Govinda Damodara Stotram

 Govinda Damodara Stotram

By Sage Bilvamangala
Translated by P. R. Ramachander

[This Stotra has been composed by Sage Bilvamangala, who is also known as Leela Sukha. His greatest work of course is Sri Krishna Karnamritha.  The Govinda-Damodhara Stotram is the ecstasic outpouring of pure unalloyed Bhakti of this great savant to Lord Krishna. He pictures all the devotees of Lord Krishna, sharing his ecstasy and so deeply drunk by these names, that they do not talk of anything else under all circumstances that they are in. One of the stanzas is from Bhagwatham and few resemble the verses of Mukunda mala. I am sure that before you complete reading this, you would also be intoxicated by the name of Lord Krishna.]

Agre kurunaam atha pandavanam,
Dushasane ahwatha vastra kesha,
Krishnaa tad akroshad ananya natha,
Govinda, damodara Madavethi. 1

When in front of Kurus and Pandavas,
Dushasana dragged her by….


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