopis. He strikes a pose with his tender right hand holding the shepherd’s bent stick; his left hand rests on the shoulder of the beautiful Nappinnai; that touch of Gopalan sends shivers of joy over Nappinnai’s body.


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I salute with folded hands, Him who is black in colour, And who plays his pretty flute, In the midst of those gopis, Who are intelligent and experts. I salute this illustrious jyoti. I see that divine gentleman, Whose breath wafted the fragrance of the VedasWhose pretty lips quivered, When he cried and laughed, With his form of a cow herd baby, And smiled in between the bouts of cry, At the approach of the deceitful gooala [2]And drank her life force and blessed her.

When his mother stepped out of the kitchen for a moment, he put his hands into the pot and helped himself.

He shines with his dark blue hue, reminiscent of the clouds in the rainy season and wins over the Gopis with his formidable beauty. Let that form with the several ornaments, Appear before my mind, In which he folds one leg and, Holds the other leg straight, In which he produced musical sounds, And dancing steps in line with, The sound of churning of curds, Produced by his mother, For getting freshly made butter.

Log in Request account. Venugopalan plays on his gimsathi and creates delightful music and casts his most merciful glances on the Gopis.

His mother normally stored freshly churned butter in shallow earthern vessels chattis. Verse 14 hRdI mugdhasikanda mandana: Swami Desikan paints a word picture of the incomparable beauty of Sri Gopalan.

With these and more AbharaNAs made of forest products, Gopala enchants the hearts of the adoring Gopis. May that Lord who is the Lord of the gopis, Who swept his sweet heart gopi in to a tight embrace, Along with his wet cloths made wet, During the love play inside the water, Who gave a loving glance to the gopi who, Was keeping her eyes partially closed, Who held in his hand a water gun, And who is the savior of his devotees, Save me from the ills of domestic life.

Verse 7 parivattita kandharam bhayena smita phulladhara pallavam. He enchanted the gopis of Brindavanam. I salute Him who is like a Sun. Right from his infancy, when he was breast fed by his natural mother Devaki in the prison, he has been the essence of beauty in all the three glpala. He has the eternal and youthful beauty that qualifies Him to play with Her.


I salute vimsatni embodiment of mercy known as Venugopalan.

May our thoughts be blessed with the delectable gopxla of Swami Desikan! May that Gopala engaged in water sports with the Gopis as their lover protect us, since he is the medicine for his devotees suffering from the afflictions of Samsaara.

Lord Gopalan, showing great affection for the Gopis, stands before them in resplendent attire. Gopalan defeated his mother in her efforts to save the butter and won the game. May He, whose form maddened with mercy, Appear and remain in my mind Who has an ever youthful pretty form, Which does not allow our eyes to close for a second, And who has pretty hair decorated by peacock feather.

I am hopala to have the vision of this beautiful youth everywhere and at all times. Victory to the emperor of the GopxlaWho looks at Saraswathi sitting on his lap, Who keeps his conch Pancha Janya close to his lips, Who sits in the middle of a triangle placed, In the middle of the holy lotus. Those who read and recite this eulogy will have the blessings of the darSanam of the God of incomparable beauty, Venugopalan who was the keen object of desire of youthful gopIs.

Verse 1 vande bRndAvanacaram vallavI vimszthi jayantisambhavam dhAma vaijayantI vibhUshaNam I salute that divine effulgence named Gopala, who was born on this Sri Jayanthi day and vimsathii in the forests of Brindavanam wearing the unfading garland, known as Vaijayanti, made of wild flowers of the forest.

As he plays the flute on the banks of the Yamuna river during the moon-lit nights, the lovelorn Gopis engage in rAsa krIDa with him. Their follow-up with taaLam suggests as though they are teaching the abhinayam step known as LaLitham to the flute of the Lord. Sri Gopala Vimsati must have been very dear to Swami Desikan as indicated by his inclusion of the twelfth verse of this stotram in his esoteric masterpiece Sankalpa Suryodayam.